She enjoyed a thorough vocal training in Bologna by Giovanni Tadolini, her future husband (* 1793 Bologna, † 1872 there ). In 1829 she made her debut in Parma, then followed by appearances in Milan, Venice, Trieste, and finally at the Italian Opera in Paris. After the divorce from her husband (1834 ) she returned to Italy, where she was celebrated at all the first stages until 1850. Saverio Mercadante ( " oath " ) and Gaetano Donizetti ( " Lucia di Lammermoor ," " Don Pasquale ," " Daughter of the Regiment ", " Linda di Chamounix " ) have specifically written operas for them. In Vienna, they celebrated the greatest triumphs.
- Meyers Encyclopedia, 5th Edition, 1896
- Opera singer
- Born in 1809
- Died in 1851