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COSTA--William F., born in 1920, and raised in Atlas, PA, died on August 31, 2006, after a long illness. He studied at the Juilliard School, New York City and received his B.S. and M.A. from Columbia University. Mr. Costa spent his professional career as a musician in New York City doing studio work and recordings with major performers including Tony Bennett, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme. In the 1960's he was Musical Director for Mr. Bennett and accompanied him during a command performance bef ...
Muriel Costa-Greenspon, a mezzo-soprano who was a fixture at the New York City Opera for 30 years, died on Dec. 26 at St. Vincent's Hospital in Manhattan. She was 68. Her death was due to natural causes, said her son, Stefano Costa.
COSTA - GREENSPON -- Mur iel. It is with profound sadness that City Opera notes the passing of one of its most esteemed alumni and best friends. As a member of our company for over 30 years Muriel created some of the most vibrant and memorable characters in our opera repertory, in a wide variety of roles beginning with her debut as Olga Olsen in ''Street Scene'' in 1963. She gave us many memorable evenings in the theater with portrayals ranging from Assunta in ''The Saint of Bleecker Street'', A ...
WISNEY--Lucy C. (nee Costa). Age 89, died Wednesday, August 24, 2005. She is survived by her daughter Alice Di Filippe, son Dominick Di Filippe, sisters Rosalie Munro and Grace Scatto, brother Carmine Costa, and many nieces and nephews. Information: M. David DeMarco Funeral Home, 732-521-0555
COSTA-Rena. The officers, Board of Directors, and staff of UJA-Federation of New York mourn the passing of Rena Costa, a cherished friend of the Jewish community in New York and in Israel, who expressed her devotion to social and humanitarian causes through exceptional philanthropy. We extend our deepest sympathies to Rena's sister, Trudy Gildin, and to all who knew & loved her. Larry Zicklin, President Morris W. Offit, Chair of the Board John S. Ruskay, Exec. V.P. & C.E.O. Joan Ginsburg, Chair ...
R. JIMENEZ, EX-HEAD OF COSTA RICA, 85; Only President to Serve Three Terms Dies--Former Chief Justice and Diplomat
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REBEL PLANES QUIT AS FOUR F-51'S JOIN COSTA RICA FORCES; Insurgents Land in Nicaragua and Are Interned -- Arrival of Aid From U. S. Hailed WAR SAID TO BE IN LULL Figueres Terms Morale High Despite Air Action -- Report of Picado's Death Denied FOUR U.
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