He was born Pavao Marion Vlahović.
Marion studied at the conservatory in Zagreb.
He made his debut in 1913 in Novi Sad.
He continued his studies in Vienna.
Starting in 1918, he made guest appearances worldwide:
1927-28 and 1934 Wiener Staatsoper: He made his debut as Calaf on February 27, 1912, and his last performance was as Calaf on
May 15, 1934. He sang Radames (six times), Rodolfo (once), Turiddu (once), Faust (three times), Erik (once), Max (six times),
Pinkerton (once), Manrico (twice), Der Fremde (Wunder der Heliane, nine times) and Calaf (twelve times).
1932 Opéra-Comique Paris (Cavaradossi on April 15)
During 1933-34, he was a member of the Croatian National Opera
1938 National Opera Belgrade
He also sang in Italy:
Roma: 1930 Mefistofele in February at the Teatro dell'Opera (sharing with Alessandro Granda) with
Zamboni Maria, Carrera Olga, De Angelis Nazzareno/Cirino Giulio; Il diavolo nel campanile by A. Lualdi as Tallio
Scala: January 31, 1931 world premiere of La notte di Zoraima by Montemezzi as Muscar
Torino: 1931 as Stolzing at the Regio
In 1939, he gave several concerts in Berlin. He appeared in South America in concerts and operas.
His repertory included Manrico, Aida, José, Enzo, Chénier, Lohengrin, Parsifal, Porin (Porin by Vatroslav Lisinski), Fausto,
Reference: Kutsch & Riemens