DVD + Blu-Ray:
La Grande Danza: Aterballetto in Milan
The Aterballetto welcomes esteemed choreographers Jiří Pokorny, Giuseppe Spota and Philippe Kratz for "La Grande Danza".
La Grande Danza: Aterballetto in Milan © EuroArts Music International
La Grande Danza: Aterballetto in Milan (Header-Image) © EuroArts Music International
La Grande Danza: Aterballetto in Milan (Front-Cover) © EuroArts Music International
Aterballetto is the principal producing and touring dance company in Italy. They are well-known for their ability to shift their style across a wide range of musical genres, from classical to pop and jazz.
Jiří Pokorny’s "Words and Space" is a metaphor of an intrapersonal speech, a book full of floating stories. It is personal, intimate and very poetic.
Philippe Kratz' "Phoenix" is inspired by the idea of the infinite circular motion of life: Birth, growth, immobility, death and finally birth once again.
In "Narcissus" Giuseppe Spota takes a look at the youth of today. Are they ready to come out of their virtual frames and face the mirror of everyday life?
Original title La Grande Danza: Aterballetto in Milan
Recording location Milan, Italy
Production year 2017
Duration 85 mins
Video format DVD: NTSC – 16:9 | BD: Full HD – 16:9
Audio format DVD: PCM Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.0, dts 5.0 | BD: PCM Stereo, dts-HD Master Audio 5.0
Production Company EuroArts Music International, ZDF, 3sat
Director Andreas Morell
Composer Georg Friedrich Händel, Joby Talbot, Borderline Order
Choreography by Jiří Pokorny, Giuseppe Spota, Philippe Kratz
Dance Company Aterballetto
Costumes Carolina Mancuso, Francesca Messori, Costanza Maramotti
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