Unmissable appointment on Sunday 2 October at the Titano Theater, at 6 pm, for the XXIV Autumn Music Review. The international dance étoile Liliana Cosi talks about herself in an interview-concert for the San Marino public.
An artistic career, his, in which music was the first and constant inspiration. We are used to hearing stories of emotions or interpretations of characters but much less what the music inspires, as an additional value, to the choreographic creation. Music ignites the idea and the creation of a choreography. Tchaikovsky, Chačaturjan, Prokofiev and many others have written musical masterpieces for this art where, as for music, no words are used. Beyond the character, beyond the role, each artist brings his inner world to the stage, his sharing of absolute values, the search for him, aspiring to a profound fusion that can reach the public.
To say that music is important for a dancer is too little, there is more: Liliana Cosi what she says is music for her, what it is for her to dance to certain music, to her favorites, with her tireless technical research and amazed inner dedication. In dialogue with Alfonso De Filippis, she tells us everything that goes beyond the indispensable preparatory technical work: she tells us how the body translates and shares. About her One of her great teachers of hers in Russia told her before her debut at the Bolshoi: “Now forget everything I taught you and dance with your Italian soul“.
Stefano Malferrari and Silvia Turchetti will play the most important pieces of his career on the piano. They will be an artistic and emotional link for the words of the étoile from La Scala: “What has guided my way of dancing is trying to be the music, one with the music. Something unattainable, but beautiful“.
The XXIV edition of the Autumn Music Review, a project conceived and curated by the Camerata del Titano Music Association of San Marino, is promoted by the Cassa di Risparmio di San Marino, the International Music Summer Courses and the Società Unione Mutuo Soccorso with the patronage of State Secretariat for Education and Culture.
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