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Elisa Zamacois

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Elisa Zamacois
Vallejo-Retrato de Elisa Zamacois.jpg
Elisa Zamacois portrait c. 1850
Born
Elisa Pedra Zamacois y Zabala

(1838-04-29)29 April 1838
DiedNovember 1915 (aged 77)
OccupationSinger and actress

Elisa Pedra Zamacois y Zabala (29 April 1838 in Bilbao – November 1915 in Buenos Aires) was a Spanish singer and actress. She was half-sister of the writer Niceto de Zamacois, and sister of the painter Eduardo Zamacois y Zabala, and the actor Ricardo Zamacois, and also was aunt of the writers Miguel Zamacoïs and Eduardo Zamacois, and the music composer Joaquín Zamacois.

Biography

Elisa Pedra Zamacois y Zabala was born on 29 April 1838 in Bilbao, daughter of Miguel Antonio de Zamacois y Berreteaga, and his second wife, Ruperta María del Pilar de Zabala y Arauco.

Her family moved to Madrid,[1] where worked at Teatro de la Zarzuela.[2][3] She played Galatea in the homonym play along Modesto Landa (Pygmalion), Vicente Caltañazor (Midas) and Emilio Carratalá (Ganymede).[4]

Between 1859 and 1884 she wrote Cartas de Elisa de Zamacois a Francisco A. Barbieri.[5] She was the sister of the actor Ricardo.[6]

References

  1. ^ de Cárlos, D. Abelardo (25 January 1871). "Ilustración Española y Americana". La Ilustración Española y Americana. 15 (1): 56.
  2. ^ Vallejo y Galeazo, José. "Retrato de Elisa Zamacois". Biblioteca Nacional de España (in Spanish). Retrieved 25 June 2019.
  3. ^ Martínez Olmedilla, Augusto (20 April 1924). "Blanco y Negro". ABC (in Spanish). Vocento. p. 47. Retrieved 25 June 2019.
  4. ^ "Galatea, zarzuela en dos actos, en verso, arreglada a la escena española por don Francisco Camprodon y don Emilio Álvarez, música de maestro Víctor Massé. Representada por primera vez en el teatro de la Zarzuela el 7 de febrero de 1868". Teatro Español. 37. 1839.
  5. ^ "Zamacois, Elisa (ca. 1840–1915)". Biblioteca Nacional de España (in Spanish). Retrieved 25 June 2019.
  6. ^ "Blanco y negro". Blanco y Negro. 38. 1928.
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