Matteo Carvone is a dancer and choreographer born in Trieste, Italy and based in Munich, Germany, since 2012. After the graduation at the arts high school, at the age of 19, he moved to Milan where he started studying performing arts at the Dance Haus directed by Susanna Beltrami.
In his dance career he danced and contribute for creations for names such: Alexander Ekman/Orionteatern, Jo Strømgren Kompani, Marco Goeke, Robin Olryn, Michael Keegan-Dolan, William Forsythe, Emanuel Gat, Benoît Lachambre, Wayne McGregor, Ismael Ivo, Malu Airaudo, Jacopo Godani and many others.
Matteo danced for five years at the Staatstheater am Gärtnrerplatz in Munich under the direction of Karl Alfred Schreiner and previously in 'La compagnia' at the Accademia Nazionale Danza in Rome under the exceptional aegis of Pina Bausch.
Matteo Carvone started choreographing in 2010, although it became his main focus starting in 2017.
In 2018 he debuted on the stage of the Munich Philharmonic Gasteig the "Faust Symphony" to the music of Franz Liszt, played on the organ by Hansjörg Albrecht. An 80-minute ballet with 30 dancers on stage, where he oversaw direction, choreography and video design, for an audience of more than 2000 people.
Among others is piece [FAUN], a 60-minute male duet, was presented at the 14th edition of the Venice Biennale directed by Marie Chouinard on October 21, 2020.
Dance - Theatre - Installation
The architectural space, in which the choreographic work takes place is never intended and designed as a decorative element, but rather as one of the foundations on which Carvone builds his work.
Space is sometimes translated into Video and Video installations which Carvone create himself.