Roberto Bolle at his first live after the pandemic: “Tonight everything is in the right place”

Roberto Bolle at his first live after the pandemic: “Tonight everything is in the right place”

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Roberto Bolle at his first live after the pandemic: “Tonight everything is in the right place”

At the Circus Maximus in Rome after the long period of compulsory detention due to the pandemic

Courier TV

It was not reported in the theater program, but Roberto Bolle at his first live at the Circus Maximus in Rome after the long period of compulsory detention due to the pandemic, he wanted to give his audience an unpublished piece on music by Alessandro Marcello, made of images of dance and also of words. He himself gives voice to an exciting reflection on the return to the stage “Tonight, after a long time, everything is in the right place. There you are, there is us and above all there is dance to unite us. And then here I feel reborn, vibrate again full of gratitude for this art which, with beauty, nourishes the best of us “. Liberating the long applause that welcomed her appearance on stage and this homage to theater and art in which there was no lack of reference to Carla Fracci remembered with a beautiful image in the video. Roberto Bolle’s summer tour began on July 13 at the Circus Maximus where he will repeat until the evening of the 15. July 17 will then be the turn of Florence, then San Francisco and finally the Arena di Verona where Bolle will perform with his Friends for two evenings, on 2 and 3 August. For September, a new edition of OnDance has already been announced, the great dance party conceived and organized by the dancer who brings together dance lovers of all kinds in Milan every year. On this return to live performances, albeit at reduced speeds, the Étoile expressed himself as follows: “Going back to dancing live is a great gift, even if at reduced capacity regimes. It is important, in my opinion, – said Roberto Bolle – in this moment to give strong signals of hope and commitment for a return to normality. We cannot allow ourselves to resign ourselves to a life without art and without live entertainment and too much time has passed. I find that it is the duty of us artists to take advantage of every opportunity that is given to us to return to the stage: for the public, for show workers, for ourselves. We cannot afford to get used to a life without art “

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