Martedì, 18 Settembre 2018

100 guests at Naples' Muse al Museo, Nyman to Pennac


Naples, February 23 - The second edition of the Muse
al Museo ('Muses at the Museum') festival will include an
impressive line-up of over 100 artists, musicians and writers.
The festival, held at Naples' Archaeological Museum (MANN)
from March 21 to March 28, will include guests such as Michael
Nyman, Richard Galliano, Daniel Pennac, Rick Wakeman, Roberto
Vecchioni, Elio, Carlo Verdone, Luciano Canfora and the Pulizter
Prize-winning Hisham Matar.
"The museum of the future," MANN director Paolo Giulierini
said, "is a large agora where conservation, research and the
ability to experiment come together. Music and theatrical arts,
which are alluded to by the statues, mosaics and frescoes,
magically take on a physical form in these eight days of the
festival and make MANN into a cultural center spreading new
forms of expression without ever losing sight of its classical
In the 'Fuoriclassico' space - which will host Matar as well
- Canfora will be speaking about Thucydides and performances
will include such protagonists as The Jackal, Nino Frassica and
John Peter Sloan.
There will also be music by Massimo Bubola, Cristiano Godano,
Marina Rei, Alvin Curran for Piano City and Ciro Longobardi.
The evenings will include homage to the Neapolitan legend
Eduardo De Filippo and Pino Daniele on March 27, with Mariangela
D'Abbraccio & Musica Da Ripostiglio introduced by Carolina Rosi.
Like last year, when there were 20,000 attendees, the events
will be held throughout the entire day in the museum opening
hours in the museum halls among historical treasures from
Pompeii and ones from the Farnese collection beginning at 10 AM
with theater performances for schools without the need to pay
for an extra ticket.
The eight evening performances will start from 9 PM and will
be hosted in the large Sala della Meridiana, which has been
transformed into a theater for the purpose. Tickets will be
available from the beginning of March.
The MANN festival is supported by the Campania regional
government and will be inaugurated on March 21 at 3:30 PM with a
concert of ethnic music in Naples' Galleria Principe.
On March 18 there will be a preview the entire day in the Old
City, with performances by Archimossi.

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