Maria Ivogün (18 November 1891, Budapest - 3 October 1987, Beatenberg, Switzerland) was a distinguished soprano singer of Hungarian origin. She was an outstanding interpreter of the works of Mozart: her recording of the aria of the Queen of the Night (Die Zauberflöte) became legendary. Maria Ivogün was born Ilse Kempner. Her father was the Austro-Hungarian Colonel Pál Kempner.
She created her professional name by contracting the maiden name of her mother, the Austrian operetta singer Ida von Günther.