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  • Gianmaria Buccellati was the “king” who introduced Italy’s goldsmith tradition to the world. His father was also a jeweler who counted Gabriele D’Annunzio and Eleonora Duse among his clients. Today the family continues to successfully navigate the challenges of the global market. “My work is my passion,” he used to say, “and it brings me joy to share that passion with the world.”
  • Cameristi della Scala performed Fantasies on Verdi's Operas, “Fantasie” composed in the 19th century by Italian important composers, some of which were Verdi’s friends and coworkers, to celebrate the bicentennial of Giuseppe Verdi's birth. It was their debut at Carnegie Hall and a night to remember.
  • In the year of the celebrations for the 200th anniversary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth, the Cameristi della Scala will offer an exclusive program featuring “Fantasie” from Verdi’s operas. The tour will open on October 7th at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), a place not really known for classical music but known for its special relationship with an important Italian multinational oil and gas company: ENI ((National Hydrocarbons Authority). President Barack Obama in a historic visit to the campus, October 23, 2009, went the Eni-MIT Solar Frontiers Research Center and left his signature for MIT students on a piece of equipment in the Organic and Nanostructured Electronics Laboratory.
  • Events: Reports
    (September 04, 2013)
    An important concert with "The Cameristi della Scala" at Carnegie Hall marks the anniversary of the birth of Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901).
  • At Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò Gesualdo Coggi played some of the most famous Verdi's operas, such as ‘Don Carlos,’ ‘Il Trovatore,’ ‘Rigoletto,’ ‘Aida’ and ‘Simon Boccanegra.’ The operas performed were those that Franz Liszt paraphrased and transcribed.
  • Op-Eds
    Joey Skee(January 24, 2013)
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  • Art & Culture
    Julian Sachs(April 27, 2011)
    With the spring season heading to its conclusion, two of the greatest conductors alive, James Levine and Riccardo Muti, led their orchestras to success during an intense week of musical events at Carnegie Hall
  • Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò (NYU) began its celebrations for the 150th anniversary of the Italian Unification with a lecture on the art of singing the works of Giuseppe Verdi, the most representative composer of the Italian Risorgimento

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