For the 30th anniversary of Compagnia Zappalà Danza, Italy’s top contemporary troupe, choreographer Roberto Zappalà has created Rifare Bach (Redoing Bach).
From today, 11 October, Italian theatres return to 100% capacity after months of struggling with an income from 50% houses.
Silvia Gribaudi’s ‘Graces’ – a humorous and ironic show for four performers – left me cold, though it had many rolling in the aisles.
Baritone Sebastian Catana talks about his summer at Verona’s Arena, his debut in Pagliacci, singing in Genoa’s opera house, and on never screaming.
The French-Algerian choreographer Hervé Koubi triumphed at the MILANoLTRE contemporary dance festival with three magnificent works.
October’s Dancing Times contains the last “Notes from New York” column from Jack Anderson as well as Gramilano’s “Danza in Italia” column on the Nervi Festival.
Photos of La Scala’s world premiere of Mauro Bigonzetti’s ballet “Madina” with Roberto Bolle and Antonella Albano
A countertenor who studied at Milan’s conservatoire is accused of killing his girlfriend’s mother.
Four months after Carla Fracci’s death on 27 May 2021, Milan has placed a plaque on the building where she lived when she studied at La Scala.
Alessandra Ferri makes Maurice Béjart’s “L’Heure exquise” her own as she celebrates her 40-year long career.
Cecilia Bartoli’s new album, Unreleased, with the Kammerorchester Basel under Muhai Tang features dramatic concert arias from the classical period.
Positano Premia la Danza has been held for almost half a century – next year marks its 50th edition. The 2021 edition was dedicted to Carla Fracci.