My Fair Lady

On 27 Feb 2010, in productions, by ricardo
From My Fair Lady
Musical in 2 Akten Musik von Frederick Loewe Buch von Alan Jay Lerner, nach Bernhard Shaws „Pygmalion“ und dem Film von Gabriel Pascal, Deutsch von Robert Gilbert Premiere 27. Februar 2010 - Großes Haus Die Sage von Pygmalion, dessen Statue einer Traumfrau lebendig wurde, ist immer wieder ein Thema literarischer Werke gewesen. Die Musical-Version erweist sich als eine Gesellschaftskomödie voller Ironie und Hintersinn. „My Fair Lady“ gilt seit seiner Uraufführung im März 1956 in New York als das klassische Musical schlechthin. Mit über 2.700 Vorstellungen am Broadway und Aufführungen in aller Welt gehört es immer noch mit seinen Evergreens wie „Mit ´nem kleenen Stückchen Glück“, „Es grünt so grün“, und „Ich hätt´ getanzt heut´ Nacht“ zu den populärsten Beispielen seiner Gattung.

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Das Wundertheater CD 2006

On 31 May 2006, in media, productions, by ricardo

Das Wundertheater

Oper in einem Akt

Hans Werner Henze (*1926) nach einem Intermezzo von Miguel Cervantes (1964) Sängerensemble und Chor des Theaters Osnabrück Osnabrücker Symphonieorchester Hermann Bäumer CD: Ars Produktion mit Ricardo Tamura, Kristine Larissa Funkhauser, Rüdiger Nikodem Lasa, Ralph Ertel. Christoph Nagler, Iris Marie Kotzian, Ricardo Viviani, George Gagnidze, Jeanine Hirzel, Benjamin Bruns, Ronald Funke.
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brazine.de 2005

On 01 May 2005, in press, by ricardo

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cover brazine“Na boquinha da garrafa”, famosa dança do grupo baiano Cia do Pagode, ganhou outros palcos. Faz parte da peça The Wild Party, coreografada pelo paulistano Ricardo Viviani, em cartaz no teatro de Heilbronn. Em uma cena do espetáculo, os atores botam pra quebrar. E a casa fica lotada. Luciana Rangel com Patricia Messina Source: brazine.de
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a student report 2004

On 11 Dec 2004, in blog, teacher, by ricardo

Alex Chalyy: Ricardo Viviani

Dancing was part of him.

One could see that Ricardo did not just dance. Everything that he did was carefully thought out and designed as being fun for the students in the class. He knew when and where to stop and how to better explain moves to the class when everyone had trouble with it. He was also not boring. He showed that dancing was acting as much as a physical activity. He encouraged us to get involved emotionally into pieces and really be in the piece. Overall, I thought that Ricardo Viviani was a great dance teacher. He really liked what he was doing. His passion toward dancing was contagious. He made everybody like dancing. He was extremely professional. He also had a good easy going dancing style.

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