Is the site official?
Contributors, credits, copyright
About the designer/maintainer
Edita Gruberova is an opera singer. By voice type she is a soprano. She is called by critics and fans as "The Queen of Coloratura", "The Queen of Belcanto", "L'Unica" and "La Santa di Bratislava". If you would like to hear her sing, you can listen to sound samples on the home page of Nightingale Classics. If you would like to know more about her, please explore these pages. You can read biographies and interviews in the Literature section.
The main objectives of this fan page are providing up-to-date info about Ms. Gruberova, paying tribute to her art, and facilitating contact and cooperation between her fans.
Yes and no. The site is official in the sense that it has been created with the consent of Ms. Gruberova. However, neither she, nor her agent, record company, nor any other party officially associated with her is responsible for the contents. In that sense, the contents are not official. Every reasonable effort has been made to achieve accuracy of the info presented here, and to keep it up-to-date. However, accuracy is not absolutely guaranteed, and no responsibility is assumed for the information and/or the services on pages linked with external links.
List of contributors (in alphabetical order):
Further contributions are welcome.
Cover photo by courtesy of Nightingale Classics (photographer: Susie Knoll).
For the material published on this site, the name of authors / creators / copyright holders have been listed (when known). The maintainer respects copyright and strives to obtain permission of the copyright holders before publishing any material. If you find that your copyright has accidentally been violated on these pages, please contact the maintainer who will correct the error.
Unless otherwise indicated, the design, text, graphics and source code of these pages are in the copyright of the maintainer. Except for short quotes within the limits of fair use, the re-publishing of any material found on this site, for any other than non-profit use, is prohibited without the written permission of the copyright holder.
The predecessor (first version) of the Fan Page came online on February 1, 1996 (on another website), and the page has been in continuous operation since. After re-design, it was moved to this website in October 2001. The predecessor of the page has received the "Klassik Online Award" from the Klassik Online magazine.
|Last updated: 7-Feb-2017|