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                 Guest For  MONDAY APRIL 11, 2005                                        



















Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni - film and tv actress, painter and singer/musician.  Born on the upper west side of Manhattan, at age five her family sailed to Naples and settled in Rome where she spent a significant part of her life.  She is a world traveler and speaks two languages.  Her website is www.coralina.net.




Mother - Velia Botti - former opera singer, now resides in the US and is currently a private vocal instructor.


Father - Maestro Walter Cataldi-Tassoni - Born into Italian aristocracy, he is a renowned opera director and musician.  He has worked in prestigious opera houses throughout the world, and taught and worked with many of the world's most prominent opera singers.


Grandfather - Maestro Corace Cataldi -Tassoni - renowned opera composer and musician who worked with the great composers of the day such as Puccini and Mascagni.


Grandmother - Adelina Boillet - daughter of Argentinian General and one of the first women to graduate as a medical doctor from the University of Paris.  Also an accomplished musician.




St. George's English School of Rome


Monte Parioli English School of Rome


Marymount International School of Rome


Skidmore College


University of Rome




Performed in her father's opera company from the age of three through her teens.  Her first singing role was in La Boheme at the age of three and a half. 


Amongst numerous venues, in her early teens she also performed at the Rome Opera House, and at the same time worked closely with her father as his assistant director.


While attending the University of Rome she was cast as the lead in a TV film that was the springboard for her success as a motion picture actress. She has worked with many of the renowned European directors and producers such as Dario Argento, making her a cult favorite with a huge international fan following.


Despite her film success, her passion for music went a step further becoming a personal form of creative expression.  Her debut album - Limbo Balloon - contains original, bilingual and eclectic works embodying an array of influences from classical to rock and roll.


As an artist, her paintings of mystical figures and forms convey yet another highly intimate aspect of this multi - talented artist.  Her paintings are an autobiographical walk through her life, all Coralina, interspersed with magical characters which have touched her life and yet, are still all Coralina, just as in a dream.  The preparation ritual before creating a work embodies many aspects, above all the meticulous selection of specific musical pieces. 



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