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Friedemann Vogel at Festival di Spoleto 30 June

Friedemann Vogel & Eleonora Abbagnato in “Nuit Blanche” wearing costumes by Maria Grazia Chiuri from Christian Dior ©Jean Couturier

Friedemann Vogel & Eleonora Abbagnato in “Nuit Blanche” wearing costumes by Maria Grazia Chiuri from Christian Dior ©Jean Couturier

Friedemann Vogel will be performing Sébastien Bertaud’s “Nuit Blanche” with special guest of the Festival Gala: Eleonora Abbagnato in the Spoleto Festival on Sunday 30 June, an evening dedicated to Italian ballet stars, with invited international artists.

Stuttgart Ballet Star Friedemann Vogel dances into the Fashion Heaven

“In his unique career, Friedemann Vogel, star of the Stuttgart Ballet, has seen much of the world. In Rome, he is now dancing in the sky of the fashion universe. “

The world renowned dancer speaks to  Stuttgarter Zeitung  about performing in a costume specially designed for him by Maria Grazia Chiuri of Christian Dior for the world premiere of  Nuit Blanche  by Sébastien Bertaud.

The world renowned dancer speaks to Stuttgarter Zeitung about performing in a costume specially designed for him by Maria Grazia Chiuri of Christian Dior for the world premiere of Nuit Blanche by Sébastien Bertaud.

Friedemann Vogel in Rome for Dior x Dance Collaboration with Rome Opera Ballet

After performing Il Pipistrello  and Manon as guest artist of the Rome Opera Ballet, Friedemann Vogel returns to Rome for another performance with the Rome Opera Ballet, this time in the world premiere Nuit Blanche, choreographed by the French choreographer Sébastien Bertaud for a Philip Glass Evening on 29 March. This new commission will reunite Friedemann with the Rome Opera Ballet artistic director Eleonora Abbagnato, and feature the ballet stars in costumes designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri of Dior.

Eleonora Abbagnato & Friedemann Vogel in “Nuit Blanche” ©Julien Benhamou

Eleonora Abbagnato & Friedemann Vogel in “Nuit Blanche” ©Julien Benhamou

Feel the emotion of the ballet 'Nuit Blanche', from behind-the-scenes to the closing performance at the Opera House in Rome. A voyage of discovery, from the savoir-faire that goes into creating the hand-painted flowers on Maria Grazia Chiuri's creations, to choreography by Sébastien Bertaud and performances by Eleonora Abbagnato and Friedemann Vogel.
Monsieur Dior himself cultivated a lifelong passion for dance and also designed costumes for the Ballet at the Paris Opera. Today, Maria Grazia Chiuri follows in his footsteps by creating costumes for 'Nuit Blanche', an homage to the musician and composer Philip Glass.