Ciampi may refer to:

  • Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, former President of the Italian Republic.
  • Mario J. Ciampi, an American architect.
  • Yves Ciampi, a French director.
  • Vincenzo Ciampi, Italian opera composer it:Tre giorni son che Nina

Other articles related to "ciampi":

Carlo Azeglio Ciampi - President of Italy
... Ciampi was elected with a broad majority, and was the second president ever to be elected at the first ballot (when there is a requirement of a two-thirds majority) in a joint ... The possibility of persuading Ciampi to stand for a second term as President – the so-called Ciampi-bis – was widely discussed, despite his advancing age, but it was officially dismissed by Ciampi himself on ... Ciampi resigned as President before the swearing-in ceremony of his successor, Giorgio Napolitano ...
Marcel Ciampi
... Marcel Paul Maximin Ciampi (29 May 1891 – 2 September 1980) was a French pianist and teacher ... Ciampi was taught by Louis Diémer at the Paris Conservatoire and won the first prize for pianoforte in 1909 ... Ciampi recorded some early electrical solo and chamber music discs for French Columbia ...
Gabrielle Ritter-Ciampi
... Gabrielle Ritter-Ciampi (November 2, 1886 - July 18, 1974), was a French operatic soprano ... to receive singing lessons from her parents her Italian father, tenor Enzo Ciampi-Cellai and French mother, Cécile Ritter-Ciampi ...
Robert F. Carrozza - Carrozza's Activities From Prison
... Anthony Ciampi, a key Carrozza faction member, owned a club on Bennington Street in East Boston, the site of gambling and illegal card games, that was frequented by Carrozza faction members ... Ciampi and Michael P ... You can’t take on a Mafia member unless you have one with you." Using Ciampi's social club as the group's headquarters, the "renegade faction" in 1994 retaliated against Salemme by killing several of ...