Celia (Stöckel) Bizony migrated from Germany to United Kingdom.
Caecillie Stöckel (later called 'Celia Bizony' but also known or referred to as 'Cilly Stoeckel,' 'Johanna Caecilie Stöckel,' 'Cilly (or Caecilie) Zukmann' or 'Cilly Zukmann) was born in Berlin on 4 March 1899, the daughter of Moses Stöckel and Gertrud Stöckel (née Landsberg).
She studied piano, voice, and concert ensemble from 1904–16/17 under Edwin Fischer, Papendick, Schönberger, Prevosti, and Wüllner at Lyceum, Sternsches Conservatory in Berlin before continuing her studies at the New Vienna Conservatory as part of Vienna University.
Anon .: Obituary. Celia Bizony, in: The Musical Times, Vol. CCXXVIII, No. 1835, Sept. 1987, p. 511.
Anon .: Supplement to the 1987 Obituary Index. Bizony, Celia, in: Notes, Vol. 45, No. 4, June 1989, p. 728.
Ludwig Misch: reports and reports. Two singers, in: Gemeindeblatt der Jüdischen Gemeinde zu Berlin, vol. 26, no. 13, March 29, 1936, p. 6.
Nazi Publications on Celia
Judaism and Music - with an ABC of Jewish and non-Aryan music seekers, Hans Brückner, Christa Maria Rock (ed.), 3rd ed., Munich: Brückner, 1938 (1st ed. 1935, 2nd ed. 1936, anti-Semitic publication).
Lexicon of Jews in Music. With a title list of Jewish works. Compiled on behalf of the Reichsleitung of the NSDAP on the basis of official, party-officially examined documents, Theo Stengel, Herbert Gerigk (arrears) (= publications of the institute of the NSDAP to the investigation of the Jewish question, vol. 2), Berlin: Bernhard Hahnefeld, 1941 (1. Ed. 1940, anti-Semitic publication).
Academic Literature about Celia
Closed presentation. The Jewish Cultural Association in Germany 1933-1941, Academy of Arts (ed.) (= Series German past, Vol. 60), Berlin: Edition Hentrich, 1992.
Hugh Barty-King: Guild Hall School of Music and Drama. A hundred years' performance, London: Stainer & Bell, 1980.
International Who's Who in Music and Musicians' Directory, Adrian Gaster (ed.), 8th ed., Cambridge: Melrose Press, 1977.
Helmut Kallmann, Gilles Potvin, Kenneth Winters (ed.), Toronto, Buffalo, London: University of Toronto Press, 1981 (2nd ed.
Who's Who in Music and Musicians' International Directory, Peter Townsend (ed.), 5th ed., London: Burke's Peerage Limited, 1969.