The Paris opera arrives in Pietrasanta with a theatrical performance performed
by Italian dancers who study and perform at
the great work of Paris.
The show will be on July 17th at 9.30pm at the Great Theater the
Versiliana in Pietrasanta.
In the show we will be able to see 10 Italian boys out of only 17 foreigners who do
part of the Paris opera, which will make anyone fall in love with the beautiful art
of classical dance.
The credit for the realization of this show goes to the Principal dancer Alessio Carbone who conceived it
show and to Simone Valastro, who created a capable choreography
to highlight every characteristic of the dancers.
This show has also already been critically acclaimed and will make many stops
throughout Italy in the best theaters.
The show is subject to a fee.
Tickets are limited.
The Paris Opera – History
The Paris Opera is the most prestigious ballet school in the world.
It was founded in 1713 by Louis XIV and the main rule is discipline and hard work.
Access to the school is very strict and strict.
Each year they admit between 30 and 40 students who have to pass two tests
one physics, in which the right proportions of the body are evaluated and another one of dance.
Millions of spectators visit it every year which is one of the busiest theaters in the world.