RETURNSilvia Aymonino

Silvia Aymonino

Costume Designer
She was born in Rome. She worked since her youth at the Sartoria Tirelli fashion house in Rome. From 1985 to 1993, she worked with director George Alberti in the production of costumes by celebrated designers (Piero Tosi, Pier Luigi Pizzi, Franca Squarciapino, Carlo Diappi, Paul Brown, etc.), in films such as The Name of the Rose (1985) and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988). As an assistant costume designer, he worked for ten years with Hugo de Ana, as well as with Giovanna Buzzi (Ricciardo e Zoraide, 1990 / Elektra, 1994, etc.), Piero Tosi (Don Carlos, 1991 / Aida, directed by Franco Zefirelli at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo, etc.), Maurizio Millenotti and Alessandro Lai. As a costume designer, she debuted in 1996 at the Opera of Rome, where she did the costumes for the opera Turandot, directed by Stefano Monti. She has also collaborated many times with Franco Ripa di Meana (L'Italiana in Algeri], 1998 / Simon Boccanegra, 2003), Marco Gandini (Die Zauberflöte, 2006 / Così fan tutte, 2009), Andrea Liberovici, Luca Ronconi (Suor Angelica, 2008), Damiano Michieletto (Il barbiere di Siviglia, Geneva, 2010), Daniele Salvo, Francesco Micheli (La bohème, Teatro La Fenice, Venice, 2011 / Roméo et Juliette, The Verona Arena, 2011) and Lorenzo Mariani (Tosca, Opéra de Nice, 2012). // Last update of the biography: June 2018 – The list of the productions below is complete.