How Much Is Giovanni Bucchieri Worth?

January 1, 2020

Giovanni Bucchieri Net Worth

How rich is Giovanni Bucchieri? For this question we spent 13 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $238,7 Million.



Giovanni Bucchieri information Profession:Actor

Height, Weight

:How tall is Giovanni Bucchieri – 1,89m.
How much weight is Giovanni Bucchieri – 89kg


Giovanni Bucchieri Net Worth
Giovanni Bucchieri Net Worth
Giovanni Bucchieri Net Worth
Giovanni Bucchieri Net Worth


Giovanni Bucchieri spent his youth at Pizzeria Romana in Link?ping. He established himself early as a prolific dancer, specialised in breakdance and in Street dance. At the age of 15 he moved to Stockholm. Together with his longtime companion Aleksander Maksic he traveled to New York at the age of 16. There they eagerly took part in the frantic club life of New York. It was here that Bucchieri’s love for Vogue was discovered, at various ballroom dances.Bucchieri is educated at the Ballet Academy of the Opera of Stockholm and at the Royal Dramatic Theatre ?s acting school. He has been a dancer at the royal Swedish Ballet and in the Cullberg Ballet, where he danced the Prince in Mats Ek’s Sleeping beauty and Romeo in Birgit Cullberg’s Romeo and Juliet. He has been a dancer and actor in the acclaimed choreograph Pontus Lidberg’s Movies the Rain (2008) and the Labyrinth Within (2011) together with New York city ballet’s star Wendy Whelan. In 2010 Bucchieri choreographed his first dance work for Stockholm 59 degree North 1 ballet Cantus: In memory of the dancing queen. ”The work is a somber and stylised reflexion of human relationships, effectively accompanied by Bach’s Passion According to St Matthew by J.S Bach, reinterpreted electronically. Cantus in memory of the dancing queen is somber from the beginning to end, but its refined aesthetics render it subtle than cumbersome. It possesses a stamp of decadence, the requiem of a dream (the end of a career). One senses that the spell has faded and that it is time for the next way for the Grande Dame to appear. In this rendition of dancing queen one sees much of the qualities of Barbara (her passion and fatalism) and of the heroines out of such Pedro Almod?var films as Todo sobre mi madre. Bucchieri has a passionated, almost obsessed, relation to music, film and photography. Convinced from an early age that he might not last that long, he has intensely been documenting his life – both behind and in front of the camera. Filming has been a way to preserve memories. Music is the most essential part of Bucchier’s life, and he desperately needs to play the piano each day. He moves with ease between serious music and popular music. For Bucchieri, Kate Bush and the avant-garde filmmaker and choreographer Maya Deren is almost as great influences as JS Bach. High art and popular culture is often mixed in the works of Bucchieri. Thus he has a broad spectrum of artistic expression. This Bucchieri will show in 2012 – 2013 as he is to release a synthesis of his entire production in the form of music, dance and film. Bucchieri is about to release a record with his new band Sister, together with his closely knit collaborators Stefan Levin and Aleksander Maksic. They are all part of the Sister family.On the 27th of April, Bucchieri’s piece Come you daughters premiered at the Royal Swedish Opera (together with Alexander Ekman and Pontus Lidberg). The greatest surprise is Giovanni Bucchieri’s Come you daughters, which is performed by five dancers with Nadja Sellrup as the main character. Here is suddenly a work that have the courage to challenge and put demands on the audience. Bucchieri lets his highly fragmented choreography crash right into Johann Sebastian Bach’s tightly woven Matth?us-Passion. To the point that even that is fragmented and a sudden uncertainty occurs, an uncertainly that makes the entire empty stage vibrate. The minimalistic choreography and the vast empty stage really gives the dancers the possibility to perform. The dance follows the music and the cuts between Bach and Dolly Parton sharpens the composition, knocks one sideways and raises questions. Questions about death, of cause, but also about the darkness of the living.
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