After a brilliant career as a dancer with the Ballet du XXe siècle and the Béjart Ballet Lausanne, Giorgio Mancini was appointed director of the Ballet du Grand Théâtre de Genève at the age of 31 after having danced with the company during several seasons. Nine years later he took over as director of the MaggioDanza dance company in Florence where he remained until 2007. After working as a freelance choreographer for three years, Giorgio Mancini has now decided to set up his own dance company, the GM Ballet, with the goal of bringing dance to unexpected places and to the widest possible audience.
… peace amongst men, calm upon the open sea undisturbed by breath of air, a bed and sleep for those
Created for the Ballet du Grand Théâtre de Genève, in 2003, the ballet “Words no longer heard” is a work inspired by the theory of two halves as discussed by Plato in The Symposium and set to a drama penned...
Franz is in love with the dancing doll and incites the jealousy of his friend Swanilda with his obs
At the request of the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, in 2009 Giorgio Mancini revisited the classical ballet Coppelia. Giorgio Mancini’s choreography places the intrigue of the Hoffmann tale “The Sandman” in th...
In-Contro or quite simply the meeting of two gender.
In-Contro is the first choreography that Giorgio Mancini created for Isabella Padovani and himself when he was still a dancer at the Grand Théâtre de Genève. This ballet was later performed by the Conservato...