Mr. Angelini studied at the Accademia Del Teatro Alla Scala Di Milano. Summers he studied at the Royal Ballet of London, Rosella Hightower’s school in Cannes and the Alicia Alonso course in Madrid. At 17 he left to attend and graduate from the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre.
Mr. Angelina has guested and performed all over the world dancing lead roles in Nutcracker, Raymonda, Diana and Actaeon, Swan Lake, Le Corsaire, Romeo and Juliet, Sleeping Beauty, Don Quixote, Kylian’s Symphony in D, and Serenade among others.
What I do in my spare time:
I read, listen to music, watch tv series and films of all types. I spend time on my other great pasions that are visual effects, photo-video editing, webmaster and studying programming.
One of my favourite films is “Million Dollar Baby” directed and starring Clint Eastwood.
Favorite dance role:
I love all Jiri Kylian’s choreographies in particular “Petite Mort”. In future I would like to dance Roland Petit’s choreography “Le Jeune Homme et La Mort”.
Favorite vacation place:
I have travelled a lot so I really can’t decide…for several reasons I love Australia and Spain in particular.
Why I dance:
Well…good question. Becoming a ballet dancer isn’t something I chose, it happened and that’s it. At the age of six I asked my parents to enroll me in a dance school and I have loved dancing ever since, putting myself every day next to a bar has become a fundamental part of my life. It’s not necessarily something that I long for every day, it’s more of a need, like breathing – you can hold your breath for a few seconds, maybe minutes, but then your lungs really need some oxygen. Dance is like that for me, it’s part of my life, it’s my companion at both joyful and difficult times, it is always with me…