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La Traviata: From flop to masterpiece
Originally composed in 1852-53, when Verdi was inspired by the performance of Duma’s The Lady of the Camellias on stage in Paris, the beginning of La Traviata was not a happy one, just like that of the protagonist.
La Prima: La Scala opens with Verdi’s La Traviata
2013 is the anniversary of two opera great’s: Wagner and Verdi. La Scala’s 2012/13 season opened with Lohengrin, by the former, but this year, the historic Milanese theatre pays tribute to the great Italian composer with one of his best loved operas: La Traviata.
Chef Interview: Davide Scabin
He is the king of experimental cuisine when other Chefs didn’t even know what “experimental” meant: his Cyber Egg it’s known worldwide, and we have only seen the beginning of his cuisine philosophy. Here is what he recounted to Swide about the future of Italian Cuisine.
Italian architects Fuksas’ organic futuristic in Shenzen
Italian architects Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas have designed Terminal 3 at Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport in China. It is an extraordinary sculptural piece of architecture that draws inspiration form nature while channelling the future.
Verdi’s Traviata made of plasticine cream puffs
While waiting for La Scala opening season on December 7 in Milan with Verdi’s La Traviata, we’ve found this cute video re-enacting an aria from the opera using cream puffs and cake decorations made of plasticine.
Baci dall’Italia! Top 10 Italian Souvenirs
Spurred by the excitement risen in us due to the souvenir themed window displays in the Dolce&Gabbana Corso Venezia 7 boutique we have complied a list of the 10 funniest souvenirs from this beautiful country.
Aldo Coppola: leading a revolution in hair
Celebrity hairstylist and entrepeneur Aldo Coppola died wednesday in Milan. From his revolutionary hair cutting techniques to the shatush colouring, here are key dates and events in an existence of fame and genius.