New 2017 production
Balletto di Roma has entrusted the re-interpretation of Giselle to the contemporary authors Itamar Serussi Sahar and Chris Haring.
A dance performance with video interactions for a young audience by Alessandro Sciarroni.
Fabrizio Monteverde reinterprets the most famous of the classical repertoire’s opera ballets with music by P. I. Čajkovskij
Through the use of contemporary dance, Contemporary Tango’s goal is to describe the “social tango”
The Reveals project brings dance to museums and exhibition spaces
For the presentation of performances and events, Balletto di Roma proposes many accessory educational activities
Balletto di Roma takes part in the international collaboration led by the historical Swedish dance company Culberg Ballet
An evening dedicated to two author’s investigation on the concept of gender, a magnifying lens on what is masculine and what is feminine.
La canzone di Lucio Dalla incontra i volti e i colori della danza di oggi.
Set in a timeless future, this work touches the themes of the diversity of love: desire, erotic fantasy and subconscious are seamlessly intertwined to...
In this new version, The Nutcracker is a sinister character, a faithful reflection of the current generation, untimely deprived of its childhood.
Four choreographers with different artistic careers in an evening that is characterised by many choreographic languages.
A work that explores the theme of the ambiguity of feelings, the duality of love, the diversities that exist within all of us.
A young maiden in her prime meets Death, who invites her to follow him.
A broken heel, lipstick is smeared around grimacing mouths that desperately pretend to smile.
As it is known to all, in the theatrical tradition only the insane speak the truth, and this is the contemporary dance example.