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Theodora Delavault class of '99 philosophy (and french medieval poetry) King's College London. Paris, music publishing at xiii bis music, editor at Finance Foundation (and its Review), where she participated in discussions on pan-European issues (writing papers about and interviewing key thinkers, among them: Hans Kung, Henri Claude de Bettignies, or organizing conferences on financing art with the Venice Biennal) in the hopes of furthering a true European community. Later... Performance Studies / La Sapienza Rome / Les Cahiers de l'imaginaire Traduire ses frontières /Zero magazine's How not to become a famous artist/ Alien Digest's Alien diaries/Tertulia Andaluza's Ghostly interviews, Women Mag's La Straniera). 

2010 - 2018, she collaborates with Ingrate art productions as librettist, as well as performer; Monteverdi's "Il ballo delle Ingrate" by Letizia Renzini, different site-specific versions were adapted to the various performances (Museo Marino Marini in 2012, Villa Medici 2013 /Romaeuropa Festival Rotterdam's Operadagen/Music Theatre Now's Prize 2016). Next she performs, writes and takes charge of the dramaturgy of director Renzini's adaptation of Boccaccio's Decameron "Decameron 2.0 : stories we sell ourselves in order to live" (Spoleto 2018 + Teatro Metastasio).

Librettist for lifetime achievement award winning composer Yannis Kyriakides' opera "Ask Ada" about Ada Lovelace performed at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation for the Greek National Opera, June, 2021.



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