Beno Blachut

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About Beno Blachut

Tenor Beno Blachut one of the leading Czech opera singers 20th century. The National Theatre in Prague, he was engaged in 1941. Created a large number of opera characters. Excellent diction, culture creating tones, perfect phrasing, deep sentimentality – all this was the basis that Beno Blachut is one of the highlights of the Czech opera singing postwar era. The Czech repertoire excellently portrayed as these characters: Luke, Prince, Dalibor, Ctirad, Kozina, Mánek, Laca, Boris, Gregor, Filka Morozov. From the world repertoire, it should be noted as follows: Don José, Belmonte, Stolzing, Radames, Otello, Faust, Florestan. Beno Blachut also has a large number of radio and gramophone recordings. He played and sang in TV productions (Herman, Luke, Otello ff.). He also sang abroad (State Opera in Vienna, Germany, Italy, France, Poland). – Translated by Automatic service

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