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Marco Giusti

Lighting designer of La Cenerentola

Debut at the Opéra de Lausanne.

After studying contemporary history for two years in Trieste, Marco Giusti enrolled in the Paolo Grassi theatre school and graduated in 2003 as a director. He has worked as Gabriele Amadori's assistant and trained in lighting design at the Rossini Festival and the Venice Biennale.

In 2006 he became the resident lighting designer for different music festivals like the No Boarders Music, the Folkest and the Sexto’nplugged.

He has often worked with directors Benedetto Sicca and Giorgio Barberio Corsetti, at the Théâtre du Châtelet and many Italian festivals. He has been involved in opera productions like La Sonnambula, Otello et Carmen as well as remakes like the pop opera Pop’pea.

Current projects: The turn of the screw at the Maggio Musicale, Medea in Corinto at the Vallée d’Itria Festival and Un ballo in maschera in Piacenza.