Maria Callas


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Noun1.Maria Callas - Greek coloratura soprano (born in the United States) known for her dramatic intensity in operatic roles (1923-1977)Maria Callas - Greek coloratura soprano (born in the United States) known for her dramatic intensity in operatic roles (1923-1977)
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SOPRANO Anne Williams-King plays Maria Callas in a one-act show in Bangor tonight.
Opera star Maria Callas gave her last stage performance - in Tosca at Covent Garden.
A grand prize winner of the Maria Callas International Voice Competition, in which she now frequently sits as juror, Miricioiu said she is excited to sing with another Filipino tenor who, like her, has sung at La Scala di Milan.
1977: Opera singer Maria Callas (pictured) was found dead in her Paris flat, aged 53.
Contract notice: Construction Of Two Multi-Sports Pitches Street Maria Callas.
Maria Callas remains one of the most enduring operatic singers of all time, with some describing her as the original diva.
He removes from me some of the burden of my popularity" Extract from a just-unearthed letter written by opera star Maria Callas
I called Mike Nichols who will direct Meryl as Maria Callas in HBO's film version of Terrence McNally's play "Master Class.
Washington, June 20 ( ANI ): Meryl Streep has just been cast as opera legend Maria Callas in a film version of Terrence McNally's Tony-winning play, 'Master Class' for HBO.
1923: Birth of a Diva Greek-American operatic soprano Maria Callas was born in New York.
When Maria Callas sang Tosca at Covent Garden in 1964, she could not have known how crucial it would prove to her career and her life.
1965: Opera star Maria Callas, pictured, gave her last stage performance - in Tosca - at Covent Garden.