Summer in Naples takes…72 days


Seventy-two days of performances, music, lectures and exhibitions for the Neapolitans and tourists who will spend the summer in the city. All of this is in the program “Summer in Naples 2014” illustrated by the Culture and Tourism alderman Nino Daniele. Slogan of the 2014’s “Sun, Moon, and Talia” title that refers to the fairy tale of the same name contained in Pentamerone by Giambattista Basile, opera” fundamental” in the literary production of Naples. “A choice that – said Daniel – is a continuation of the theme Neapolitan Stories and legends that characterized the last May of Monuments“.’
The heart of the event are the tales, the Neapolitan language, laughter, conversation, and change the relationship between narrative that fit with the theme of roots and memory that characterize the Forum of Cultures. Two places “prince” of the summer Neapolitan: the Maschio Angioino and the monumental complex of San Domenico Maggiore, which will see performances, readings, music, theater, dance and exhibitions.
Among the events, just to name a few, the show “Ridere” that celebrates 25 years and has set up a true festival of comedy, while on the music front, the space in different genres. A summer do not forget to celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the death of Eduardo de Filippo with the show “Naples in the storm” with Mariano Rigillo. in the Complex of San Domenico, among other events, Enzo Moscato read the unpublished text “Spiritilli” dedicated to the House of the Spirits of Gaiola. Will be celebrated in Piazza Plebiscito the night of San Lorenzo looking at the stars with the free concert of the Academy Neapolitan mandolin.
Events also at Mostra d’Oltremare with a varied cultural entertainment from July to September, including the spectacle of light and music fountain Esedra every weekend and the concert of Emma Brown. A summer that continues until September with Village Pizza on the boardwalk that October will become the “LungomareLibrerato” with a number of initiatives related to the promotion of books and reading.