Opera Singer Manuel García decimal birthdays

Manuel García

Manuel García birthday 17 March 1805 17 March 1805
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Manuel García, Opera Singer, Spain

Before glory

He was a baritone singer who abandoned singing to pursue a teaching career at the Paris Conservatory in 1830.

About Manuel García

Spanish baritone singer and teacher best known for inventing the first-ever laryngoscope in 1854.

Family Life

He had sisters named Maria and Pauline.

Friends and colleagues

He had many famous pupils, including singer Jenny Lind.

Fast facts

He lived until the age of 101.

 
Date Your age
5 February 2023 1,910,000 hours
5 February 2023 114,600,000 minutes
22 February 2023 79,600 days
17 March 2023 218 years
19 March 2023 1,911,000 hours
23 March 2023 6,880,000,000 seconds
15 April 2023 114,700,000 minutes
29 April 2023 1,912,000 hours
2 June 2023 79,700 days
10 June 2023 1,913,000 hours
24 June 2023 114,800,000 minutes
17 July 2023 2,620 months
17 July 2023 6,890,000,000 seconds
22 July 2023 1,914,000 hours
1 September 2023 1,915,000 hours
1 September 2023 114,900,000 minutes
10 September 2023 79,800 days
10 September 2023 11,400 weeks
13 October 2023 1,916,000 hours
10 November 2023 115,000,000 minutes
10 November 2023 6,900,000,000 seconds
24 November 2023 1,917,000 hours
19 December 2023 79,900 days
4 January 2024 1,918,000 hours
18 January 2024 115,100,000 minutes

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