Terrades [Terrade, Terades, Terradis], (Giovanni) Antonio [Jean Antoine ]
- Irene Alm
( fl 1755–92). French choreographer and dancer . His activities were concentrated in Venice, where he produced ballets for more than three dozen operas between 1755 and 1792. Much of his work was for the Teatro S Moisè during the 1770s and 80s, in operas by Traetta, Guglielmi, Bertoni, Astarita and Anfossi, among others, but he also created ballets for the S Samuele (1755–6, 1760, 1780–81), S Benedetto (1760, 1768–9), S Cassiano (1765, 1791–2), and S Salvatore (1767) theatres. In addition he worked as a dancer and choreographer in a number of other Italian cities, including Pistoia (1755, 1767), Rome (1757, 1761, 1778), Parma (1761), Reggio Emilia (1763), Milan (1766) and Turin (1778–9). About 1760 he married the ballerina Anna Conti-Nadi de Sales (detta la Russiene), and apparently adopted her son Federico Nadi. Federico worked at opera houses in Italy from the mid-1760s to the early 90s, often in productions with his parents; in 1795 he went to Stockholm, where he worked as a dancer and choreographer, retired from the stage in 1812, and died in 1824.
- F. A. Dahlgren: Förteckning öfver Svenska Skådespel (Stockholm, 1866)
- K. K. Hansell: ‘Il ballo teatrale e l’opera italiana’, Storia dell’opera italiana, 5 (Turin, 1988), 175–306