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International recognition also arrives for the singer Frances Maresca of Piano di Sorrento which on November 28th will be awarded the prestigious “Callas Tribute Prize NY” in New York City, at the Italian Consulate on Park Avenue.

An event created by Melos International Events from Dante Mariti under the patronage of the Italian Cultural Institute of New York which rewards those who have distinguished themselves in the world of culture, art and social justice.

The “Callas Tribute” to those who have distinguished themselves in culture and art

The Prize was born in 2000 and is entitled to Maria Callas. In previous editions, among others, the director was awarded Lina Wetmullerthe actress Sienna Millerthe director and Oscar winner Paul Haggis.

For Francesca Maresca, the award represents recognition of her particular artistic talents which have made her a genuine interpreter of Italian song, but above all Neapolitan with roots in the Sorrento land to which she has always remained linked. An award that crowns a golden year for the Maresca family which boasts another prestigious success achieved last September by the 87-year-old father Michele Master’s European swimming champion.