Amati e Bacciardi: un intenso racconto per immagini del Rossini Opera Festival

In occasione del Rossini Opera Festival 2021 pubblichiamo l'intervista che i fotografi ufficiali del prestigioso festival hanno concesso in esclusiva ad Operafashion. Un incontro fortemente voluto, lungamente preparato in cui Fulvia Amati e Silvano Bacciardi hanno aperto lo scrigno della loro memoria e della loro arte per farci partecipi dei segreti che stanno dietro ad... Continue Reading →

Behind the scenes of Griselda at the Festival Valle d’Itria 2021

In the 300th anniversary of the first performance at the Festival della Valle d'Itria is staged Griselda by Alessandro Scarlatti with the conduction of George Petrou and the direction of Rosetta Cucchi. Operafashion met the costume designer Claudia Pernigotti who described the costumes designed for the protagonists Griselda (Carmela Remigio, soprano) and Gualtiero (Raffaele Pe,... Continue Reading →

Behind the scenes of the opera-movie “Adriana Lecouvreur” at the Teatro Comunale Bologna: the costume designer Claudia Pernigotti

After collaborating with Pasquale Grossi and William Orlandi as assistant to the sets and costumes, Claudia Pernigotti from 2000 to 2013 was the Head of the Costume Service of the Teatro Comunale in Bologna where she signed the costumes for numerous productions. She collaborates assiduously with the director Rosetta Cucchi for whose shows she has... Continue Reading →

Opera and art of fashion: Julie Anna Lewis and her opera-scarves

Fashion and Opera always make a winning combination! The American visual artist Julie Anna Lewis agree on that. After having won numerous awards for her work as graphic designer, since 2009 Julie Anna has been enchanted by watercolor, oil and acrylic painting. Eventually arriving at her preference of the quick and satifying results of acrylic.... Continue Reading →

“Photography must convey the expression of that is being sung on stage”. Inside the photography of Antoni and Toni Bofill

A double interview introduces a new section about stage photography, which will feature the most important professionals sharing their knowledge of photograpy and their feelings while working behind the camera. Thanks to a new collaboration with Jordi Pujal, Operafashion is honoured to host Antoni and Toni Bofill, two generations of legendary visual artist, official photographers... Continue Reading →

“La fotografía debe transmitir la expresión de lo que se canta”. Entremos en el universo de Antoni y Toni Bofill

Una entrevista a 4 manos para inaugurar una nueva sección dedicada a la fotografía de escena. Conversaciones con los grandes fotógrafos profesionales de hoy día que permitirán compartir su cultura fotográfica, su experiencia y sus sensaciones detrás de la cámara, esa cámara que les permite inmortalizar todo tipo de manifestaciones. Merced a una nueva colaboración... Continue Reading →

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