GENOA 〓 Daniela Dessì street could be done


A street named the world-famous soprano singer Daniela Dessì will be born in Genoa of Italy. It was unanimously passed by Congress. She was born in Genoa in 1957. In 2016, at the age of 59, he died in Brescia in northern Italy. It is said that she was suffering from colon cancer.

She studied at the Palma Conservatoire and the Chisiana Conservatory of Siena and started activities as a singer since 1979. After winning the International Vocal Competition hosted by RAI (Italian Public Broadcasting) in 1980, she made a full-scale debut with Pergolesi “La serva padrona”.

She made her debut in Teatro alla Scala in 1988, after that she made her debut one after another at the Vienna State Opera and the Metropolitan Opera in New York and continued to play an active part in theaters around the world. The proposal to Congress is “working at the best theater and director in the world and was the world ambassador of Genoa”.

Photo:Daniela Dessy official site

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