Loreta Alexandrescu

  • She graduated at the National Choreography Academy of Cluj-Napoca in Romania and soon started her career as a professional dancer with classical repertoire.
  • In 1977 she was appointed Prima Ballerina at the Rhapsody Theatre of Bucarest.
  • In 1978 she moved to Italy to pursue her artistic career and danced in some of the most important Italian theatres. She worked as maître de ballet together with some of the most important Italian dancers: Liliana Cosi and Carla Fracci.
  • In 1985 she started holding national and international masterclasses.
  • From 1988 until today, she has been teaching classical-academic dance, historical dance, character dance, pointe and repertoire at the Teatro alla Scala dance school.
  • She is currently teaching in the training program of Accademia Arti e Mestieri dello Spettacolo of Teatro alla Scala.

Loreta Alexandrescu

  • She graduated at the National Choreography Academy of Cluj-Napoca in Romania and soon started her career as a professional dancer with classical repertoire.
  • In 1977 she was appointed Prima Ballerina at the Rhapsody Theatre of Bucarest.
  • In 1978 she moved to Italy to pursue her artistic career and danced in some of the most important Italian theatres. She worked as maître de ballet together with some of the most important Italian dancers: Liliana Cosi and Carla Fracci.
  • In 1985 she started holding national and international masterclasses.
  • From 1988 until today, she has been teaching classical-academic dance, historical dance, character dance, pointe and repertoire at the Teatro alla Scala dance school.
  • She is currently teaching in the training program of Accademia Arti e Mestieri dello Spettacolo of Teatro alla Scala.
  • She was born in Alexandria, Egypt and moved to Italy in 1947 where she started studying dance.
  • Willing to pursue her dream of becoming a ballet dancer, she moved to Paris at the age of 16 where she improved her technique with Ljubov Egorova.
  • Her first professional job was as a solo dancer in the Théatre d’Art du Ballet company in Paris, directed by Vitale Fokine.
  • In 1957 she was accepted to the Teatro alla Scala dance school where she graduated a year later.
  • In 1963 she quit her job to start teaching.
  • In 1987 she entered the Teatro alla Scala dance school as a classical-academic dance teacher and worked there until 2003.
  • In 2007 she was contacted by director Frederic Olivieri to re-join the Teatro alla Scala dance school where she is currently working with the role of educational coordinator of preparatory courses.
  • She has been a preparatory dance teacher at the classical-ballet training course of the Teatro alla Scala Academy since 2008.

Eliane Arditi

Eliane Arditi

  • She was born in Alexandria, Egypt and moved to Italy in 1947 where she started studying dance.
  • Willing to pursue her dream of becoming a ballet dancer, she moved to Paris at the age of 16 where she improved her technique with Ljubov Egorova.
  • Her first professional job was as a solo dancer in the Théatre d’Art du Ballet company in Paris, directed by Vitale Fokine.
  • In 1957 she was accepted to the Teatro alla Scala dance school where she graduated a year later.
  • In 1963 she quit her job to start teaching.
  • In 1987 she entered the Teatro alla Scala dance school as a classical-academic dance teacher and worked there until 2003.
  • In 2007 she was contacted by director Frederic Olivieri to re-join the Teatro alla Scala dance school where she is currently working with the role of educational coordinator of preparatory courses.
  • She has been a preparatory dance teacher at the classical-ballet training course of the Teatro alla Scala Academy since 2008.

Carmen Ragghianti

  • She studied at Teatro alla Scala in Milan, where she was awarded with a specialisation diploma as Maître de Ballet.
  • She graduated at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow where she improved her technique under the guidance of Marina Timofievna Semionova.
  • She was Prima Ballerina in many Italian and international theatres among which: Teatro alla Scala in Milan, the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, Nemirovic Dancenko Stanislavski Theatre, Aterballetto and La Fenice Theatre in Venice.
  • She joined dancing tours in Russia, Japan, Italy, Spain, Greece, France, Switzerland, Germany and Austria.
  • She danced for great choreographers such as G. Balanchine, R. Petit, A. Amodio, M. Petipa, Nureyev, J. Grigorovich, M. Fokine, Bourmesteir, E. Poliakov, W. Eagling, L. Bouy and L. Gai.
  • She is Professeur-Maître de Ballet for Aterballetto, La Fenice theatre, San Carlo Theatre in Naples, the Opera of Rome, Saechsische Staatsoper Dresden and Finnish National Opera.
  • Vladimir Derevianko, Maximiliano Guerra, Isabelle Guerin, Manuel Legris, Viviana Durante, Elisabeth Platel, Jean Guillame Barth, Uljana Lopatkina, Oriella Dorella, Roberto Bolle, Massimo Murru and many other artists have attended her classes.

Carmen Ragghianti

  • She studied at Teatro alla Scala in Milan, where she was awarded with a specialisation diploma as Maître de Ballet.
  • She graduated at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow where she improved her technique under the guidance of Marina Timofievna Semionova.
  • She was Prima Ballerina in many Italian and international theatres among which: Teatro alla Scala in Milan, the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, Nemirovic Dancenko Stanislavski Theatre, Aterballetto and La Fenice Theatre in Venice.
  • She joined dancing tours in Russia, Japan, Italy, Spain, Greece, France, Switzerland, Germany and Austria.
  • She danced for great choreographers such as G. Balanchine, R. Petit, A. Amodio, M. Petipa, Nureyev, J. Grigorovich, M. Fokine, Bourmesteir, E. Poliakov, W. Eagling, L. Bouy and L. Gai.
  • She is Professeur-Maître de Ballet for Aterballetto, La Fenice theatre, San Carlo Theatre in Naples, the Opera of Rome, Saechsische Staatsoper Dresden and Finnish National Opera.
  • Vladimir Derevianko, Maximiliano Guerra, Isabelle Guerin, Manuel Legris, Viviana Durante, Elisabeth Platel, Jean Guillame Barth, Uljana Lopatkina, Oriella Dorella, Roberto Bolle, Massimo Murru and many other artists have attended her classes.
  • In 1974 he started his academic studies in Verona with teacher Loredana Venchi and later won a scholarship for the prestigious National Dance Academy of Rome.
  • In 1977 he moved to Paris and entered the Ballet Classique de Paris company.
  • He took part of performances with the Arena di Verona dancing company with Aida at the Berlin Deutschlandhalle for various seasons.
  • In 1980 he joined the Teatro alla Scala dancing company and started taking part in important productions interpreting various solo roles.
  • In 1983 he joined a tournèe with Teatro alla Scala together with Republic President Sandro Pertini.
  • In 1985 he was invited by Roland Petit as a solo dancer in his Ballet National de Marseille where he took part in various repertoire productions of the Marseille-based company.
  • He choreographed l’Histoire du Soldat by I. Strawinskii for Musica novecento.
  • During his career he was invited to hold repertoire and classical-academic classes in prestigious and well-known academies and dance schools both in Italy and abroad.
  • In 2018 he was awarded the title of Guest Teacher at the Performing Arts Academy of West Finland College in Huittnen.
  • In May 2018 and 2019 he was invited for a master-class and as a jury-member at the Festival Internazionale di Danza contest at the Dobrinin Palace of Culture in Yaroslavl, Russia.

Maurizio Tamellini

Maurizio Tamellini

  • In 1974 he started his academic studies in Verona with teacher Loredana Venchi and later won a scholarship for the prestigious National Dance Academy of Rome.
  • In 1977 he moved to Paris and entered the Ballet Classique de Paris company.
  • He took part of performances with the Arena di Verona dancing company with Aida at the Berlin Deutschlandhalle for various seasons.
  • In 1980 he joined the Teatro alla Scala dancing company and started taking part in important productions interpreting various solo roles.
  • In 1983 he joined a tournèe with Teatro alla Scala together with Republic President Sandro Pertini.
  • In 1985 he was invited by Roland Petit as a solo dancer in his Ballet National de Marseille where he took part in various repertoire productions of the Marseille-based company.
  • He choreographed l’Histoire du Soldat by I. Strawinskii for Musica novecento.
  • During his career he was invited to hold repertoire and classical-academic classes in prestigious and well-known academies and dance schools both in Italy and abroad.
  • In 2018 he was awarded the title of Guest Teacher at the Performing Arts Academy of West Finland College in Huittnen.
  • In May 2018 and 2019 he was invited for a master-class and as a jury-member at the Festival Internazionale di Danza contest at the Dobrinin Palace of Culture in Yaroslavl, Russia.

Oliviero Bifulco

  • In 2007 he was accepted to the ballet courses of the Teatro alla Scala dance school.
  • In 2014 he graduated under the direction of Frédéric Olivieri.
  • He was accepted with a scholarship to the San Francisco Ballet School for a refinement course.
  • During the same year, he started working at the Opera di Bordeaux, under the direction of Charles Jude where, in the following two years, he had the chance to dance with some of the greatest names of classical repertoire. Due to a delicate injury he was forced to quit his French experience to undergo an extended recovery.
  • In 2016 he decided to take part in the Mediaset Tv show Amici where he reached the final phase of the show standing out for his ductility in interpreting both repertoire ballet performances and modern and contemporary choreographies.
  • During those years he had the opportunity to study with some of the greatest international names of the dancing scene such as: Frédéric Olivieri, Leonid Nikonov, Victor Ullate, Cynthia Harvey, Piotr Nardelli, Patrick Armand, Bella Ratchinskaja, Biagio Tambone, Sergei Vikharev, Patricia Neary, Kathrin Bennets and Rinat Imaev.
  • He studied contemporary and modern dance with worldwide renown teachers, such as: Emanuela Tagliavia, Kim Brandsturp (ROH), Iratxe Ansa, Paul Dennis (Limon), Silvya Bidegain (Prejocaj), Eugenio Buratti and Fabrizio Monteverde.

Oliviero Bifulco

  • In 2007 he was accepted to the ballet courses of the Teatro alla Scala dance school.
  • In 2014 he graduated under the direction of Frédéric Olivieri.
  • He was accepted with a scholarship to the San Francisco Ballet School for a refinement course.
  • During the same year, he started working at the Opera di Bordeaux, under the direction of Charles Jude where, in the following two years, he had the chance to dance with some of the greatest names of classical repertoire. Due to a delicate injury he was forced to quit his French experience to undergo an extended recovery.
  • In 2016 he decided to take part in the Mediaset Tv show Amici where he reached the final phase of the show standing out for his ductility in interpreting both repertoire ballet performances and modern and contemporary choreographies.
  • During those years he had the opportunity to study with some of the greatest international names of the dancing scene such as: Frédéric Olivieri, Leonid Nikonov, Victor Ullate, Cynthia Harvey, Piotr Nardelli, Patrick Armand, Bella Ratchinskaja, Biagio Tambone, Sergei Vikharev, Patricia Neary, Kathrin Bennets and Rinat Imaev.
  • He studied contemporary and modern dance with worldwide renown teachers, such as: Emanuela Tagliavia, Kim Brandsturp (ROH), Iratxe Ansa, Paul Dennis (Limon), Silvya Bidegain (Prejocaj), Eugenio Buratti and Fabrizio Monteverde.

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Via Francesco Borromini, 6 – Milan

Telephone: 338 4228882334 1127173
Email: info@accademiadanzamilano.it