After obtaining her diploma at the "Accademia di Belle Arti" in Rome, Brigitte Gigliotti (born in 1967) has begun a busy carreer in scenography and decoration. She has collaborated with various theatres - amongs these the "Teatro dell'Opera di Roma" and the "Tokyo Opera House" for whom she has worked on scenography of Franco Zeffirelli . She has also worked on the realisation of scenes for programmes on the RAI and films in Cinecittà. As regard decorative work, a field in wich she is expert in all techniques and styles she has planned and carried out the decoration of walls and ceilings in private flats, discoteques, pubs, hotels, shops and cruise-ships, situated in various parts of Italy.Amongst these the decoration of the residence of an Arab prince from Bahrein and for the Private University "Luiss" in Rome.Brigitte Gigliotti also speaks English and German.

Surname: Gigliotti

Name: Brigitte

Place and date of birth: Rome, 27th June 1967

Adress: Via Asmara, 33 - 00199 - Rome

Telephone: 06/22759177 - 06/86217442

Nationality: Italian and Austrian

1971/83: German School in Rome

1986: Graduated in the Liceo Artistico "S. Orsola" in Rome with full marks

1987/91: Enrolled at the "Accademia di Belle Arti" in Rome,

Stage Design section. Graduated with a thesis: I "Ballets Russes" e Picasso in Italia.

Foreign Languages English and German

Paintings and wall decorations of the following places:

the halls in a castle near Tivoli (Hotel Sant' Angelo), (1993).

the cabins and halls in the Norwegian cruise-ship "Silverwind" (1994).

the club "Giona" in Sperlonga (1995).

the pub "Macleod" in Rome (1995).

the official halls in P.zza Montecitorio in Rome, on behalf of the architect A. Malavasi(1995).

a villa near P.zza Bologna in Rome (1996).

a building in Via Fratelli Bandiera, Rome (1996).

the interior of the new Luiss Management School building, Via Mercadante in Rome (1997).

a jewellery shop "Art Bijoux" ,Via dei Serpenti, Rome (1997).

the interior of "Guido Carli" Luiss University, Viale Pola in Rome (1997).

the interior of a flat in Viale Parioli in Rome (1997).

a flat in Via degli Artisti in Rome (1998).

the ceilings in a residential villa in San Giuseppe Vesuviano, Naples (1999).

the pub "Mister Boom", in Via Vitt. Emanuele, Rome (1999).

the rooms and halls in a country-house turned into a hotel near Urbino; decorative work supervised by Danilo Donati (1999).

the residence of an Arab prince in Bahrein for the company "Design 2000 International" in Rome (1999).

the rooms of a flat in Via Archimede in Rome (1999).

Collaborations in Theatre:

collaboration as assistant stage designer on behalf of the "Teatro dell'Opera di Roma" on the operas: "La Boheme" and "Aida" with the direction of Franco Zeffirelli (1993).

collaboration on the production of "La Traviata" and " L'Elisir d'Amore" in the Theatre "Ventidio Basso" in Ascoli-Piceno, with Carlo Centolavigna as stage designer (1994/95).

collaboration on the production of "Aida" for the Opera Theatre in Tokyo with Zeffirelli as stage designer at the workshop "Scenotecnica più" (1996/97).

Collaborations in stage design workshop:

"Spazio Scenico", Rome 1997/98: "Enrico IV" (by Carosi) ; "Aida", "Alahor" and "Il gabbiano" (by Frigerio); "Aida" ( by De Ana).

" La Scenotecnica più" , Roma 1994/97: several collaborations.

designing and making of the staging for the operetta "La Tolla Maretata", performed in the Capitular Hall of the S. Lorenzo Maggiore Basilica during the Festival of Baroque Music in Naples (1997).

collaborations on RAI productions (1996/97) .

stage design attivity in the "Teatro delle Marionette degli Accettella", designing and making puppets shows, also in foreing countries; meanwhile she held a stage design course, charged by the State, in the school "Montessori" in Rome, producing shows together with the students (1989/90).

collaboration as architectural draughtswoman in the study of Ing. Vittorio Gigliotti (1987/90).

collaboration at the production of the movie "U - 571", at Cinecittà. Rome(1999)

Brigitte Gigliotti works regulary for the "Studio di decorazione Centolavigna" in Rome.

 

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