Caroline Unger

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Caroline Unger (October 28, 1803 in Vienna - March 23, 1877 in Florence) was an Austrian singer.

She studied in italy music. Her first scene was in her hometown in 1821. She plays a role in Cosi fan tutte written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. 3 years later she was singing in the symphony No. 9 of Ludwig van Beethoven.

In 1841, she married François Sabatie. She then stopped performing.