19 June 2021

Valter Malosti

Director, actor and visual artist, Malosti has directed the Fondazione TPE since 2018. He won the Ubu Prize for his production of Antonio Tarantino’s Quattro Atti Profani, the Flaiano Prize for his production of Ives’ Venere in Pelliccia, the National Association of Theatre Critics Prize for Shakespeare/Venere e Adone and Quattro Atti Profani, the Hystrio Prize for his production of Federico Fellini’s Giulietta. Malosti has directed works by Michael Nyman, Marco Tutino, Philip Glass, Azio Corghi and John Cage — often in premiere performances — and Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro for the Teatro Regio Torino. As an actor, Malosti worked with the theatre director Luca Ronconi for almost a decade and in cinema with Mimmo Calopresti, Franco Battiato and Mario Martone. He has played the role of Manfred in Schumann/Byron’s eponymous dramatic poem, in performances conducted by Gianandrea Noseda. He directed the acting school of the Teatro Stabile di Torino from 2010 to 2018.