Eggerth and Kiepura come to rest in Vienna

The estate of Marta Eggerth and Jan Kiepura has been placed  in the Center of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

The singer couple were forced to flee the city in March 1938, finding refuge in the USA.

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  • A grey Sunday morning in Paris, this was so unexpected and I am so grateful for it. As I am for Slipped Disc. Thank you, Mr. Lebrecht.

  • It’s a fitting end of the story — history coming full circle. is the perfect place for these artifacts to find their home.

  • She is singing in German, but this is pure Vienna.
    Edward Rothberg has said it well: “…this was so unexpected and I am so grateful for it, as I am for Slipped Disk. Thank you, Mr. Lebrecht.” Thank you.

  • I had the great pleasure of attending Marta Eggerth’s concert at the Neue Gallery in NY, when the great lady was 98-years-young ! I even got to meet her afterwards. It was a uniquely memorable occasion !

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