Laura Scozzi


The choreographer, who lives in France, studied in Rome and Paris before founding her company, Opinioni in Movimento, in 1994. As a guest choreographer, she created The Seven Deadly Sins for the ballet of the Opéra de Paris and My Relationships With Men Were Never Very Clear for the Junior Ballet de Cannes. In 1999, she started using Hip-Hop style in Étant donné la conjoncture actuelle and continued in 2000 in Boris Vian’s musical A chacun son serpent. Other creations include Sol à sol avec poids, Quelque part par là and her latest creation, Barbe Neige et les 7 petits cochons au bois dormant, currently enjoying a great public and critical success on tour. Scozzi collaborates regularly with Laurent Pelly and has worked with many other major directors in opera, theater, and film, among them JeanLouis Grinda, Emmanuelle Bastet, Coline Serreau, Jean-Michel Ribes, Matthieu Poirot-Delpech. In 2008, Scozzi directed her first opera, Benvenuto Cellini (Nürnberg). The following year she directed The Magic Flute (Nürnberg, Bordeaux) and in 2011 Il viaggio a Reims (Nürnberg). Other productions include Orpheus in the Underworld (Bern, Bordeaux, Nürnberg, Marseille), Les Indes Galantes (Toulouse, Bordeaux, Nürnberg) L'italiana in Algeri (Toulouse, Nürnberg), and Akhnaten (Bonn).

Lyric debut: Choreographer/Cendrillon (2018|19)

Last updated: December 1, 2018