At the Circus Maximus is on stage the premiere of an extraordinary new ballet: Le quattro stagioni (the four seasons) directed by Giuliano Peparini on the wonderful music by Antonio Vivaldi.
The Roman choreographer, at his third creation for the Capitoline company, tells the couple's natural "seasons": from the first glances that meet with modesty (Spring), to the fires of passion (Summer) and their progressive extinction (Autumn), up to the chill of boredom (Winter).
The Corps de Ballet of Teatro dell'Opera moves around the main couples, dancing respecting the mandatory physical distance. The actor Alessandro Preziosi is the deep and exciting voice acting as an intermezzo, with a strong emotional impact, between one season and another.
The music, on a recorded basis, is performed by the Teatro dell'Opera Orchestra with Vincenzo Bolognese, solo violin. The exceptional creation is completed by scenes and costumes marked by essential linearity, respectively signed by Andrea Miglio and Anna Biagiotti. The contribution of the lighting by Marco Vignanelli and the videos by Edmondo Angelelli and Giuliano Peparini is fundamental.
It is up to the dancers Rebecca Bianchi, Susanna Salvi, Sara Loro, Marianna Suriano, Michele Satriano, Claudio Cocino, Alessio Rezza and Giacomo Castellana, with their incredible talent, to overcome the challenge of dancing one meter away from each other.
Music Antonio Vivaldi, Domenico Scarlatti
Ballet in one act
Director and choreographer Giuliano Peparini
Set Designer Andrea Miglio
Costume Designer Anna Biagiotti
Lighting Designer Marco Vignanelli
Video Edmondo Angelelli and Giuliano Peparini
Recorded Voice Alessandro Preziosi
Rebecca Bianchi, Michele Satriano
Susanna Salvi, Claudio Cocino
Sara Loro, Alessio Rezza
Marianna Suriano, Giacomo Castellana
Teatro dell’Opera di Roma Corps de Ballet
Music on recorded basis is played by Teatro dell’Opera di Roma Orchestra
Solo Violin Vincenzo Bolognese
Teatro dell’Opera di Roma new production
dal 25 luglio al 3 agosto 2020
25 luglio 2020 - ore 21.00
26 luglio 2020 - ore 21.00
30 luglio 2020 - ore 21.00
2 agosto 2020 - ore 21.00
3 agosto 2020 - ore 21.00