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Fracci made one of her first public appearances at La Scala in 1955 in a presentation that followed a performance of Bellini’s opera “La Sonnambula” starring soprano Maria Callas under the baton of Leonard Bernstein.Carla Fracci, a reigning star of 20th-century ballet, dies at 84|Emily Langer|May 30, 2021|Washington Post
We can’t visit Venice right now, but we can bring the famous Bellini cocktail from Harry’s Bar home.Toast la dolce vita at brunch by popping open this bottled Bellini cocktail|Dave McIntyre|April 9, 2021|Washington Post
Raymond Guidot, the French design expert, says that Bellini came to Olivetti as "the champion of utter rationalism."
Botanists can recognize almost all the plants depicted by Bellini, however obscure.Giovanni Bellini’s St. Francis Painting Deconstructed|Blake Gopnik|July 3, 2011|DAILY BEAST
It would make a gorgeous Bellini, but at $20, this is a Prosecco that deserves to stand by itself.
The modern day lens on Venice, though, is the Bellini fuelled art world circus that is the Biennale.
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Most readers will have heard of Chopin's touching request to be buried by the side of Bellini.
With regard to Bellini, Chopin's sympathy was strengthened by the congeniality of their individual temperaments.
This specimen of Bellini's conversation is sufficient to show that his linguistic accomplishments were very limited.
Bellini's music had a particular charm for Chopin, and he was also an admirer of Rossini.
The operatic repertoire at that date consisted mostly of works by Bellini, Donizetti, and Mercadante.