A Corona Works presents "Impossible Love / Just Joy"
A Corona Works
Impossible Love / Just Joy
A Corona Works
Thursday, February 16 – Saturday, February 18
Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center at 280 Broadway (Entrance at 53 A Chambers Street)
Choreographed by Kristian Cellini
Impossible Love is a new dance-theater production choreographed by the innovative Italian choreographer Kristian Cellini. The inspiration and atmosphere comes from the romance ‘ The Lady of the Camellias’, revised in a contemporary version.
Cellini’s work highlight the sentimental and passionate aspects of the eternal love between the main characters, with the help of a narrator and the original music by Thomas Lentakis. The expressive peak in the choreography will be emphasized by the music of Frederic Chopin.
Choreographed by Guido Tuveri
Just Joy, choreographed by Guido Tuveri, is a collaboration with the artists celebrating the stages of life. It aims to show how even in times of difficulties and sorrow, dance will always bring passion and joy. The original music is by the American composer Thomas Lentakis.
Alessandra Corona started A Corona Works in New York City to create and develop new multi-disciplinary projects. Corona’s goal is to make artistic works that integrate dance, music, theater, video and film arts, for presentation in the United States and around the world. Her passion is to create art collaborating with high-level professional artists from different performing art disciplines. Corona has assembled remarkable and unique artists and invites you to take a closer look at the work they are making, and to check back often for updates and news of projects, tours, and special events. For more information about the company please visit: www.acoronaworks.com
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