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Ricardo Muti at Parma to visit the Renata Tebaldi Exhibition

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Ricardo Muti at Parma to visit the Renata Tebaldi ExhibitionParma - January 18, 2012

At exactly 3:30 P.M. on the 18th of January, Maestro Riccardo Muti will be at Parma to visit the exhibition, dedicated to Renata Tebaldi and set up in the halls of the Governor’s Palace. With his presence the illustrious Maestro celebrates an artist with whom he shared reciprocal feelings of admiration and friendship.

The visit of the Maestro is also a valid reason for which Parma, universally recognized as the symbol of Italian melodrama and the city where Renata Tebaldi took her first steps towards an incredible career, should dedicate to its famous daughter a stable, imperishable reminder and demonstrate, in this distracted country which is Italy, that there are examples of responsible remembering.

To the authorities and to the press, Maestro Muti will confirm his commitment to act so that Culture, of which Music is an integral part, has the proper importance in the civil activity of a Nation which defines itself as civil.


A Show Window has been set up on Corso Italia at Milan

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Vetrina allestita a Milano in Corso Italia, sede del Touring Club November 22, 2011

From the 13th of November a show window has been set up on Corso Italia at Milan, seat of the Touring Club, dedicated to the Exhibition at the Governor's Palace at Parma.

At the same time , news regarding the Exhibition can be found on the home page of The Touring Club.


The Tebaldi exhibition at the Governor’s Palace at Parma

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November 7, 2011

Together with the evidence of her life found in this exhibition, Renata Tebaldi has returned to the city which supported her first footsteps along the pathway of Art. It is, in fact, at the Conservatory at Parma that Master Campogalliani imagined, for a piano student there, the future of the greatest lyrical singer in history.

The Regio Theatre and its Superintendent Mauro Meli, the Renata Tebaldi Committee, of which I am honoured to be president and the Municipality of Parma see the event offered to the citizens of Parma as the confirmation of a basic belief about culture: make memories live in order to stimulate knowing.

At the end of the visit to this exhibition, the visitor will know better and more about a woman who held high the prestige of Italian culture throughout the world.

Giovanna Colombo (President)

Governor’s Palace - Parma

Times: from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (final entrance at 6:00 p.m.). Monday: closed
Info: Assessorato alla Cultura - Tel. 0521-218726
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Entrance: Free of Charge

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