Calcagno and his young choreographers who invaded the stage of the Theater of Regions, created an interactive atmosphere.
The “Four Seasons” was a demonstration of the art of ballet in all its magnificence, enhanced by a beautiful scenic dramaturgy by Emilio Calacagno that raised the paradox of life and Man.
The first paradox presented life as a happy or unhappy instant, while the second showed it as an instant between birth and death and the third presented life as both tragic and comical.
With 13 dancers, this choreographer has brilliantly managed to revisit one of Vivaldi’s masterpieces where cycles of life are marvelously celebrated with dances crossing space and time, in a daring confrontation between the music of Vivaldi and the bodies of Tunisian dancers.
It was a very festive and colorful show reflecting the image of a new Tunisia and inspired from the everyday life of dancers, their way of being, their desires and their culture.
The show was a beautiful performance that celebrated the art of ballet in all its magnificence with an excellent harmony between music, costumes and gestures.