Australian singer; born in Melbourne 1876. Both of her parents were singers, and she herself sang in public when only thirteen years of age. After completing her musical education in Europe, under Mdlle. de Garette, and Madame Richard of the Grand Opera, Paris, she sang for three consecutive years at the opera-houses of Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Later she appeared at the Théâtre de la Monnaie, Brussels, and in 1900 sang in "Rigoletto" at the opera, Covent Garden, London.
- Harris, Jewish Year Book, 1901-2.