After La Fenice in Venice, La Scala in Milan and the San Carlo of Naples, the Petruzzelli of Bari and many other famous theaters, this historic Venetian manufacturer of fabrics enters the temple of music and ballet of Moscow, the Bolshoi. One of the world’s most important theaters will thus be “dressed” with fabrics made by the Venetian firm in its factory at Cucciago, near Como, shipping over 12,000 meters of damask, precious lampas, broccatelle, velvet and technical fabrics. Rubelli began to work on the project back in 2007: in an initial phase for the boxes, walls and curtains, then for the impressive stage curtains. The main stage curtain is undoubtedly the most important, precious item of the entire job. For Rubelli the “operation Bolshoi” concludes with the official opening of the renovated theater in October.