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Greek coloratura soprano (born in the United States) known for her dramatic intensity in operatic roles (1923-1977)

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It has always been Jon's dream to bring the most secure products possible to a bigger population," said Mike Janke, who co-founded the secure email company Silent Circle with Callas.
But while Callas keeps cutting off the poor child before she can get out the first note of her aria, her instructions on character-building are brilliantly incisive, and the baby soprano comes out of her grueling tutorial transformed.
15) In contrast to the binary dynamics of the "classic" musical which aims to transcend an original opposition, the musical biopic focuses on one single character, and reduces all the people gravitating around the star to a simple constellation; even the male interests, Marcel for Piaf, and Onassis or Gabriel for Callas, are reduced to the diva's sidekicks, if not to mere props.
The interview that Callas did with Lord Harewood three years later is a curiously mixed bag.
His first appearance at La Scala was not to come until 1956, and was the role of Alfredo, in Luchino Viconti's production of La Traviata, in which Callas was singing the role of Violetta.
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Callas y Di Stefano mantuvieron un postrero idilio a principios de los setenta, que trajo la vuelta a los escenarios a la soprano, quien realizo junto a Pippo una larguisima gira mundial de despedida.
While Tina's is known for its dependable customer service, Callas said that after three decades in the business, and thousands of trees sold, she has witnessed her fair share of oddball incidents.
You can't go wrong with a line-up that features Callas, Edith Piaf, Billie Holliday, Judy Garland and Janis Joplin, even if their turbulent tales are given just 10 minutes apiece, leaving you clamouring for more.
Geniales, de vida mas alla del glamour, con alta dosis de neurosis y soledad; la Diva no es una mujer comun y corriente y parte de su destino es morir joven, como le sucede a la Callas que muere antes de cumplir 45 anos.
Born in 1864 in Sacramento, CA, Sibyl Sanderson was the first in a long line of celebrity opera singers running to Maria Callas and Beverly Sills in recent years.
FRANCO ZEFFIRELLI, the director who brought TV audiences the miniseries Jesus of Nazareth and movie audiences Mel Gibson as the Sweet Prince in Hamlet and last year's Tea with Mussolini, has rocketed to new depths with this butchering of singer Maria Callas in Callas Forever.
Hailed by many as the greatest opera diva the world has ever seen, having already given up operatic performances and bitter and bruised by the humiliating end of her affair with Onassis when he dumped her for Jackie Kennedy, Maria Callas retired into reclusive Parisian selfexile in 1974, her voice shot.
MADONNA has her eye on a stunning collection of jewellery that once belonged to legendary opera diva Maria Callas.
to accept the temperamental behaviour of Maria Callas, having regard for her great talent.