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Resume 2018 

Detailed CV 2009 

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Pina has created several thematic theatrical concerts:
From Italy with love
"Puccini, Broadway and beyond"
A unique one woman virtuoso theatrical concert which blends the great melodic beauty of Italian and American cultures featuring "O mio babbino caro" and other famous Puccini arias from Madame Butterfly, Tosca and La Bohème; Broadway hits from Phantom of the Opera, My Fair Lady, West Side Story; modern Disney classics, Italian international hits, the all time favorite "Moon River"... and beyond
Broadway Atmospheres
"... one woman on stage"
An emotional virtuoso theatrical concert which recreates timeless moments of the Broadway musical. Selections from Evita, My Fair Lady, West Side Story, Cats, The Wizard of Oz, Phantom of the Opera, Porgy and Bess, A Chorus Line, New York, New York ...
"With her warm expressive voice and her vivid theatrical presence, Pina Magri brings to life the Broadway Musical at its best!"
writer Manlio Cancogni
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Depliant e programma
from Bach to Broadway
"... has the moon lost her memory?"
A poetically thematic concert which seamlessly interweaves Bach's Air on the G string with original text, Henry Mancini, Webber, Puccini, Garner, a monologue from Master Class, Spirituals, original music by Pina Magri, Michel Legrand, Hammerstein, Leigh...
Divine Divas... women in music
from Callas to Fitzgerald
Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald, Maria Callas, Barbra Streisand, Liza Minelli, Mina, Kate Bush...
Voices of America
from spirituals to the musical: an invisible link
Italian Women in the key of Song
Great Italian songs of all time including arias from Puccini and Bellini to the Neapolitan song, and music by Albinoni, Bach, Schumann, Beethoven with original Italian words by Pina Magri.
 
Optional original short choreography
Without even batting an eye
Three Puccini Women: Suor Angelica, Tosca and Liù