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Boris Christoff

Famous twentieth-century operatic bass. An achieved performer from the functions of Verdi, he sang such tasks as Zaccaria (in Nabucco), Philip II (in Don Carlo), and Attila (in Attila). He researched law and worked well like a magistrate while performing in the Gusla Chorus. He produced his American debut in 1956 in the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Opera. He was created and elevated in Plovdiv. He documented compositions compiled by Piotr Tchaikovsky.

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