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  • La Callas, and one of the greatest Greek tragedy actors and directors - Alexis Minotis. Callas' artistic and professional relationship with Minotis was one of a kind, and one could credit Minotis with some of Callas' deep understanding of the drama behind the roles of Norma and Medea, which both depict ancient Greek and Roman plots. They both had many similarities:  Minotis was a reviver of ancient Greem tragedies and was known for his dramatic interpretation of them, while Callas was a reviver of 19th century Bel Canto operas and was also known for her dramatic interpretation of them. Their paths first crossed when Callas was performing one of her last performances of Anna Bolena at La Scala in 1958 (yes, not an error) and Minotis was shocked at the magnitude of her acting while singing abilities. Their first collaboration was the famous and legendary performance of Medea in Dallas, TX in 1958 which was and still is considered one of Callas' greatest recorded triumphs. They then went on to collaborate again on Medea in London in 1959, and then in 1960 - came their greatest project (which is quite unfortunately unrecorded). Callas and Minotis collaborated on the first ever operatic production at the ancient Greek amphitheatre of Epidaurus - The opera was Norma, and conducting was Tullio Serafin. This was not quite well received by the Greeks - for an opera based on Romans be staged at the Greek theatre was supposedly sacrilegious and shocking! On the other hand though, the critics could not but plaster the performances with their greatest compliments since it's quality was so high. After that slightly ill-fated Norma, Minotis and Callas embarked on yet another operatic production at Epidaurus, which was Medea in 1961, conducted by Nicola Rescigno (and also featured the magnificemt Jon Vickers). The Medea production, unlike Norma, was a huge triumph that the Greek press could not stop talking about for years. "Finally a revival worthu of our heritage!", they said. Naturally, Minotis and Callas were friends ever since. For more incredible and very well detailed information about Callas & Minotis, access the Maria Callas Magazine www.callasintclub.com/artikelen.htm
  • La Callas, and one of the greatest Greek tragedy actors and directors - Alexis Minotis. Callas' artistic and professional relationship with Minotis was one of a kind, and one could credit Minotis with some of Callas' deep understanding of the drama behind the roles of Norma and Medea, which both depict ancient Greek and Roman plots. They both had many similarities: Minotis was a reviver of ancient Greem tragedies and was known for his dramatic interpretation of them, while Callas was a reviver of 19th century Bel Canto operas and was also known for her dramatic interpretation of them. Their paths first crossed when Callas was performing one of her last performances of Anna Bolena at La Scala in 1958 (yes, not an error) and Minotis was shocked at the magnitude of her acting while singing abilities. Their first collaboration was the famous and legendary performance of Medea in Dallas, TX in 1958 which was and still is considered one of Callas' greatest recorded triumphs. They then went on to collaborate again on Medea in London in 1959, and then in 1960 - came their greatest project (which is quite unfortunately unrecorded). Callas and Minotis collaborated on the first ever operatic production at the ancient Greek amphitheatre of Epidaurus - The opera was Norma, and conducting was Tullio Serafin. This was not quite well received by the Greeks - for an opera based on Romans be staged at the Greek theatre was supposedly sacrilegious and shocking! On the other hand though, the critics could not but plaster the performances with their greatest compliments since it's quality was so high. After that slightly ill-fated Norma, Minotis and Callas embarked on yet another operatic production at Epidaurus, which was Medea in 1961, conducted by Nicola Rescigno (and also featured the magnificemt Jon Vickers). The Medea production, unlike Norma, was a huge triumph that the Greek press could not stop talking about for years. "Finally a revival worthu of our heritage!", they said. Naturally, Minotis and Callas were friends ever since. For more incredible and very well detailed information about Callas & Minotis, access the Maria Callas Magazine www.callasintclub.com/artikelen.htm
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  • Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how to react to it #genius's quote 😂
  • Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how to react to it #genius 's quote 😂
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  • Amy en Maisie poetsen sinds ze vier zijn elektrisch (mag al vanaf drie eigenlijk!) en dat bevalt supergoed. ‘De tandenborstel met het geluidje’ noemen ze het. Hier is tandenpoetsen nooit een probleem geweest, maar sinds Anna en Elsa op hun tandenborstel staan, is het helemaal feest. Dankzij de elektrische tandenborstels poetsen ze ook nog eens een stuk langer, wat weer een voordeel is bij het voorkomen van gaatjes. Wist je trouwens dat 41% van de 5-jarigen al gaatjes heeft en dat slechts 33% van de 4-jarigen ooit bij de tandarts is geweest? Ik vind die cijfers best wel shocking hoor… Zelf heb ik na dertig jaar nog steeds geen gaatjes en dat wil ik graag zo houden. Ik heb van Oral-B de Genius 10100S gekregen, een superfijne elektrische tandenborstel die je met een app kunt bedienen. Zo geeft de app aan als je te hard poetst, hoe handig? Ik poetste eigenlijk nooit elektrisch, maar wil nu niet meer anders.
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Dank je wel @marlotl voor deze mooie tandenborstels! Op naar gezonde, witte tandjes 😊
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Poets jij elektrisch of ‘gewoon’?
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#oralb #poetsen #poetspoetspoetsjetanden #frozen #genius #frissemondjes #geengaatjes #twins #twinsters
  • Amy en Maisie poetsen sinds ze vier zijn elektrisch (mag al vanaf drie eigenlijk!) en dat bevalt supergoed. ‘De tandenborstel met het geluidje’ noemen ze het. Hier is tandenpoetsen nooit een probleem geweest, maar sinds Anna en Elsa op hun tandenborstel staan, is het helemaal feest. Dankzij de elektrische tandenborstels poetsen ze ook nog eens een stuk langer, wat weer een voordeel is bij het voorkomen van gaatjes. Wist je trouwens dat 41% van de 5-jarigen al gaatjes heeft en dat slechts 33% van de 4-jarigen ooit bij de tandarts is geweest? Ik vind die cijfers best wel shocking hoor… Zelf heb ik na dertig jaar nog steeds geen gaatjes en dat wil ik graag zo houden. Ik heb van Oral-B de Genius 10100S gekregen, een superfijne elektrische tandenborstel die je met een app kunt bedienen. Zo geeft de app aan als je te hard poetst, hoe handig? Ik poetste eigenlijk nooit elektrisch, maar wil nu niet meer anders.
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    Dank je wel @marlotl voor deze mooie tandenborstels! Op naar gezonde, witte tandjes 😊
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    Poets jij elektrisch of ‘gewoon’?
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    #oralb #poetsen #poetspoetspoetsjetanden #frozen #genius #frissemondjes #geengaatjes #twins #twinsters
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