The seminar will be an opportunity to understand and analyse the procedure for creating a costume for the performing arts. A succession of important steps is followed by the costume designer, such as identification of the objective, research, the creative idea, study and research of materials and techniques, the project, management, creation, and final construction. Through the choice of a specific text from a well-defined period, a concrete demonstration of the steps involved will be offered.
In 2020, Annamaria Heinreich will be one of the protagonists of the Two-year Course “Historic Tailoring and for Pegeant and Performance” at the Fondazione Lisio, in her role as teacher at one of the five quarterly 60-hour workshops during which she will impart all her experience for ensuring qualified training.
Saturday 6th June 2020
10am - 1pm | 2pm - 5pm
in LIVESTREAMING via ZOOM
Students and history of costume experts, history of fashion, historical tailoring, tour guides, art critics, cultural and textile heritage operators, enthusiasts.
AT THE END OF THE COURSE
Certificate of attendance
To register, please send the enrollment form to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org ; then pay the fee by credit cars through the form at the end of the page
or pay by offline payments
The seminar will be available by online video platform Zoom. You need to have a device with internet working connection. The webinar is provided in Italian languange.
- € 50,00 Full-price
- € 36,00 Discounted price for students of the 2020 Lisio Foundation Courses
Renowned costume designer Annamaria Heinreich was born in Vienna where she graduated from the Fashion and Costume Academy. She studied French Art and Literature and began her career in Italy working with Lele Luzzati and Santuzza Cali. In recent decades her work as a costume designer has alternated between theatre, opera and cinema in Italy, Europe, and the USA.
In the world of theatre, her most significant productions have been with Peter Stein: from the Faust Ensemble at Berlin Pancomedi to The Seagull for the Edinburgh Festival, The Broken Jar for the Berliner Ensemble and The Demons by Dostoevskij. Her intense collaboration with Peter Stein also included opera with costumes created for Tat'jana at Teatro alla Scala and Parsifal at the Salzburg Easter Festival. She worked with French television in the series, Marie Curie and La vie de Chateaubriand, and with Italian television for an episode of Esercizi di stile, directed by Mario Monicelli, and Capitan Cosmo with Walter Chiari. For the cinema she designed costumes for La Donna della Luna directed by Vito Zagarrio, Lettera da Parigi with Lucrezia Lante della Rovere and Irene Papas, and Viola with Stefania Rocca, directed by Donatella Majorca.
She curated a new production of Fidelio directed by Chris Kraus at the Teatro Valli of Reggio Emilia in co-production with the Teatro Real Madrid, Baden Baden Festspielhaus and the Ferrara and Modena Theatres. She also worked with Peter Stein on the new production of Il prigioniero by Luigi Dallapiccola and Bluebeard’s Castle by Béla Bartók for Teatro alla Scala, in co-production with De Nederlandse Opera in Amsterdam, the new production of Die Nase at the Zurich Opernhaus, and more recently, Macbeth at the Salzburg Festival directed by Riccardo Muti, in co-production with the Teatro dell'Opera of Rome.