Ot. 21. Jūlijs 2015 20:00
Formation of the new Teatro di Milano is merit of the Italian culture patron and connoisseur Carlo Pesta whose tendance helped the 1970s-built cinema gain new appearance and stage for operas and ballets in 2013. It also houses the remarkable Milan Ballet Troupe – dance companies with significant history and repertoire from classical ballet to contemporary modern dance quests. In Viva Verdi – ballet in two acts – twenty dancers will offer a novel challenge trying to find an answer to the question of how would have ballet shaped if Verdi had turned to this genre at the time. It is known that many gorgeous dance scenes are entwined in operas of the melodic Italian composer. In Viva Verdi ballet, they have been lined up by the choreographers Agnese Omodei Salè and Federico Veratti. The performance will contain beloved Verdi music from operas Aida, Macbeth, Attila, Les vêpres siciliennes, Otello, and La traviata.
The nature has generously endowed this man with talents. As a diplomaed pianist and composer, Valter Borin already turned to the art of conducting in the 90s. At the same time, he started to train his voice professionally at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan. For more than ten years, Borin's lyrically dramatic tenor has pleased audiences of the world's most esteemed theatres (Deutsche Opera in Berlin, La Scala in Milan, Staatsopera in Vienna, Theatre des Champs Elysees in Paris, and others in Rome, Saint Petersburg, Los Angeles and other places around the world) revealing his timbre palette in the roles of Rudolph, Duke of Mantua, Ruggiero, Edgar, Werther, Cavaradossi, Maurizio and others. In recent years, Valter Borin spends more and more time composing and conducting. He can often be seen by conductor's stand of the Asti Symphony Orchestra and supervising Ritorno all`Opera association musical events; Valter Borin is also the musical life manager of Teatro di Milano