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Anbeta Toromani al Teatro Antico di Taormina - Preludes, 31 Agosto 2022

Anbeta Toromani was born in Tirana in Albania, where she attended the National Academy of Dance. Upon graduation, she completed her studies in Baku, Azerbaijan. Returning to Albania, she immediately joined the Ballet Corps of the Tirana Opera as Prima ballerina where, since her entry into the company, she has held the main roles of famous ballets such as "Giselle", "Don Quixote", "Cinderella", "Paquita", "Carmen".

In the 2002-2003 season she participates, arriving in the final, in the  program "Amici", conducted by Maria De Filippi, where, thanks to her extraordinary talent, she remains for several years, as Prima Ballerina and then as a judge , quickly winning the admiration of the general public.

Among the awards obtained in recent years the Gino Tani Prize for the performing arts and the Danza & Danza Prize. Anbeta Toromani has been invited to dance in various productions of opera and ballet, such as "Macbeth", directed by Pier Luigi Pizzi and choreography by Gheorghe Iancu, "Carmen", with choreography by Gheorge Iancu and the direction of the Award. Oscar Dante Ferretti.

From 2012 to 2017 he dances regularly for the San Carlo Theater in Naples, covering the main roles in "the Nutcracker", "Mozart Requiem" choreography by B.Eifman, "Otello" choreography by F. Monteverde, "Giselle" choreography by L. Semenyaka, "Coppelia" choreography by R.Petit, "Romeo and Juliet" choreography by M.Lavrovsky.  In 2013 he was a guest at the Bratislava Opera for "Romeo and Juliet" by Massimo Moricone, a ballet that was also successful in Itaolia with replicas in Rome, Udine, Rovigo and Gorizia.

From 2016 to today he is a guest for the productions of Nutcracker, Coppelia and Carmen by Maestro Amedeo Amodio with the production of Daniele Cipriani Entertainement for a tour in the major Italian theaters. Guest invited to numerous galas both in Italy and abroad

Anbeta Toromani

Alessandro Macario al Teatro Antico di Taormina - Preludes, 31 Agosto 2022

Born in Naples, Alessandro Macario joined the Teatro di San Carlo at the age of ten and graduated under the guidance of Anna Razzi in 1998.

In a few years he came to perform at La Scala in numerous ballets such as Nurejev's Cinderella; Romeo and Juliet by K. Macmillan; Excelsior of U. Dell'Ara; Ondine of Ashton; Prokovsky's The Great Gatsby; Amarcord by L.Cannito; La Strada di M.Pistoni; Giselle by P. Ruanne; Hynd's Nutcracker; Swan Lake by Nurejev, Etude by Harald Lander, Carmen by ROland Petit, The Prodigal Son by Balanchine, Troy Game by Robert North, Giselle by S. Guillem.

With the company of the Teatro alla Scala he participated in tours in Turkey, Poland and Japan in 2000 and in the United States and England in 2001. Immediately afterwards he won the Positano prize conferred by Prof. Alberto Testa.

He then danced with the Ballet of the Teatro Comunale in Florence, the Teatro di San Carlo in Naples, the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma where he danced in several main roles in the productions of Romeo and Juliet by J.Cranko, Don Quixote by Nurejev, Jerusalem by Luc Bouy, Festival of Spring, Shèhèrazade by Michel Fokine.

In recent years he dances regularly with Anbeta Toromani, his partner also in life, and together they are invited to dance in numerous productions and galas, in Italy and abroad.

Alessandro Macario

Amilcar Moret Gonzalez was born in Havana (Cuba). He graduated from the "National Ballet School of Cuba" studying with teachers of the caliber of Mirta Hermida, Magaly Suarez, Laura Alonso, Ofelia Gonzalez and Pablo Moret.

He was principal dancer at the "Bavarian State Ballet", "Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo", "Zurich Ballet" and "The Hamburg Ballet". He danced as a soloist in "Vier Temperamente" (George Balanchine), "Grosse Fuge" (Hans Van Manen), "Giselle" (Mats Ek), "The Unsung" (Josè Limòn), among which, "Lady of the Camellias "(John Neumeier)," Don Quixote "(Marius Petipa / Ray Barra).   Among his awards are the gold medal at the "Concours International de la Dance" (Paris 1996) and the bronze medal at the "Helsinki International Ballet & Coreography Competition" (1995). He also danced in leading roles in Brazil, the United States and Mexico in works such as "Coppèlia", "La fille mal gardèe", "The Nutcracker" and "Le Corsaire".

He worked as a professional dancer and ballet teacher in the TV show "Amici di Maria De Filippi".

In the role of principal freelance dancer he danced alongside Rossella Brescia in the creations "Carmen" and "Cassandra" by maestro Luciano Cannito. He was ballet master and guest principal dancer at Theater Kiel and guest principal dancer at Hamburg Ballet. He is currently principal dancer with the Kiel Company.

Amilcar Moret Gonzalez al Teatro Antico di Taormina - Preludes, 31 Agosto 2022

Amilcar Moret Gonzalez

Sofia Vasheruk began studying piano at Gnessin State Music College at the age of 4 (studio of Prof. A. Traub), and then at Chopin Music College in Moscow (Prof. K. Knorre).

During her studies, Sofia took part in several international competitions, such as The Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition in Brussels, Belgium (semifinalist); Sigsmund Thalberg International Piano Competition in Naples, Italy (3rd Prize); The Enschede International Piano Competition, The Netherlands (3rd Prize); André Dumortier International Piano Competition in Belgium (Grand Prix and special prizes); The Dutch National Piano Competition "Young Pianist Foundation" in Amsterdam, The Netherlands (3rd Prize) in which he performs the Piano Concerto no. 1 by Tchaikovsky in Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ with Noord Nederlands Orkest.

In 2012, Sofia completed her studies at the Artez Enschede Conservatory (Prof. M. Markov). In August 2014 Sofia received her Master's degree cum laude at the Artez Conservatory. Between 2012 and 2016 he continued his studies at the Music School of Fiesole (Florence), where he completed his postgraduate studies under the guidance of Prof. Eliso Virsaladze.

In recent years he has played a large number of concerts with orchestras in places such as the Juárez Theater in Guanajuato, (Mexico), Tchaikovsky Concert Hall of Moscow Philharmonic, Moscow (Russia), Palermo Classica International Festival (Italy), Plovdiv State Opera, ( Bulgaria), Aram Khachaturian Concert Hall in Yerevan, (Armenia), Auditorio de la Diputation de Alicante and Torrevieja Auditorio in Alicante, (Spain), Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ in Amsterdam, (Netherlands) Auditorio Boa Nova in Estoril (Portugal) ), collaborating with orchestras such as:, Noord Nederlands Orkest, Russian National Orchestra, Palermo Classica Festival Orchestra, Armenian State Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Guanajuato, Savaria Symphony Orchester, Romanian State Philharmonic Orchestra, Turkish National Philharmonic Orchestra and many others other.

In 2017 Sofia produced her first CD entitled “Reverie”, in homage to the centenary of the death of Claude Debussy. This project was supported by the Palermo Classica International Festival.

Sofia Vasheruk


Sofia Vasheruk

Massimo Moricone


Massimo Moricone

Italian dancer and choreographer, he founded the Koros Theater Company in 1983, collaborating over the years with prestigious institutions such as La Scala di Milano, Sagra Musicale Umbra, Fondo Pasolini, Biennale di Venezia, Dance Triennale Tokyo, Piccolo Teatro di Milano, Festival de Paris. He has presented his work in Belgium, France, Greece, Mexico, Cuba, India, Japan  and Spain.

In 1984 he won the First Prize at the Concours International de Choreographie de Nyon and received the Prix de l'Université de la Danse de Paris from Serge Lifar.

He was the guest choreographer at the Teatro alla Scala, Arena di Verona, Opera di Roma, San Carlo di Napoli, Balletto di Toscana, Aterballetto, MaggioDanza, Northern Ballet, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Ballet Nacional de Cuba, Scottish Ballet, Royal New Zealand Ballet, Slovack National Ballet.

In 1989 he has a constant collaboration with the Opera di Roma dance school as a professor of Contemporary Dance and choreographer and with equal duties since 2005 he is regularly invited to the Instituto Superior de Danza Alicia Alonso - Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid.

He has created choreographies for Carlos Acosta, Federico Bonelli, Josè Manuel Carreno, Alina Cojocaru, Lynne Charles, Vladimir Derevianko, Elisabetta Terabust, Luciana Savignano.


Luca Dall'Alpi

Luca Dall'Alpi has designed costumes for many opera productions including Lohengrin, La Vedova Allegra, Alceste, Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Ernani, Aida, Luisa Miller, La Traviata, Don Carlo, Rigoletto, La Damnation de Faust, L'Elisir d'amore, Don Giovanni and many other opera, musical and ballet productions. He has worked in the opera houses of Rome, Santiago de Chile, Bratislava, San Paolo, Palermo, Verona, Parma, Maribor and others.

Luca Dall'Alpi
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