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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Maria Callas: A Woman, a voice, a myth

Maria Callas: "A Woman, a voice, a Legend" is the title of the exhibition that opens today at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York.
The report, which will remain open to the public until March 30, includes costumes from 22 appearances memorable Greek soprano, thirty jewels, thirty rare photographs offered by the Foundation of the House, manuscripts, books, letters and other items.
The exhibition is in collaboration with the Consulate General of Greece in New York and the financial support of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.
For the preparation of the report content and symbolism of the representatives spoke of the organizers and those involved in this important cultural event during a press conference in the Greek Press and Communication New York.
The chairman of the Cultural Organization Maria Callas in Venice, Bruno Tozi referred to the personal relationship he had with Callas and 'amazing character, indicating that some of the exhibits belong to their institution.
For the first time the report was presented in Venice in 1993. At the press conference where he spoke and the Director of the Italian Institute of New York, Riccardo Viale, attended also the Consul of Greece, Evangelos Kyriakopoulos, the vice consul of Italy, Lucia Paskoualini the representative of the Niarchos Foundation, Stelios Vasilakis.

Maria Callas was born in New York City in 1923 to Greek parents. The uniqueness of her angelic voice and her unmatched artistry of interpreting operatic music are the reasons why she was an opera superstar. Ms. Callas passed away in 1977. The soundtrack is "Suicidio!" from "La Gioconda" by Amilcare Ponchielli.


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