Synonyms for mazura or Related words with mazura

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Examples of "mazura"
Josef Mazura (born 23 April 1956) is a retired Czech football player and currently manager. He played for Czechoslovakia.
Kouřil became the manager of FK Drnovice during the 2005–06 Czech 2. Liga, replacing Josef Mazura.
As active player, Mazura spent most of his career with Zbrojovka Brno. However, at the end of career he also played for St. Pölten, Hasselt, and Stockerau.
Mazura appears on two Grammy Award winning recordings: as Dr. Schön in "Lulu", conducted by Pierre Boulez (Best Opera Recording 1980) and as Moses in "Moses und Aron", conducted by Sir Georg Solti (Best Opera Recording 1985).
Schirmer was awarded the title Kammersängerin in Mannheim on 7 July 1981, together with Michael Davidson and Franz Mazura. She has been a voice teacher at the Musikhochschule Hannover. Among her students was Daniel Eggert.
Mazura studied with Professor Frederick Husler} at the Academy of Music in Detmold, and worked during his studies as an actor at the National Theater in Detmold. Mazura debuted in 1949 in Kassel, thereafter singing in Mainz, Brunswick, and Mannheim (where he was a member from 1964–1987). In 1960 he performed at the Salzburg Festspiele, in 1961 at the Berlin Opera, in 1971 at Bayreuth, and in 1973 at the Hamburg State Opera; he has also performed at the Vienna State Opera, the Paris Opera, and the Metropolitan Opera.
Franz Mazura (born 22 April 1924 in Salzburg) is an Austrian bass-baritone opera singer and actor. He was made a Kammersänger in 1980 and an Honorary Member of the National Theater of Mannheim in 1990. He most often plays villains and strange characters.
He became the coach of 1. FC Slovácko, replacing Josef Mazura on 18 April 2010. After losing the opening three games of the 2012–13 Gambrinus liga, Soukup was relieved of his duties. Soukup was not out of football for long, as he took over at Gambrinus liga side SK Dynamo České Budějovice in September 2012 following the dismissal of František Cipro. He didn't last long as he was sacked in the winter break of the 2012–13 season after a 6–1 friendly match loss to Mladá Boleslav in February 2013. On 13 May 2014 he was confirmed as the head coach of Yemen national football team. On 27 July 2016, Soukup was appointed as the new manager of the Bahrain national football team.
Minář led Zlín in the 2008–09 Gambrinus liga as caretaker manager between the dismissal of previous boss Josef Mazura in the 7th round and the appointment of Stanislav Levý in the 12th round of matches. When Levy was sacked after the team took just one point from five matches, Minář was appointed to take charge of the team for the rest of the season. The club were relegated from the league at the end of the season, and the following season the club failed to win promotion back to the top division, ultimately finishing third in the 2009–10 Czech 2. Liga. Subsequently Minář left his position at the end of the season.