Real-Time Motion Graphics
13 December 2015:
Special Effects for Georges Bizet’s Opera "Carmen" at Teatro San Carlo, Italy.
Conductor Zubin Mehta and Jacques Delacote, staged by director Daniele Finzi Pasca.
17 June 2015:
Video Designer for Giuseppe Verdi’s Opera "La Traviata" at Mariinsky-II, Russia.
Musical Director and Conductor Valery GERGIEV, staged by director Claudia Solti and designer Isabella Bywater.
2013-2014: Member of the Creative & Artistic Production team of Company Finzi Pasca for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
Roberto was LED Forest Video Designer for the Olympic Closing Ceremony and Paralympic Opening Ceremony.
The giant hanging forest of light would display volumetric video content created with a custom BASHIBA.com
Real-Time Particle System.
11 June 2013:
Splash & Spa, Europe's newest WaterPark: Immersive Entertainment, Lighting Design (lights+sounds+waves).
17 January 2013:
Place des Arts, Montréal, Canada: Video Scenography for the Theatrical Show "La Verità", world première.
20 June 2012:
Mariinsky Theatre, Russia: Video Scenography for the "Messa da Requiem" by Giuseppe Verdi, world première
02 February 2012:
The Canadian Opera Company: Video Scenography for L'Amour de Loin, Kaija Saariaho
11 June 2011:
Mariinsky Theatre, Russia: Video Scenography for the Opera Aida.
L'opéra Aïda a été nommé quatre fois aux Golden Mask, qui récompense les arts de la scène russe.
29 January 2010:
Roberto Vitalini for BASHIBA.com, Video Designer for the Theatrical Show "Donka",
English National Opera, England: VideoScenography for the Opera "L'Amour de Loin", world première.
Opera by Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho, libretto by Lebanese-born writer Amin Maalouf, director Daniele Finzi Pasca.
"If I had seen nothing but the stunning Act IV sequence on board the ship headed for Tripoli, where the work of the other designers is joined by eloquent projections from Roberto Vitalini, I would have been able to go home content from the visual splendour... "
Richard Ouzounian, Theatre Critic, thestar.com
"Saariaho's writing works best describing images like the ocean crossing, one of the most brilliant scenes in this production
where light images are projected onto waving expanses of silk."
Anne Ozorio, Opera Today
June 6, 2012
by Liz Arratoon
February 3, 2012
by John Coulbourn
February 3, 2012
The Globe and Mail
February 2, 2012
by Richard Ouzounian
July 5, 2009
Financial Times Europe
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by Andrew Clark
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