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Maria Callas

Concert Dedicated to Maria Callas Held in Yerevan

A concert dedicated to the great Greek soprano, Maria Callas was held on December 8, in the Chamber Theater of Yerevan. This concert marked the upcoming EU presidency of Greece in 2014. In his speech, Greek Ambassador Ioannis Taghis talked...

Maria Callas 90th Birthday Google Doodle Celebrates

Today December 1, 2013, Google is celebrating the life and legacy of Maria Callas with an international Google Doodle on their search engine homepages. Maria Callas’s 90th birthday. Maria Callas (born Kalogeropoulos) was born to Greek immigrant parents. As a...

Callas Museum on Metropolis Street

The home of Maria Callas on Patission Street may be unprofitable for refurbishment as assessed by the current owner, the Seamen's Fund and the Department of Labor. This conclusion was brought on in light of documents recently submitted to...

FIX Hellas in Moscow

An exhibition entitled “Tribute to Maria Callas and Grace Kelly” is hosted at the Grand Palace of the State Museum in Moscow from September 2013. The Greek artist Nikos Floros will showcase his collection of sculptured costumes inspired by...

Maria Callas: The Legend of a Great Diva

September 16 marks the 36th anniversary of the silencing of the voice of the great Greek soprano, Maria Callas, who died of a heart attack, in Paris, robbing the world of one of its greatest talents ever at the...

Moscow Tribute To Maria Callas, Grace Kelly

An exhibition entitled Tribute to Maria Callas and Grace Kelly will be hosted at the Grand Palace of the State Museum in Moscow in September 2013. The Greek artist Nikos Floros will showcase his collection of sculptured costumes inspired...

Award Winning Play About Maria Callas Heads to Los Angeles

The Tony Award and Drama Desk winner for Best Play about opera legend Maria Callas' life is debuting in the Los Angeles area. "Master Class," written by Terrence McNally, finds the Greek singer near the end of her career, her voice...

Greek Marbles Used Against Police

In 2008, a young schoolboy was shot and killed by police for calling one of the officers ‘pigs'. This event stirred protesters and riots in the Syndagma Square elevated for weeks and days on December of that year. Syndagma Square...