Juliano Nunes


Jul 10, 2021

Synergy explores the topic of unity and the power that origins from it. “We are made out of synergy parts combined by energy. Together we are stronger, our voices louder, and the synergy of our actions is more powerful”.

The brilliant young choreographer, Juliano Nunes, with his innovative way of translating the Ballet vocabulary into modern times and his emotional research, returns to Orsolina28 for the Focus On Creation residency to choreograph a new piece in collaboration with four dancers. On July 10, experience the premiere of this original work, Synergy, on the Open Air Stage.

Nunes will open the show performing “Bird”, an experimental solo created for the Origen Festival Cultural 2021, where the choreographer experiments the freedom, hope, and innocence of creation.

The closing piece will be “Debussy”, a pas de deux on Clair de Lune’s musical notes, starring Christie Partelow and Toon Lobach. Piano: Valentina Messa.


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    Formatosi al Brazilian Dance Conservatory di Rio de Janeiro, Juliano Nunes (1990) ha proseguito i suoi studi alla University of Performing Arts di Mannheim in Germania dove ha conseguito la Laurea e un Master.

    Ha fatto parte di Compagnie come il Royal Ballet of Flanders, il Leipzig Opera Ballet, il Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe e lo Stuttgart Gauthier Dance e ha lavorato con coreografi come William Forsythe, Christopher Wheeldon, Hans van Manen, Jirí Kylián, Ohad Naharin, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Yuri Grigorovich, Akram Kahn e molti altri.

    Ha continuato a ricevere il plauso della critica per le sue coreografie e ha creato pezzi per: Royal Ballet di Londra, Nederlands Dans Theatre 2, Acosta Danza, Pennsylvania Ballet, Atlanta Ballet, Mariinsky Theatre, Ballet Zürich Opera House, Ballet Jazz de Montreal, Staatstheater Hannover, Origen Festival Cultural, Teatro San Carlo e ha creato per la nuova serie Netflix “Tiny Pretty Things”.