RETURNCamera Alessandro

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Set designer
He started designing for opera while still completing his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Brera, when he worked with Luciano Damiani. He has set designs for ancient drama, experimental projects, theatre and cinema. In 1997 he began his intensive collaboration with set and costume designer William Orlandi. Together they worked on Massenet’s Don Quichotte and Prokofiev’s The Love for Three Oranges (both dir. by Gilbert Deflo) in Opéra Bastille, Paris. He has designed for numerous operas worldwide such as Monteverdi’s Orfeo and Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades (Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona), Cavalleria rusticana and La Gioconda (Zurich Opera), Semiramis (Rossini Opera Festival, Pesaro), Nabucco, Pagliacci and Cavalleria rusticana (Arena di Verona), Carmen (Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet), Salome (Bologna), Rigoletto (Lausanne), Falstaff (Naples). He has received the Vittorio Gassman Αward (2007) and Le Maschere Award (2012). // Last update of the biography: April 2022.