Carlo Di Lanno
Carlo Di Lanno (© Chris Hardy)
Joined as Soloist in 2014.
Carlo Di Lanno was born in Naples, Italy, and trained at La Scala Ballet School. He danced with La Scala Ballet and Staatsballett Berlin before joining San Francisco Ballet as a soloist in 2014.
At age 20, Di Lanno made his debut as Siegfried in Nureyev’s Swan Lake, partnering Polina Semionova, and danced Ratmansky’s Concerto DSCH with Svetlana Zakharova. He has performed principal or featured roles in Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (pas de six), Eifman’s Tchaikovsky (Jungermann), Nureyev’s Don Quixote (Basilio), Balanchine’s “Diamonds” (principal) and Theme and Variations (principal), Dell’ Ara’s Excelsior (pas de cinq), MacMillan’s L’histoire de Manon (Three Gentlemen), Petit’s Pink Floyd Ballet (principal), Ratmansky’s Russian Seasons (Green), and Vikharev’s Raymonda (grand pas classique).
He has performed on tour in Belo Horizonte, Sao Paolo, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Hong Kong; Tokyo; Astana, Kazakhstan; Muscat, Oman; and Moscow (Bolshoi Theatre).