· Stories headlined "Murder at the Met" and "Phatom of the Opera" described how the body of free-lance violinist Helen Hagnes Mintiks, 30 -- who was playing in .
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(Above and below) Spoleto, Italy, ; left to right, Tom Suárez, Helen Hagnes, Augusto Vismara, Batia Bergman. These are screen-grabs from a film from Luciano Berio’s series, C’è Musica e Musica, in which we were being interviewed by Radiotelevisione italiana during the Festival dei due Mondi.
· Helen Hagnes Muntiks, was a violinist in an orchestra performing with the Berlin Ballet at the Metropolitan Opera ballet being performed was The Idiot with music composed in by Dimitri ballet is based on the Fyodor Dostoevsky last scene is of a woman being stabbed to death.
Helen Hagnes was a Julliard graduate and violinist at the Metropolitan Opera House. On J, the Berlin Ballet performed its first act of Dostoyevsky’s “The Idiot” at the Met, and Hagnes told a fellow musician she’d be back after speaking with one of the performers. Her body was discovered at the following morning.
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