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GIANMARCO MOSCHINO

Soloist Dancer

Gianmarco Moschino was born in L'Aquila, Italy. His dance training began at the age of 6 at L'etoile Dance School in 2003. He was admitted to the internationally acclaimed Teatro dell'Opera di Roma (The National Ballet of Rome) at the age of 11 and graduated in 2022. 

While he was with the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Gianmarco had the opportunity to study with international teachers such as Pablo Moret, Ofelia Gonzalez, Alessandro Molin, Mauro Astolfi, and Eugenio Scigliano under the direction of Laura Comi. 

Despite his young age, he has already had the opportunity to dance with the company of Teatro dell' Opera di Roma in the Nutcracker. In addition, he was invited and coached by Celestine Pardon to perform alongside Etoile Rebecca Bianchi and twice interpret the main role of Franz in Coppelia. 

Gianmarco has been recognized by the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) as an artist of extraordinary ability and is excited to travel to The USA and to be joining Ballet Pensacola as a Soloist in the 2022-2023 season. He is looking forward to sharing his passion for dance with the Pensacola community. 

“Dancing represents the most important thing in my life, it's my safe place where I'm ok with myself, and no one can hurt me. It's my medicine when I'm in pain and it always feels great and I think that nothing can change that.”

Place of Birth: l'Aquila, Italy 

One Word to Describe Why I Dance: "Freedom" 

Favorite Color: Blue 

Favorite Role danced: Franz, Coppelia 

Dream Role: Siegfried, Swan Lake 

Favorite Choreographer: Marius Petipa 

Favorite Traditional Ballet: Swan Lake 

Favorite Cuisine / Dish: Italian 

Favorite Hobby: I really love singing, even if I'm not so good at it. I also like to play volleyball and I'm a strong player. 

Fun Fact About Me: It takes very little time for me to fall asleep; I can sleep traveling by plane, train or car. And it practically takes bombs to wake me up.

What Would You Like the Audience/Community to Gain from Your Performances: I think art is a way to share feelings and emotions. So I hope the audience gains love, joy, and passion from my performances because that is what I feel when I dance.

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