Fashion and costume designer Angelo Alberto was born on the Carribean Island Curaçao (Netherlands Antilles) in 1968. After becoming a dressmaker in Leiden (Netherlands), he completed his studies in Fashion Design at the Utrecht University of Arts in 1997. Also in that year, he took part in a workshop on working with textiles at the University of Rotterdam. In 1998, Angelo Alberto concluded a two-year position as assistant for the haute-couture collection of Edgar Vos Couture in Amsterdam. He became and still is a member of the Costume Department of the Staatstheater Nürnberg, creating the costumes for numerous productions with and for the dancers of the Ballet Nürnberg. His work yielded him several assignments to assist costume design from Benita Roth, Daniela Kurz and Rui Horta. He is also engaged in working as a freelance costume designer for festivals and theater productions, working with, for example, Barisch Karademir, Björn Ballbach, Lucas Scheja, Kunno Windisch and Melanie MacDonald. In 2007 he was hired as costume designer for ballet director Robert Conn’s “Dance AMONG friends” in Augsburg and in 2008, he created the costumes for the “ProArteDanza Dance Company” in Toronto (Canada). Furthermore he has been engaged as costume designer for Roberto Scafati in March 2012 and designed the costumes for “Romeo and Juliet” as well as “Le Sacre”. At the same time he worked for Ballet Ulm, creating in 2013 the costumes for Francesco Napa’s “Catatumbo Lighting” amongst others. In March 2014 he designed the costumes for the ballet evening “In sich – selbst” by Roberto Scafati and Can Arslan.
Kostüme (in Zusammenarbeit mit Goyo Montero): „Dornröschen“, „Carmen“, „Treibhaus“ („Kylián/Duato/ Montero“), „Der Nussknacker“, „Don Juan“, „Faust“, „Cinderella“, „Black Bile“ („Duato/Montero: Melancholia“), „Cyrano“, „111“ („Dreiklang“), „Latent”, „Four Quartets“ („Kammertanz“), „Monade“, „Don Quijote“