Roberto bolle romeo e giulietta
- Vogue December 2008 Romeo and Juliet 5 Roberto Bolle Pablo Schreiber
- Romeo and Juliet, a glimpse into Shakespeare’s characters
- How La Scala Ballet will get a special star — Misty Copeland — for one night
- Roberto Bolle E Misty Copeland Romeo E Giulietta Parte Xix
Vogue December 2008 Romeo and Juliet 5 Roberto Bolle Pablo Schreiber
Alina Somova & Roberto Bolle - Romeo and Juliet (rehearsals) (Teatro alla Scala)film ffxiii 2 requiem of the goddess
La Scala Theatre in Milan, Jan 15, Costumes by Odette Nicoletti. Production of La Scala Theatre. Prokofiev uses a specific theme for every character , so that the spectators can easily follow the plot, as with a movie soundtrack. The scenes reproduce the Italian city of Verona: The square as the terraces of the Verona Arena, the balcony looks like the one tourists can see in the city.
Jun 22, Roberto Bolle and Misty Copeland in 'Romeo and Juliet' at Teatro all Scala.
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Roberto Bolle was born in Casale Monferrato. When he was extremely young he entered the Theatre La Scala ballet school. Rudolf Nureyev was the first to notice his talent and he chose Roberto to interpret Tadzio in the ballet Death in Venice. In , just 2 years after he joined the Theatre Company, at the end of a Romeo and Juliet performance, Roberto was promoted to Principal by Elisabetta Terabust who was at that time the Director of the Corp de Ballet. Also the neoclassical roles he has also had many: Agon , Tchaikovsky pas de deux and above all Apollon musagete , which led to his nomination for the "Benois de la danse" Prix. Since his international career has increased. On the 10th anniversary of the Opera Theatre in Cairo he performed in a fabulous Aida at the pyramids of Giza and afterwards at the Arena in Verona for a new version of the opera live worldwide.
Romeo and Juliet, a glimpse into Shakespeare’s characters
How La Scala Ballet will get a special star — Misty Copeland — for one night
We are in the stunning frame of Teatro alla Scala in Milan, on a balcony too, so close to peer on each face, costume and musical instrument. The star-crossed lovers are Roberto Bolle and Alina Somova, two demigods whose beauty makes sometimes forget the misadventured piteous overthrows of Romeo and Juliet. Juliet is a difficult role, constantly changing and growing, always quick-witted. Alina Somova is pure astonishing beauty and perfection; arms and legs neverending, faultless technique, deeply elegant and graceful. Her character is always noble, without that initial dreamy, innocent and almost naughty spark.
It is one of the quirks of the ballet world that two seemingly contradictory forces are at play. On the one hand, a company such as La Scala, which arguably represents the best of classical dance in Italy, is promoted overseas for its centuries-long history, its national identity and its distinct style. And yet, when it comes to casting starring parts, guest artists from other countries are brought in, in this case for the prestigious opening, closing and evening performances. Thanks to his outstanding technique, as well as his strength and good looks, Bolle began receiving offers to perform with other leading ballet troupes when he was only He left his secure position as La Scala principal dancer two years after that and has been something of a gypsy ever since, appearing as a guest artist with companies such as the English National Ballet, the National Ballet of Canada, the Royal Ballet and later, ABT. The possibility to dance with different companies and with different ballerinas was very special. As eager as she was, Copeland was also cognizant that she was entering delicate terrain.
Despite his absolute domination of the role of Romeo, there has never been a performance DVD of Roberto Bolle dancing in a full length version of Romeo and Juliet. This is a petition to encourage those in a position to do it, to create a DVD of Roberto Bolle in the forthcoming performance at Teatro alla Scala, Milano in October Anything missing? Roberto has a gift - apart from the obvious one, and that is that he is able to draw people to him, not only in Italy, but from around the world, and enthuse and inspire them to live and breathe his art with him. Art and Culture makes us better human beings, it teaches us about life, it removes us from the day to day routine, alters our perspective.
Roberto Bolle E Misty Copeland Romeo E Giulietta Parte Xix