Divine Discoveries in History and the Arts

Music, Dance and Spirituality in the Arts, Maria Theresa Duncan

by Pamela De Fina


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 13/01/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 86
ISBN : 9781982260880
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 86
ISBN : 9781982260903

About the Book

After the death of Pamela’s father in 1987, as well as Maria Theresa Duncan, the same year, her world was turned upside down. She was truly protected by her Father, and she in the dance world. Her father was so supportive and said to her ”You are meant to represent Theresa ,” She has been very generous to you! Pamela left New York City where she had been residing, at East Seventy-Fourth Street, for nearly twenty years, after living in Santa Barbara, California where she attended UCSB, Graduate and Undergraduate in Art History, before being accepted and attending Villa Schifanoia,in Fiesole, Florence, Italy, Graduate School of Fine Arts, M.A. Art History. She was married to Andre Andreoli, an Artist and traveling to Europe, where he was showing his Paintings, in International Art Gallery’s. He always sold all of his Paintings and to many celebrities.


About the Author

Pamela De Fina whose name is an ancient symbol of Culture, the Dauphin, Dolphin, has always followed her dreams and life callings. From an early age she had a love for the Fine arts, dance, music and travel. Growing up in Palm Beach Florida, she was surrounded by an International Mileux of Diplomats from the UN ,and famous tennis players, as her Father was on the UN executive committee and Pres of FLTA. Her passion and love for the arts began as a young child at Imperial Studios in Palm Beach where she studied ballet at Imperial Studios, and performed at the Royal Poinciana Playhouse under the direction of Joanna Kneeland.Her first degrees were BA El. Ed. and Art History, at FAU, and UCSB in Santa Barbara, she researched and studied at the Villa Scifanoia, then Rosary College, Grad. Program MA Art History, in Florence, Italy.