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Mozart, Mozart, everywhere: on round chocolates, coffee cups, towels, in our ears and hearts. In addition to his immortal music, his equally complex personality continues to fascinate today. Our image of Mozart is largely shaped by legends, superlatives and commercialism. In addition to his enormous oeuvre, Mozart also left behind countless letters that provide insight into his biography and his thoughts. However, the film AMADEUS by Miloš Forman brought the Mozart hype to a new high, including a romantic conspiracy theory. Georg Reischl and the guest choreographer Luca Signoretti dedicate a dance evening to the exceptional musician and person, in which music is the starting point. The rehearsals for this dance evening had already started last season, but had to be stopped in the second lockdown. The evening remained at a still sketchy stage. Dance director Georg Reischl has decided to postpone the piece until this season because he is still very concerned with the playful approach to Mozart's music and the examination of tradition and existence. MOZART MOZART is a multifaceted evening - with 100 percent Mozart as the soundtrack, played by the Regensburg Philharmonic Orchestra. Musical direction: Arturo Del Bo Choreography and direction: Luca Signoretti, Georg Reischl Stage: Natascha von Steiger Costumes: Min Li Light: Wanja Ostrower Dramaturgy: Christina Schmidt With: Laureen Olivia Drexler, Elisabet Morera Nadal, Rei Okunishi, Louisa Poletti, Giorgia Scisciola; Filippo Buonamassa, Alessio Burani, Bartłomiej Kowalczyk, Lucas Roque Machado, David Nigro, Tommaso Quartani
The other Me - National Theater Mannheim
With "The other Me" Luca Signoretti has further developed his creation "The Other" (premiere on May 14, 2022). The quality of one's life is co-determined by the quality of the relationships one leads - and that includes the relationship with oneself. Learning to love yourself is critical to your own happiness, success in relationships, and the way you interact with the world. Those who don't love themselves first tend to lose themselves in relationships and take on characteristics that their partner expects. Luca Signoretti has taken these thoughts further in the more detailed discussion of issues related to personality development and once own ego. The other Me Description: The quality of your life is the quality of your relationships” – and that includes your relationship with yourself. Learning how to fall in love with yourself is essential to your own happiness, to your success in relationships and to the way you interact with the world. We’ve all heard that we need to love ourselves before we can truly love anyone else. When you don’t love yourself first, you’ll tend to get lost in relationships. You may take on the qualities your partner wants you to have instead of staying true to yourself, find yourself unable to set boundaries or become very needy and always want to be around your partner. This can work at first, but ultimately you’ll end up driving most partners away. Part of knowing how to love yourself in a relationship is being able to identify and communicate your needs and having the confidence to fly solo once in a while.
Die Orgel Tanzt
“Die Orgel tanzt” Premier 17.09.23 25-järighes Jubiläum KKL This choreography embodies the essence of the passacaglia by incorporating the circular Movements, the suppleness and the overwhelming energy of dance in a magical way connects with each other in a way. The silver globes float in the air as messengers of the endless Continuity of the passacaglia, while the light veil moves with grace and delicacy moves and symbolizes the fluidity and elegance of the movements. The choreography unfolds in a sequence of unique moments in which the cadences of the passacaglia Intertwining sounds from other eras and engaging the audience in an exciting narrative include. The climax is a finale that has a deep connection to the music and dance yourself and leaves a feeling of wonder and admiration. This Choreography is an undeniable tribute to the inherent beauty of the passacaglia and suggestive power that captures the viewer's heart and soul offers an unforgettable experience. Organ: Suzanne Z’Graggen Choreography: Linda Magnifico & Luca Signoretti Dancers: Valeria Marangelli, Igli Mezini and the participation of the tanZdas dancers. “Fiesta” choreography: Raphaela Zurkinden & Daniela Fischer #zusammenbesondereserleben #25jahrekklluzern #lucerne #luzern #dance #Dieorgeltanzt #Orgel #organ #lifemusic#livemusic
Top oder Flop - Tanz Luzern Theater
Top oder Flop What does it mean to be successful? Money, many friendships, many clicks on Instagram? And makes success happy? In contrast, how do you recognize a failure? How young people answer these and related questions for themselves should be the starting point of a new dance production by TanzLuzern. In order to ensure that the perspective of the target group is really at the center of the finished dance piece, an unusual path of piece development is taken during the creation: Even before the first step in the dance studio is taken, there is an exchange between the artistic team and a Lucerne school class during workshops, in which the topic is illuminated in a variety of ways. The results of this process flow into the choreography. The young people of the godfather class not only experience first-hand how a dance piece is created, but also get an impression of the everyday work of the dance company in their city. Choreografie: Luca Signoretti Bühne: Selin Samci Kostüme: Sarah Hofer Licht: Ivo Schnider Dramaturgie und konzeptionelle Mitarbeit: Wanda Puvogel TanzLuzern: Dario Dinuzzi / Igli Mezini Giulia Esposito / Phoebe Jewitt Hanna Hughes Mathew Prichard / Flavio Quisisana Zhiyelun Qi / Andrea Lippolis Tanaka Roki / Valeria Marangelli Grazia Scarpato / Nina Ritter
REWIND - NW Dance Project ( Portland )
Work in progress, together with the dancers of LAUNCH 11. Music: Pet (Headz) - Scanner Pretty Creatives International Choreographic Competition winner, Luca created in 5 days 2 different pieces with 40 dancers — " Rewind " is one of the two pieces. Performed on July 16 at Lincoln Performance Hall.
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