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Davide Larible

Published 16.02.2019

Born in romantic Verona, Italy, David Larible is the 6th generation in the family of artists. Quite naturally, in his childhood, he learned acrobatics and juggling under the guidance of his father, Eugenio, a popular trapeze star and juggler. In his art, David Laribe uses the classic image called "Auguste Clown", in which the face of the artist is painted in color. His repertoire is so rich that it could hardly be described. His stage presence is inspired by classical music, and his specialty is the direct interaction and communication with the audience and the participation of the viewers in his performance.

The favorite image he likes to represent is the great Charlie Chaplin. Incorporating this image with his unique charisma, Larible wins the smiles and joy of the audience. It is no coincidence that David Larible is the star of some of the most famous circuses in the world - the American Rlinging, the Swiss Knie, the German Roncalli and Krone, moreover, he stars in the unique show “Clown of Clowns”, which turns Larible into the first clown-star. In 1988, he was invited by Prince Renier III to the Monte Carlo Festival, where he won the Silver Clown, and eleven years later the Golden Clown Award was awarded to him after he had received the Complete Creativity Award.

David Larible is very special to the show "Night of the Stars". It is his merit this show to turn into a real star spectacle. He found out about the show from Encho Keryazov, with whom he has been working for many years. He accepts the challenge and enthusiastically arrives in Bulgaria to participate. Being enthralled by the idea of ​​Night of Stars, he gives his extraordinary support and marks the beginning of the visit of numerous circus stars who have decided to support this noble cause. This shapes the show in its nowadays vision in a way that has been held for an 8th consecutive year. A show that will offer us ineffable emotions!

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