Emma Aline Osgood

Emma Aline Osgood Brief Biography

Emma Aline Osgood (1849-1911) was an American soprano remembered for her performances in oratorio.

Osgood was born in Boston in 1849. Early in life, she married Dr. Osgood, a physician of Boston. Her first appearance in public was made in Boston, when she was so successful that she was engaged for two years to sing in Canada and the United States. In 1875, she went to England to study oratorio, and made her debut at The Crystal Palace in the same year, but did not appear again till 1876, when she accompanied Charles Hall on a provincial tour, and gained her reputation as a vocalist. In this year, she also won praise as the soprano in Liszt's new oratorio "Saint Elizabeth," and at the Crystal Palace, sang frequently selections from Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde," and Gounod's classical compositions. In March. 1878, Osgood visited the US, and appeared with acceptance at Theodore Thomas's concerts in New York City, at Cincinnati, and in Canada. She returned to England in the autumn of 1878, sang at the Shakespeare memorial festival at Stratford-upon-Avon in June 1879, and at Christmas, in Liverpool in Sir Arthur Sullivan's " Light of the World." In 1880, she appeared at the state concert at Buckingham Palace, and in August of that year, she revisited the US and made a successful tour. Since 1875 she resided principally in England.

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