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Daniele Cipriani entertainment "Mediterranea" coreog. Bigonzetti

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Sat 10 Mar 21:00 - 23:00

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25 years after his debut, the most represented choreography in the world of Bigonzetti, is resumed with 20 solo dancers of Daniele Cipriani Entertainment.

Hymn to communion and to the differences of cultures that have been confronted over the centuries from one side of the Mediterranean Sea to the other is a continuous becoming of visual suggestions, expertly evoked by a soundtrack, curated together with Paride Bonetta, in which popular of rare suggestion are mixed with transcripts còlte, from Mozart to Ligeti.

"Mediterranea" is not a narrative but evocative work: a true circumnavigation of the Mediterranean, through the music of the cultures that overlook it and which make the viewer travel in space and time.
Built with moments alternated in steps to two, the ballet unravels emphasizing youthful strength and beauty, energy and speed. The two male protagonists, the Man of the Earth and the Man of the Sea, act as the guiding thread of the show.

All dance is built in the coexistence of opposing emotions: energetic and scanned movements alternate with extremely lyrical passages.

The great Mediterranean fresco closes in a big final embrace between the dancers as a symbol of union between the different cultures that animate this Mare Nostrum.

The choreography is masterfully supported by the beautiful lights designed by Carlo Cerri that underline the different evocative atmospheres of the ballet.

Despite the 25 years that have passed, this ballet is more timely than ever because it is a mirror of these lands in which we are still confronting and clashing seemingly different cultures but with a common root: the Mediterranean.

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