Maria Andor

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Born (1890-03-08) March 8, 1890 (age 133)
DiedDecember 1968
  • Opera Singer
  • Singing Teacher

Maria Andor (March 8 1890 – December 1968, born Maria Anna Johanna Ludovika Monheit)[1], opera singer and singing teacher and his wife Ludovika Schüller. As a dramatic stage actress she worked under the name Maria Andor.[2] In 1911 she married opera singer, divorcing in September 1916.[3] She later married, 1880-1948, Swiss theater intendant.[4]. She published "Eugen Keller. Theater als Berufung und Verpflichtung" in Bern 1962. She died around 12 December 1968.[5]


  1. "Hungary, Catholic Church Records 1636-1895". Retrieved 26 Sep 2023.
  2. "Maria Andor". Magyar Electronikus Konyvtar.
  3. "Hungary Civil Registration, 1895-1980". Retrieved 23 Sep 2023.
  4. "Maria Andor". Bibliotheksservice-Zentrum Baden-Württemberg. Retrieved 23 Sep 2023.
  5. "Zum Tode von Maria Keller-Andor". Der Bund. 12 December 1968. Retrieved 26 Sep 2023.

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