Francesco Frola

Francesco began his studies at the Classical and Modern Dance Study Center directed by Tiziana Alia to Saint Vincent.He studied at the Dance Academy of the Teatro Nuovo in Turin and participates in the Professional Course of the New Theater in Turin.Diplomato at the Royal Academy of Dancing in London both as a dancer and as a teacher with the utmost votes. In 1987 he joined the Dance company of the New Theater in Turin first as a body of dance and later as a soloist.He dancing in numerous ballets of the classic repertoire like the Mal Gardèe, Nutcracker, Coppelia, Lake of Swans.As the first dancer dance coppelia, the 4 seasons (choreography by Marco Pierin), Giselle (first dancer guest at Bucharest work) rebuilt for him by Ileana Iliescu. He also dances numerous pieces of the classic repertoire like the sleeping beauty, Nutcracker, Vivandière, the Venice Carnival, Don Quixote, Romeo and Juliet and many others. He reconstructs numerous pieces of the classic repertoire for the new theater. Many choreographers create neoclassical and contemporary choreographies for him. He participates in important company tours in Italy, Switzerland, Korea and Brazil. He dancing as the first dancer at the Municipal Theater of Bologna and as a soloist in the Asmed Ballet company directed by Paola Leoni where he dancing in contemporary choreographies by Mario Piazza and Cornelia Wildisen.In 1995 he was invited by the Royal Academy of Dancing to Tokyo to take part in a gala on the 75th anniversary of the Academy Foundation to dance as a soloist in Raimonda and in one of the main roles of Solitaire by Kennet MC Millan.Nel 1993 is First dancer and artistic director of the Parma ballet, association that owns a classical and contemporary dance company and a four-year training course for dancers. It is the official choreographer of the company of Operetta di Corrado abbati from 1998 to 2004. From 1999 to 2001 he organizes an important summer dance school in Valle d 'Aosta and in Parma with numerous internationally renowned teachers.From 2000 to 2006 he is artistic director, together with Lucia Giuffrida, of the International Dance Center of Parma.From 2004 to 2006 he was artistic director of the International Musical Center.Since 2006 he has been an artistic director of "Profession Musical", a professional school with a three-year duration for musical artists.Since 2006 he has been teaching classical dance, step to two, repertoire and history of the ballet at the School Profession Dance of Parma.He is a teacher of classical technique and repertoire of the professional training course for dancers of Profession Dance and the Professional Course for Musical Artists where he also teaches Ballet History ( Teacher of ballet history for the university course for accompanying masters of the Conservatory "A. Boito "Di Parma.
He is a guest teacher of numerous classical and contemporary dance internships. He is a member of the International Dance Council (UNESCO).