Triple appointment on New Year’s Eve with the ”Borghi Maestri” review

PETRITOLI – Events at the Teatro dell’Iride with the great Masters of the Scene to celebrate the end of 2022 and the beginning of 2023. The award-winning Ukrainian mimes Dekru will be the protagonists and space for music and Opera with Alessandro Calamai and other excellent performers.

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Ukrainian mimes Dekru

The “Borghi Maestri della Scena” review offers a triple appointment to celebrate the end of 2022 and the beginning of 2023 with theatre, great music and Opera at the Teatro dell’Iride in Petritoli.

On 30 December at 21 is staged lo show “Light Souls” by Dekruaward-winning quartet of Ukrainian mimes whose physical virtuosity entertained and moved spectators from all over the world. Thanks to the sole use of the body, during the show many original characters appear before our eyes who act in many different places giving life to a diverse set of independent scenes which go to create a funny story of the vicissitudes of the human being. That of Dekru it’s a universal language that speaks to everyone elor viewer is accompanied on a journey filled with laughs in comedy of lifebetween poetry And social satire.
Light souls is a show written and directed by the director Liubov Cherepakhina, teacher of the prestigious Academy of Variety and Circus Arts in Kiev. Spiritual heirs of Marcel Marceaui Dekru are the new masters of physical theatre, awarded in numerous industry reviews, including the Moscow World Circus Festival and the Odessa Clown and Mimi Festival. The quartet was chosen to perform during the Hearing of Pope francesco for the Jubilee of Popular Entertainment and on television amazed the jurors of Ukraine’s got talent And You are worth Italy.

The December 31st from 10 pm a special evening is scheduled, a musical journey from the “Bel Canto” to the “Gospel” with extraordinary interpreters of lyrical and light music, among which the baritone-bass Alessandro Calamai – directed during his prestigious career by masters such as Zubin Mehta and directors such as Luca Ronconi, soprano Selene Fiaschi – highly experienced interpreter with leading roles in leading productions of the national and international opera scene, the pianist Daniele Biagini and the Neapolitan singer Antonella Grumelli. At the stroke of midnight the celebrations for the new year will be guaranteed by another trip, this time for food and winein the rooms adjacent to the theatre, with sweets, local products, typical food, DOC and DOP sparkling wines from the network Slow food. After the toast, back to the Theater for the grand finale with the last rounds of Blues and Jam Sessions.

The January 1st Alessandro Calamai will also be among the protagonists of the debut of a new staging de “The Servant Mistress”created by the company Il teatro Che Cammina e produced by the Borghi Maestri projectwhich activated the creative workshop “Borghi Maestri della Scena” in December. The female voice is that of Yao Suna young promise of Chinese-born Opera, the musical part is taken care of by the maestro Daniel Biaginithe dumb servant is played by the Neapolitan actor Luigi Panico and the direction is taken care of by the French Jean Menigaultmime trained at the school of Etienne Decroux.

Tickets for shows can be purchased at the theater box office from 2 hours before the start, but it is highly recommended to buy them on the site

Villages Masters of the Scena” is the theatrical and musical review that the PNRR “Borghi Maestri” project launched last November 19 at the Teatro dell’Iride, a magnificent nineteenth-century theater in Petritoli, with top-level shows presented by Italian and international artists. Under the artistic direction of Joseph Nuciari (I have an idea association), the organization of Francis Marilungo (ArTime association) and the coordination ofInternational Open Street Association aisbl (Brussels), recitals, monologues, concerts of contemporary and classical music will alternate on stage.


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Triple appointment on New Year’s Eve with the ”Borghi Maestri” review