Kochetov Zoya Razumnikovna( famous opera singer)
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Biography Kochetov Zoya Razumnikovna
(1857 - 1892), daughter of the Aleksandrov-Kochetova. Studied singing at the Moscow Conservatory under the leadership of its matter. At the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow enjoyed huge success, thanks to his outstanding vocal range (high-dramatic soprano). In 1884, Mr.. Kochetov due to lung disease moved to Italy, sang on stage in Milan, Venice, etc.. Her best roles were: Gilda (Rigoletto), Marguerite (Faust), Antonida ( "Life for the Tsar), Ludmilla (Ruslan and Lyudmila).