who were the dead dancers in Arabia

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The three Italian dancers who died in a tragic car accident in Riyadh in Saudi Arabia were called Antonio Caggianelli, Nicolas Esposta and Giampiero Giarri. The accident in the late afternoon on Saturday, when, during a trip to the mountains in the desert, the two cars in which the artists were traveling ended up in an escarpment. The three dancers were part of the cast of the show “Add a seat at the table” and were in Arabia to attend the inauguration event of a new theater.

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Nicolas Exposed

Exposed, 28, was born in France, but grew up in the Agrigento area, in San Giovanni Gemini. On his personal facebook page he defined himself as an artist, dancer and video creator. He had recently been part of the corps de ballet of the ‘Premio Persephone 2021’ and in 2016 he had taken part in the Rai fiction ‘Once upon a time Studio Uno’. In 2017 he graduated from the Gypsy Musical Academy and was cast in “Divo Nerone – Opera Rock” as an ensemble, also covering some acting roles.

Antonio Caggianelli

Caggianelli, 33 years old from Bisceglie, has been a protagonist in the world of dance for years, as a dancer and choreographer. In August, he had participated in the latest edition of the Notte della Taranta. “Di Antonio – reads the post written by the organizers of the festival – before each step, before each glance, his smile arrived, as beautiful as the port of his city, Bisceglie”. Many theatrical and television productions in which he participated: in the corps de ballet of the broadcasts ‘Italia’s got talent’, ‘Let’s Dance’, ‘Amici di Maria De Filippi’, ‘Tutti pazzi per amore 3’ and ‘Ciak si canta’.

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Giampiero Giarri

32-year-old Giarri, from Tor San Lorenzo, had studied classical and modern dance. Over the years he had had numerous experiences in the world of TV and theater, participating in productions such as Ben Hur Live (with choreography by Liam Steel and directed by Philip Mckinley) and Romeo and Juliet – Love and change the world (directed by Giuliano Peparini, choreography by Veronica Peparini). He had also danced for a tour of Sal Da Vinci (choreographed by Gino Landi) and for a video clip by Anna Tatangelo.

Giampiero Giarri

Born in Rome 32 years ago and raised in Ardea. Professional dancer, he had a hard international training from classical to modern and contemporary dance. His resume includes major productions such as’ Ben Hur Live ‘,’ Romeo and Juliet, love and change the world ‘and’ Notre Dame de Paris’, as well as television appearances in programs such as’ Uno Mattina ‘and’ Grande Fratello ”.

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1 comment

Estefania Del pino October 19, 2021 - 17:55

Arnau Galindo, a spanish dancer died as well with this 3 italian guys… why you dont name him?????

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