From “villanelle” the ‘500 to the classical music of the “Opera buffa” the ‘700 until you get to the classics of the golden age of the Neapolitan song, that is known throughout the world, ranging from the second half of the ‘800 to the first half of the ‘900, which speaks of love, passion, crime and emigration.
These, the “protagonists” of the event “From Villanella to Bammenella: five centuries of Neapolitan songs” organized by the non-profit associations Sos Naples and FrameArsArtes, and that will take shape Thursday, April 30, starting at 18:30, in the hall Vasari of the church Anna dei Lombardi, Naples.
A concert suggestive, with reservations required number 366 8911651, for which there is a contribution of 10 euro, which will support the project “notes against violence”.
An original journey in music through various dominations that have followed in Naples, which will stage, for the occasion, Patrizia Fanelli on vocals, Claudio Bottino and Rosario Gaudiosi on guitar, Tommaso Casazza on flute and as narrator Gabriele Savarese, under the artistic direction of Maestro Biagio Terracciano.
A treat, the evocation of the ancient voices of hawkers Neapolitan, which was once possible to listen to the street and someone will remember with a touch of nostalgia.
To accompany the spectators in the unusual path, an actor who will interpret the spirit (sometimes a bit ‘irreverent) and the point of view of the Neapolitan populate.