Dei Crinali tells about a landscape that leads towards suspension, towards falling and, at the same time, towards the constant attempt of mutation; without declaring an end about its exploration. The ridges are idealistic horizons: literally, they are lines connecting the highest points of a mountainous survey, between each other. The ridge is an achievable horizon, you can only observe it from the bottom of the mountain. During the entire climb, a landscape does not allow you to see at what is beyond it, the sky is clear-cut of it, and your steps are moved by your wide imagination. You are walking through a landscape, that it is an intense mixture within the element of itself, you become part of it until you will recognise your physical suspension between heaven and earth. There , and only there, you are at the edge, on the earth’s back, and you will find a balance between two different places on the top of a thin line. This amazing line is the conjunction between all the elements, and it will become, their incredible pathway.
Friday 09 October
Brescia | Teatro Grande
corso Zanardelli, 9a
duration: 55 minutes
choreography Manfredi Perego
music Paolo Codognola
withAndrea Dionisi, Maxime Freixas, Manfredi Perego
light designer Antonio Rinaldi
costume design Antonella Faccini
production Fondazione Musica Per Roma
artistic residences Fondazione Teatro 2 Parma, Fondazione Nazionale della Danza/Aterballetto Reggio Emilia, AMAT, ACS Abruzzo
thanks to Rete Anticorpi
project winner of Premio Equilibrio Roma 2014
supported by Fondo per la Danza d’Autore Regione Emilia Romagna 2015/2016
Coming from sports and martial arts world, he met contemporary dance.
In 2002 he won a scholarship at Accademia Isola Danza (Venice), directed by Carolyn Carlson. Since 2005, he has been working in different contemporary dance companies in Italy, Germany, Switzerland. During the last two years, he resumed the study of martial arts. In 2014 he won Premio Equilibrio with solo piece “Grafiche del silenzio”. In 2015 he created Dei Crinali performed for the first time in Rome during Festival Equilibrio. His work considers nature as a metaphor of human condition.