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PROGRAMMA DI SALA “GISELLE” (STAGIONE DI BALLETTO 2018/2019)

PROGRAMMA DI SALA “GISELLE” (STAGIONE DI BALLETTO 2018/2019)

PROGRAMMA DI SALA “L’ELISIR D’AMORE” (STAGIONE D’OPERA 2018/2019)

PROGRAMMA DI SALA “L’ELISIR D’AMORE” (STAGIONE D’OPERA 2018/2019)

KEY RING “LA SCALA 1778”

KEY RING “LA SCALA 1778”

MAGNETE “IDOMENEO”

Magnet

Dimensions: 5,4 cm * 7,8 cm

MAGNET “TURANDOT”

Magnet

Dimensions: 5,4 cm * 7,8 cm

MAGNET “L’ELISIR D’AMORE”

Magnet

Dimensions: 5,4 cm * 7,8 cm

MAGNET “LA TRAVIATA”

Magnet

Dimensions: 5,4 cm * 7,8 cm

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THEATRE PROGRAMME “WINTERREISE” (BALLET SEASON 2018/2019)

THEATRE PROGRAMME “WINTERREISE” (BALLET SEASON 2018/2019)

DE CHIRICO ALLA SCALA

DE CHIRICO ALLA SCALA

Curated by Vittoria Crespi Morbio

 

Young Giorgio de Chirico (1888-1978) made his debut in the theatre world with the Ballets Suédois and the Ballets Russes in the 1920s. At the time he believed that opera was a genre on the wane. And yet he would devote a considerable part of his artistic career to the musical theatre, signing dozens of performances for the leading Italian institutions. Ranging from echoes of Metaphysical painting to a conception of a neo-classical and neo-baroque ‘Grand Théâtre’, his work as a set and costume designer was a perpetually evolving challenge, now won and then lost, but is above all the secret and problematic self-portrait of an outstanding figure in 20th-century art.

 

Publisher: Amici della Scala – Grafiche Step Editrice

Text: Italian and English

Pages: 224

Format: 12,7 * 17,6 cm

KOKKOS ALLA SCALA

KOKKOS ALLA SCALA

Curated by Vittoria Crespi Morbio

 

Scenographer, costume designer, and director, Yannis Kokkos is one of the leading figures in contemporary theatre. Greek by birth and Parisian by choice, he developed a highly original conception of dramaturgy, starting from drawing, the matrix of the creative idea: drawing whereby the stage action unfolds, in its perspectives, like an ongoing flow. Essential rather than decorative, the stage according to Kokkos enchanted the audience of La Scala in a historic version of Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande and masterpieces by Wagner, Gluck, and Pizzetti. Elegance and simplicity are steeped in a symbolic intensity echoing the theatre of ancient Greece.

 

Publisher: Amici della Scala – Grafiche Step Editrice

Text: Italian and English

Pages: 192

Format: 12,7 * 17,6 cm

OPPO ALLA SCALA

OPPO ALLA SCALA

Curated by Vittoria Crespi Morbio

 

Extremely powerful, feared, and respected under the Fascist regime, Cipriano Efisio Oppo (1891-1962) was almost forgotten after the war, and today his name and his work are scarcely known. He was harmed by his political credo that led him to become a deputy in Parliament and director of the Quadriennale romana, a tireless organiser of events. Yet Oppo was a complex, many-sided figure, willing to promote ‘rebellious’ artists and developing a poetics including his theatre work as scenographer and costume designer that remains a legacy worthy of attention. His stagings at La Scala, in Rome, in Florence, partake of the tradition of Italian painting and assert an Olympian serenity, unperturbed before the tragedies of History.

 

Publisher: Amici della Scala – Grafiche Step Editrice

Text: Italian and English

Pages: 200

Format: 12,7 * 17,6 cm

STREHLER AND HIS SCENOGRAPHERS

STREHLER AND HIS SCENOGRAPHERS

Curated by Vittoria Crespi Morbio

 

Giorgio Strehler’s theatre questioned modern culture from the postwar period to the present.
Countless studies, analyses, and reflections were devoted to him, but one aspect has never been systematically examined: the relationship between the director and his scenographers. This is a crucial critical issue however, and perusing it throughout Strehler’s career leads to discover new aspects and confute prejudice. Along this path, that is not Always straight, we encounter great names of 20th-century painting, including Guttuso and Clerisi, Savinio and Casorati, and Leonor Fini, until it Narrows down to three outstanding figures: Gianni Ratto, Luciano Damiani, and Ezio Frigerio, the scenographers od Strehler’s most memorable performances.

 

Publisher: Amici della Scala – Grafiche Step Editrice

Text: Italian and English

Pages: 232

Format: 25 * 31 cm