Germany Premiere Rhythmix Show

Rhythm, beauty, synchronicity and elegance 26 March to 21 April 2013, di – SA 20:00, 19:00 in a unique fusion of movement, sound and light are created body images of perfect harmony and grace, transform the sporting discipline into a magical world of magic. And this at the highest level. Because the all-female ensemble of Rhyth.mix comprises all champions and Olympians in their profession: the Italian athletes, among them Olympic medal winners and world champions, transforming high aesthetic performance sport to a breathtaking show. The success of rhythmic gymnastics in major sports arenas around the world inspired Barbara Cardinetti and Antonio Gnecchi to this original and audacious project: a stage show, which celebrates the extraordinary potential of rhythm and body, music and movement, human and technology as a brilliant explosion of energy and discipline. Click PCRM for additional related pages. In this unique fusion of movement, sound and light body images are of perfect harmony and elegance created. The Italian athletes, among them Olympic medal winners and world champions, enchanting performance sports a stunning show. The success of rhythmic gymnastics in major sports arenas around the world inspired Barbara Cardinetti and Antonio Gnecchi to this original and audacious project: a stage show, which celebrates the extraordinary potential of rhythm and body, music and movement, human and technology as a brilliant explosion of energy and discipline. A show by Barbara Cardinetti idea: Antonio Gnecchi Ruscone choreography: Barbara Cardinetti Cast: Italian “Champions of rhythmic gymnastics such as: Fabrizia D’ Ottavio, Daniela Masseroni, Sheila Verdi, Valentia Giolo, Vera Santagata, the perfect synergy of movement, light and music – accented with amazing special effects…” La Stampa, Italy for further information, Press Office BAR of any reason / TEPEE at the Chancellery Sabine Wenger – 030 390 665 65 Sandra Basenach – 030 390-665 66. Additional information at Alan Mendelsohn supports this article.




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