Anna Konjetzky

Matteo Carvone is a dancer and choreographer, born in Trieste, Italy in 1985. After the graduation at the arts high school, at the age of 19, he moved to Milano 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: William Forsythe, Marco Goeke, Alexander Ekman, Jo Strømgren, Michael Keegan-Dolan, Karl Alfred Schreiner, Anthony Rizzi, Erna Òmarsdóttir, Christopher Roman, Jacopo Godani, Emanuel Gat, Benoît Lachambre, Nanine Linning, Cayetano Soto, Robin Olryn, Wayne McGregor, Ismael Ivo, Roberto Zappalà and many others.

As a dancer he is involved in Alexander Ekman's production "Kuckel" in Stockholm and since 2017 he is a freelance member of the Jo Strømgren Company in Oslo. 


From 2012 to 2017 he has been employed at the Staatstheater am Gärtnrerplatz in Munich under Karl Alfred Schreiner direction.


From 2008 to 2010 he has been employed at ‘La compagnia’ youth company of Accademia Nazionale Danza in Roma under the prestigious aegis of Pina Bausch.



Matteo Carvone started choreographing in 2010, though it became his mayor focus starting from September 2017. He has been invited in several festivals and competitions and created pieces for institutions such Gasteig München and the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz.

His piece [FAUN] will be presented at the 14th edition of La Biennale di Venezia directed by Marie Chouinard the 21st of October 2020.



Dance - Theatre - Installation

I am looking for an Art form in which those three elements emerges equally


For Matteo Carvone the importance of the architectural space, in which the piece takes place is fundamental.

The space in fact is never intended and designed as a decorative element, but rather as the main subject of the work, the set is the basic element with which Carvone begins to build his pieces. The space becomes the habitat and it is a fundamental limit in the creation.

Carvone also working with Video and Video installations, and he is collaborating with the Light Designer Jakob Bogensperger and the Sound Designer Josy Friebel.



- 2020 “The Hover” Premiere 29. September at Carl Orff Saal Gasteig, Munich.

- 2019 “[FAUN]” Premiere 13. September at Black Box Gasteig, Munich.

- 2019 “Mozart20” Premiere 8. August at Kloster Andechs.

- 2018 “Faust Symphony” Premiere 13. June at Philharmonie am Gasteig, Munich.

- 2017 “The Golden Age” Premiere 26. July at Teatro Principal, Burgos, Spain.

- 2016 “Minutemade” Premiere 16. January at Gärtnerplatztheater, Munich.