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Matteo Carvone is a contemporary dance artist belonging to the new generation of expatriate and international artists who consider Munich as their home and community. 

With a serious yet also playful character, Matteo's work ranges from physical-choreographic research to the more scenic, technological, and theatrical, creating works also for non-theatrical spaces. His research intertwines with archetypal figures and inclusive values, seeking complexity and diversity while encouraging convergence between diverse fields, disciplines, and individuals.



Dancer and choreographer Matteo Carvone was born in Trieste, Italy in 1985.

After graduating from his city's art school, he moved to Milan where he completed his training in dance and performing arts at the Dance Haus directed by Susanna Beltrami.

Matteo danced in 'La Compagnia' at the Accademia Nazionale Danza in Rome, to then join the ballet company of the Staatstheater am Gärtnrerplatz in Munich under the artistic direction of Karl Alfred Schreiner (with whom he had previously danced in an Ismael Ivo duet at the Venice Biennale in 2007), Jo Strømgren Kompani in Oslo and Alexander Ekman / Orionteatern, is Sweden.

In his career he has danced and contributed to the creation for names such as: Alexander Ekman, Jo Strømgren, Marco Goeke, Robin Olryn, Michael Keegan-Dolan, Erna Ómarsdóttir, William Forsythe, Karl Alfred Schreiner, Benoît Lachambre, Wayne McGregor, Ismael Ivo, Malu Airaudo, Claudia Castellucci, Wubkje Kuindersma, Antony Rizzi, Gabriella Maiorino, Emanuel Gat, and many others.

Matteo has lived and worked in Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, and Austria. He also studied for fairly long periods in New York and Paris, and his personal curiosity led him to discover many other countries in the world, forming a profound foundation for his personal artistic voice.

However, since 2012, it is in the city of Munich that Matteo has predominantly found his home and artistic base.





In 2018 he debuted on the stage of the Munich Philharmonic Gasteig the "Faust Symphony" to music by Franz Liszt, played at the organ by Hansjörg Albrecht. A ballet in three movements with 30 dancers, in which he was in charge of direction, choreography and video design, for an audience of over 2000 people. 

[FAUN], his first independent work, a 60-minute male duet premiered at the Gasteig's Balck Box, was presented at the 14th edition of the Venice Biennale directed by Marie Chouinard on October 21, 2020. Following that, in the midst of the covid pandemic, he created and premiered The Hover'  in Gasteig's Carl Orff Saal, and many other small pieces such as 'YOU' for the graduates of the Ballet Akkademie presented at the Bavarian State Opera.

In 2022, again at the Venice Biennale, he created "The Garden" for the College Dance thanks to the invitation of the director Wayne McGregor.

In 2023, he premiered 'FLORA' at the Gasteig HP8 Halle-E, under the patronage of the Department of Culture of the City of Munich, on the occasion of the Flower Power Festival. In the same year, he gave birth to 'EROS,' a solo performance premiered at the Schwere Reiter in Munich.


Matteo co-coreographed alongside Karl Alfred Schreiner for the British director Keyth Warner.

Tokyo Nikikai Oper, Japan, "Tannhäuser" R.Wagner.

Wienerstaatsoper "Meistersinger" R.Wagner.

Theater an der Wien "Der Besuch der alten Dame" G.von Einem.


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