Alessia Gelmetti 
Alessia Gelmetti began to study ballet dancing in Verona with Maestro Dino Lucchetta in 1988 and, at the same time, she attended a number of classes given by internationally-famous teachers. She continued her dance classes in Florence at the "Scuola del balletto di Toscana" where she became a soloist in July 1997.  This was an opportunity which allowed her to dance in, amongst others, parts choreographed by Mauro Bigonzetti (Blue note, Don Giovanni, Mediterranea, Turnpike and Voyeur), Fabrizio Monteverde (Roméo et Juliette, Otello, The Tempest and Bluebeard's Castle) and Eugenio Scigliano (Quasi una fantasia and Grief).

In 2001 she joined the Corps de ballet of the Fondazione Arena di Verona under the direction of Maria Grazia Garofoli, where she also interpreted roles as a soloist and lead dancer. The most important performances she has given were in Giselle in the title role, Lucetta in Two gentlemen of Verona, Princess Florina in Sleeping beauty, Aurora in Coppelia and the street dancer in Don Quixote. Other appearances have been in the ballets Stelle di oggi, Stelle di domani,  Gala d'autunno (staged last year and dedicated to Poliakov), Cavalleria rusticana, Chagrin d'amour, The Nutcracker and Zorba il greco. She has also danced in the operas La Traviata, Aida (as a soloist and lead dancer), Carmen and Il Trovatore.

December 2003 
On Stage
El amor brujo - Cavalleria RusticanaSonntag 8 März
um 15:30
in Teatro Filarmonico
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