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Maria Callas: The myth lives on

As a tribute to the most famous Greek woman of the modern era, who left us forty years ago prior to her time, the B&M Theocharakis Foundation presents a unique exhibition with more than two hundred personal belongings of Maria Callas, theater costumes, dresses, furniture, jewellery, letters from relatives, friends and artists, and more.


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A tour by

B. & M. Theocharakis Foundation for the Fine Arts and Music

The B&M Theoharakis Foundation has as its basic interest the fine arts and music in Greece and worldwide, by focusing on the emergence and evolution of the modern in the 20th and 21st century.

Phone: +30 210 3611206

Email: info@thf.gr

Website: http://www.thf.gr


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Maria Callas: The myth lives on

1. Gold Bulgari handbag with diamonds

2 Stories

2. A gold cross with inlaid ebony

1 Story

3. Red cocktail dress

2 Stories

4. Callas’ first autograph

1 Story

5. Pair of antique earrings

2 Stories

6. Venetian antique chairs

3 Stories

7. Pair of earrings with matching necklace

1 Story

8. Venetian antique pedestals

1 Story

9. Hirasawa's Callas

2 Stories

10. Oil portrait of Callas by Vandini

1 Story

11. Black Gown

2 Stories

12. Pair white gloves

1 Story

13. Callas’ identity card

1 Story

14. Traviata, 1958

1 Story

15. Part of evening gown

1 Story

16. Callas, Leonora, Trovatore (G. Verdi)

1 Story

17. Epidaurus, 1961 | MEDEA

1 Story

18. Carnegie Hall Gown

1 Story

19. Telegram from Callas’ music teacher

1 Story

20. Part of a theatrical costume

1 Story