Anyla Kraja with “I tesori del cuore” premiere in Rome

On Saturday, December 14, 2019, at the prestigious “QUIRINO” theater in Rome, the premiere performance titled “Treasures of the Heart” will be available for the public. The idea of ​​this spectacle relates to a well-known name of Albanian music, violinist Anyla Kraja who has been living and practicing artistic activity in Rome for many years. The show will be produced by the cultural society “NAM ART” under the auspices of the Embassy of the Republic of Albania in Italy with the participation of artists: choreographer Diana Ferrara, pianists Fausto Di Cesare and Barbara Brandani, actor Alen Xhafa, dancers of “Astra Roma” Ballet, “with the extraordinary participation of renowned actor Livio Beshir.

 

The synergi of classical music, ballet and spoken word will come to the audience at a spectacle held by the firm of director Angela Ceruti.

Seven ballet dancers, a violin and a piano (four hands) along with the actor spoken word will give life to a magical performance as the producer of this show, Anyla Kraja herself calls it.

Discovering, loving and learning to live with diversity in a creative, original and clever way: these will be the elements that will be intertwined in this weekend’s show.

 In the same scene come four different artistic languages ​​with their peculiarities: classical music, dance, word and light.

The show will be held on Saturday at 9pm. Music has been selected from the works of composers: Bach, C.Debussy, G.Faurè, J.Massenet, F.Chopin, J. Williams and F. Liszt.

The script is written by the actor  Alen Xhafa and Angela Ceruti.

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