Vogl, Therese

1846-

 

Wife of Heinrich Vogl; born at Tutzing, Bavaria. She is a dramatic soprano and studied at the Munich Conservatory under Hauser and Herger. Her first appearance was made at Carlsruhe in 1865. The next year she sang in Munich as Casilda in Auber's Part du Diable, thereafter being permanently engaged. She was the original Sieglinde at Munich. Her first appearance in England was in 1882, when she sang the role of Brünnhilde at Her Majesty's Theatre. She was a remarkable Wagner singer, her interpretation of Isolde being her greatest role.