- Profession: Intendant (in Bremen and 01-08-1885 at the Prague Königlich Deutsches Landestheater in Prague), conductor, baritone.
- Residences: Vienna, Leipzig, Bremen, Prague, Venice.
- Relation to Mahler: Intendant Königlich Deutsches Landestheater (Royal German Theatre). He hired Gustav Mahler in Prague starting 01-08-1885.
- Correspondence with Mahler:
- Born: 18-08-1838 Stamfen (Stupava), Slovakia.
- Died: 20-12-1910 Prague, Czech Republic.
- Buried: 00-00-0000 Protestant cemetery, Vinohradska Street, Prague, Czech Republic. (Evangelickém h?bitov? ve Strašnicích, Vinohradská 1505/161, Praha 10, former cemetery that was used mainly by German Protestants in Prague from 1795 to the end of the Second World War.
German Bariton and intendant. He studied as a baritone with Therese Stilke-Sessi, made his début in 1859 and appeared in Kraków, Pressburg (now Bratislava), Prague, Ödenburg (now Sopron) and Danzig (now Gdansk). From 1862 to 1876 he sang at the Vienna Hofoper, where he witnessed Wagner’s own 1875 productions of Tannhäuser and Lohengrin. Opera director in Leipzig. Wagner. Director of Orchestra of the Königlich Deutsches Landestheater, 1885.
Neumann went upon the stage in 1859, as a baritone, appearing at Cologne, Cracow, Oedenburg, Presburg, and Danzig. From 1862 to 1876 he was a member of the Vienna court opera. In the latter year he went to Leipsic as operatic director, and in 1882 organized a traveling Wagnerian opera company. Three years later he settled at Prague as the director of the Deutsche Landestheater. Neumann’s principal service to the Austro-German stage was the production for the first time in its entirety of Wagner’s “Der Ring der Nibelungen,” which took place, in spite of seemingly insurmountable difficulties, at the Stadttheater, Leipsig, April 28, 1878. Another theatrical feat to the credit of Neumann was the initial production in Berlin of “Cavalleria Rusticana.”
Book: Personal recollections of Wagner by Angelo Neumann (Leipzig, 1907)