21 Colleoni Street, Bergamo Upper City
First national repetition
Seeds – make space for blooming creativity
“Wabi-Sabi”, from Japanese, means a vision of the world centered on accepting impermanency of things and on search for beauty in the imperfection and incompletion of our lives. Wabi-Sabi explores our life journey as individuals, generally always dissatisfied and at various stages of anguish, and it triggers a reflection on our own existence. Accepting the core of our nature and of beauty that can be found in imperfection leads to growth, renaissance and joy.
Sofia Nappi, choreographer and professional dancer, graduated at Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, in New York, and is now studying with Batsheva Dance Company to become a teacher of Gaga technique. Sofia is a performer in many internationally famous artists’ works as well as artistic director and co-founder of the “KOMOKO” project, together with the composer and violinist Alice Nappi. She has been resident choreographer at Nimbus Dance Works in New York for her creation “Wabi-Sabi”, and won the international ban for young choreographers at Biennale of Venice in 2019. In 2020 she presented her choreographic project IMA at the International Festival of Contemporary Dance at Biennale of Venice. In 2021 her creation, Wabi-Sabi, won the ban Komm Tanz 2021.
Choreography Sofia Nappi
Dancers Sofia Nappi, Adriano Popolo Rubbio, Paolo Piancastelli
Costumes Sofia Nappi
Light Design Emiliano Minoccheri
Production Sosta Palmizi con KOMOCO/Sofia Nappi
With the support of New Master Ballet along with the Municipality of Sestri Levante, KOMMTANZ/Passo Nord residenze Compagnia Abbondanza/Bertoni in collaboration with the Municipality of Rovereto.
Awards Special Mention for the Theodor Rawyler 2020 Price
Ph Alessandro Botticelli
Tickets on https://festivaldanzaestate.18tickets.it
At the end of the evening, #D_talk will take place, a chat between the artist and Lorenzo Conti
FDE Festival Danza Estate supports #tuocarmine, the culturally oriented restoration project of the cloister of Carmine, meant as an artistic place for research, training and production to be shared with national and international entities, with a multidisciplinary outlook.
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