The soprano, Nadia Svilarova, was born in 1900. After her debut as Aida she had an important career in the years after 1920 singing the roles of the dramatic soprano in Italy. In 1924, she appeared in Verona singing Marguerite in the Damnation di Faust by Berlioz, in 1928 the role of Leonore in Trovatore with Jose Palet in Genoa. Appearing at the Teatro Donizetti in Bergamo, she sang Marina in Boris Godunov in 1928, repeating that role at La Scala in 1929 with great success.
Her career did not last long as she seemed to have retired from the stage in the 1930s. Major roles in her career included Aida, Tosca and Marina. She was the sister-in-law of the famous Italian singer, Salvatore Baccaloni (1900-1969).
Recordings: Columbia (Electric), Arias and duets with Carmelo Alabiso and Gino Vanelli.