12 minute piece for 3 dancers

Azurro is named after the light blue color of the sky in the Italian language, and is a dance piece that reflects the brightness, romanticism, and elegance of the forms and patterns heard in the dance’s Baroque soundscape. Choreographer Mario Bermudez Gil echoes Vivaldi’s kinetic rhythms, fluid melodies, and bright instrumental effects in a contemporary way to bring a new relevance to the beauty of the past.


Selected as a touring piece of REDACIELOABIERTO 2019

Data sheet

  • World premiere Festival Trayectos, Zaragoza, Spain, 2019
  • Running time 12 minutes
  • Choreography Mario Bermudez Gil
  • Choreographic assistant Catherine Coury
  • Music Vivaldi
  • Lighting designer Mamen B Gil