Until September 13, excellent guests, both Italian and foreign, will make this edition of the Ravello Festival unique, organized in a very short time and with a thousand difficulties due to the Covid emergency, but with great pride. For the Ravello Foundation, led by the Regional Government Commissioner Almerina Bove, the realization of the 2020
Until October, Naples will be the protagonist of the 41st edition of “Summer in Naples 2020”, the historic event organized by the Council for Culture and Tourism of the Municipality of Naples. This year the organization was put to the test by the extremely difficult moment experienced both by the culture and tourism sector and
The thirteenth edition of the Napoli Teatro Festival takes place from 1 to 31 July 2020, whose slogan is Il Teatro reborn with you. The program is rich: 130 outdoor events, 10 sections and 28 world premieres of Italian shows, in 19 places between Naples and other cities in Campania. The proceeds from the shows
21 pianists will perform a free concert in the colonnade of Piazza Plebiscito for Piano City Napoli 2018 From March 23rd to 25th 2018 the successful Piano City Napoli event will be back and the inauguration will take place on March 23rd with an evocative concert of 21 pianos that will perform at Piazza Plebiscito.
Music for Museums in Naples, classical music concerts in the city museums “Music X Museums” comes back this year aimed at giving space to the music in the beautiful frames of ten museums in southern Italy and particularly in two Neapolitan museums, the National Archaeological Museum and the Royal Palace The initiative will run until
The 62nd edition of Ravello Festival finally returns. The motif is “ The South” and a tribute goes to the great Eduardo De Filippo. The inauguration of the 2014 billboard – almost fifty shows and concerts with others prestigious exhibitions and events – will see in the renovated Belvedere of Villa Rufolo an event proudly “Neapolitan”.
PAUSILYPON – Suggestioni all’imbrunire May – June 2014 At its sixth edition, the event, conceived and curated by the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of Gaiola – a no-profit organization, in agreement with the Archaeological Superintendence of Naples and with the sponsorship of the Campania Region and the Municipality of Naples, from this year becomes a