Address: Piazza Dante 23 , Campi BisenzioDate: Sunday 14 April 2019
Sunday, April 14th 2019 at 4.30pm at the Teatrodante Carlo Monni in Campi Bisenzio
Exceptional participation of the company Nuovo BallettO of ToscanA for the concert at the Teatro di Campi
The La Filharmonie orchestra, in addition to performing a chamber and choral repertoire, will be challenged with ballet
This time the purpose of the Teatrodante Carlo Monni and the Filharmonie association will be to surprise. But mère l'Oye will be an unforgettable concert-event, suitable for a varied audience and will include chamber music pieces sung by the Antonia Fino contralto, choral pieces with the participation of the choirs Animae Voces, Sesto in Canto and Mulieris, conducted by Maestro Edoardo Materassi and a ballet realized by the company Nuovo BallettO of ToscanA, with the choreography by Davide Bombana, artistic director Cristina Bozzolini, costumes by Santi Rinciari. The music will be performed by the La Filharmonie Orchestra, a symphonic orchestra conducted by Maestro Nima Keshavarzi.
The Ma mère l'Oye concert-event will be staged on Sunday April 14th at 4.30pm at the Teatrodante Carlo Monni in Campi Bisenzio (Piazza Dante 23).
This is the program of the evening: Hector Berlioz Le specre de la roseLa Captive La mort d'Ophélie Maurice Ravel Pavane pour une infant défunte Ma mère l'Oye
Start of the show at 16.30.
Admission: adults € 15, reduced Coop members and over 65: € 12, children up to 12 years and music students € 8.
Info and tickets: Teatrodante Carlo Monni, piazza Dante 23 Campi Bisenzio (Fi) |
wwww.teatrodante.it | T. 0558940864
The New BallettO Professional Company of ToscanA, now managed by the new cultural association 'Balletto di Toscana', has been a constant significant presence in the chronicle and history of Italian dance since 1970. Always animated by the commitment, skills and passion of its animator Cristina Bozzolini who has become a protagonist of absolute excellence on the international scene, and finally with the operation of her youth training 'Junior BdT', in the last ten years able to conquer the programming on the stages of many, prestigious Italian Theaters, the New BdT is now a production structure of a rigorous professional system, supported by the MIBAC, the Tuscany Region and the Municipality of Florence.
The current artistic program, thanks also to a team of well-known Collaborators and Authors, calls for a constant and coherent cultural line with the affirmation of the primacy of contemporary choreography, with a plurality of expressive languages. In past years the authors of great prestige have been Fabrizio Monteverde, Mauro Bigonzetti, Virgilio Sieni, Cristina Rizzo, and subsequently Eugenio Scigliano, Arianna Benedetti, Davide Bombana, Nicola Galli, Diego Tortelli. Last but certainly the most important of the events, is the invitation received from the Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, first with the programming of the production of 'Sleeping Beauty', a choreographic creation in a contemporary key by Diego Tortelli in the last opera and ballet season, subsequently formulating a collaboration project in dance and ballet events for the next 2019/20 season, creating the choreographies in the operas, producing, as reference company of the Teatro del Maggio, the new creation of an important ballet in the evening. New Bdt collaborations also extend to other prestigious Italian theaters such as La Fenice in Venice and Teatro Regio di Parma and many others. Today the Company is engaged in a co-production with the Filharmonie Youth Orchestra in a new creation "Ma Mére l'Oye" on music by Ravel which will debut in April 2019; continues his tour with the shows "Sleeping Beauty" by Diego Tortelli on music by Tchaikovsky and the new production "Pulcinella" by Arianna Benedetti, on music by Igor Stravinsky; in May 2019 he will be the protagonist of the choreographies in the opera "Aida" by G. Verdi, in the revival of the famous edition directed by Mauro Bolognini and the choreography by Giovanni Di Cicco, at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice.
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