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DANZA&DANZA International Magazine Mar/Apr Back Issue

View Reviews   |   Write Review Only €2,99 Danza&Danza is the leading Italian dance magazine. Dedicated to ballet and dance since 1986 and published in Milan, it offers bimonthly interviews with dance stars, news from the Italian dance scene, reviews and features on ballet and contemporary dance plus a shopping section. .. read more  The Danza&Danza International edition is not simply a translation of the Italian magazine (print and digital), it has been created with an international audience mind. An edition for anyone who wants to find out more about great Italian theatres and festivals. Includes multimedia contents exclusively available on the app.  read less
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DANZA&DANZA International  |  Mar/Apr  


Woolf Works, created by Wayne McGregor for the Royal Ballet in 2015 starring the Italian Prima ballerina assoluta Alessandra Ferri, is about to enter the repertoire of La Scala Theatre Ballet. For the occasion, we’ve criss-crossed the thoughts of the energetic British choreographer – who also discusses other projects in the works – with those of Ferri, who will be appearing in the title at La Scala in April opposite the Royal Ballet Principal dancer Federico Bonelli.
Rather elusive due to his shy and retiring nature, the director of the Mariinsky Ballet Yuri Fateev granted Danza&Danza a lengthy interview, revealing his vision for the company in the new millennium. .. read more
Peeping Tom is a hot name on the European dance scene. Behind the brand is a couple of artists, who are life partners too: Gabriela Carrizo and Franck Chartier. In anticipation of the world debut in Luxembourg of their new work Kind, the last in their trilogy on the family, we went to meet them. Also in this issue, we introduce our international readers to a special, Italian phenomenon, Fattoria Vittadini: a collective of ten choreographer-performers that can handle a wide range of diverse projects; and we review the key new productions in Italy and abroad. Among them, Winterreise by Angelin Preljocaj for La Scala Theatre Ballet; Carmen by Jiří Bubenícek and Benjamin Pech’s new Swan Lake for the Rome Opera Ballet; Christian Spuck’s Winterreise for Ballett Zürich; Carmen by Johan Inger for the Dresden Semperoper Ballett; Portrait Wayne McGregor for the Bayerisches Staatsballett; Dogs Sleep by Marco Goecke and Pontus Lidberg’s take on Les Noces for the Paris Opera Ballet.
For our in-depth cultural feature, we look at the legacy of the Bauhaus, the school founded by Walter Gropius in 1919, whose members included the dancer and painter Oskar Schlemmer, who greatly influenced dance in the decades that came after.
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Danza&Danza is the leading Italian dance magazine. Dedicated to ballet and dance since 1986 and published in Milan, it offers bimonthly interviews with dance stars, news from the Italian dance scene, reviews and features on ballet and contemporary dance plus a shopping section. The Danza&Danza International edition is not simply a translation of the Italian magazine (print and digital), it has been created with an international audience mind. An edition for anyone who wants to find out more about great Italian theatres and festivals. Includes multimedia contents exclusively available on the app.
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