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The Merry Widow Stage direction & Choreography: Giorgio Madia.
St Petersburg State Theatre for Musical Comedy, 2019.
DON JUAN Choreography & Direction: Giorgio Madia.
Staatsballett Berlin, Komische Oper Berlin 2014.
LA DOLCE VITA Choreography and Direction: Giorgio Madia.
Teater Vanemuine - Estonia, 2014.
A MIDSUMMERNIGHT'S DREAM Choreography and Direction: Giorgio Madia.
Opera Krakowska - Poland, 2019
WIENER BLUT Direction, Choreography and Light Design: Giorgio Madia.
Teater Vanemuine Tartu - Estonia, 2018.
CARMEN Direction and coreography: Giorgio Madia.
Theater Vanemuine, Estonia. 2015

Slide Giorgio Madia shines
as a director and choreographer
The Heart of the Theatre
in the Right Place.
Madia is one of the rare talents with this double gift, predestined to be a choreographer and director, whether it be ballet, operetta or in opera. What he presents is a theatre of pedigree, characterized by a refined aesthetic, not an empty aesthetic, an end in itself. KEEP READING Text by Volkmar Draeger

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GIORGIO MADIA

Pages: 130. 170 Images. 19 costume sketches. 129 Model. Text by Marco Bussagli (Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome and Scholarship holder at Warburg and Courtauld Institute and the British Library in London, taught Iconology for specialization in History of Medieval and Modern Art at the University L.U.M.S.A. of Palermo and Contemporary Art at the Faculty of Architecture de "La Sapienza" in Rome (Valle Giulia). He is a knight of the Italian Republic for artistic and scientific merits.)Pages: 156. 166 Images. 172 costume sketches. 30 Model. Text by Paolo Sacchini (art critic, Professor of History of Contemporary Art at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brescia.)

Pages: 130. 170 Images. 19 costume sketches. 129 Model. Text by Marco Bussagli (Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome and Scholarship holder at Warburg and Courtauld Institute and the British Library in London, taught Iconology for specialization in History of Medieval and Modern Art at the University L.U.M.S.A. of Palermo and Contemporary Art at the Faculty of Architecture de "La Sapienza" in Rome (Valle Giulia). He is a knight of the Italian Republic for artistic and scientific merits.)

Pages: 132. 236 Images. Text by Volkmar Draeger.

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