Augustus Braham

Picture of Augustus Braham with Fanny Huddart in Il Trovatore
with Fanny Huddart in Il trovatore
One of the singing sons of incomparably more famous John Braham, he sang in the 1850s and 1860s in England, Scotland, Ireland and the USA. For instance, he was Pollione at the Eastern Opera House (the later Pavilion Theatre) in London-Whitechapel in 1860. His most important role was Manrico.

Reference 1: Kutsch & Riemens; reference 2; reference 3: New York Times, 18 November 1852

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