Kjerstin Dellert

Opera singer

1925 –

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Who is Kjerstin Dellert?

Kjerstin Dellert is a Swedish opera singer

Born in Stockholm, Dellert made her debut at Stora teatern in Gothenburg in the 1950s. From the mid-50s to the 1970s she worked primarily at the Royal Swedish Opera in Stockholm in a raging variety of opera roles, including Floria in Puccini's Tosca and Harry Martinson/Erik Lindegren/Karl-Birger Blomdahl's opera Aniara in 1959. She participated in Melodifestivalen 1972 with "Kärlek behöver inga ord", finishing fourth.

Kjerstin Dellert is the Director of the Ulriksdal Palace Theatre; Confidencen. Since the mid-1990s she has been retired from the stage, but recently made an extremely critically acclaimed and appreciated appearance, for a brief run in the autumn of 2005, as Maria Callas in the play Master Class by Terrence McNally at Confidencen.

Her son is Thomas Dellert is a multimedia artist. Painter, actor, singer songwriter, poet, film maker, director, photographer, theater costume and set designer.

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Born
Nov 4, 1925
Stockholm
Also known as
  • Kjerstin Häggbom Dellert
  • Kerstin Dellert
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  • Sweden
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on July 23, 2013

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