ntfi @ made in cloister
AND OTHER EVENTS OF NTFI 2019 AT THE CLOISTER
OUT OF FESTIVAL @ MADE IN CLOISTER
At the end of all the events of the Napoli Teatro Festival, the Fuori Festival will begin: an evening in the cloister dedicated to art and music, with an aperitif at the Cloister BAR.
TUESDAY 18 JUNE
Journey into the contemporary Greek Theater
An anthology composed of seven texts written by as many authors, recognized as representative of contemporary Greek theatrical production: Akis Dimou, Elena Penga, Sofia Kapsourou, Andreas Staikos, Nina Rapi, Tzanàtos Tzimàras and Yannis Mavritsakis.
WEDNESDAY 19 JUNE
Market of Art and Civilization
The Art and Civilization Market, in its new edition called "O 'Manifest", will be an "art marathon" that will compare artists, operators in the entertainment sector
live and spectators to discuss the current situation of the international theater. In a day full of interventions, readings, performances and screenings.
THURSDAY 20 JUNE
OUVERTURE - FOR CARLO BERNARI
WITH ENRICO BERNARD
READINGS BY ANDREA DE GOYZUETA
We say Carlo Bernari and we immediately think of the Three workers, that is, the novel that opened a new path in Italian literature of the twentieth century. Much less known is his limited production in verse. If we can read it, paying homage to it, we owe it to the work of the son of the writer Enrico Bernard, himself an author and playwright, who collected it in Cose in versi.
THE DEATH OF BEAUTY
Voices in concert for Giuseppe Patroni Griffi
WITH NADIA BALDI, ANTONELLA IPPOLITO
AND WITH DARIO ZENO (PIANO), RENATO SALVETTI (GUITAR), ANDREA BONIOLI (BATTERY), VILLARI MICHELE (SAX AND CLARINET), ANDREA COLELLA (DOUBLE BASS), ROBERTA ROSSI (VOICE)
ORIGINAL MUSIC BY ANDREA BONIOLI, ROBERTA ROSSI
DIRECTOR NADIA BALDI
Classic and historical novel. It is the story of a homosexual love between two young people, against the backdrop of a Naples in the middle of the war and under the air raids; sensual and sentimental love, controversial and denied, which the cruel and enchanted atmosphere of a fatal city makes symbolic like the flames that exalt and destroy it.
On the scenario of a war-period Naples emerges the conflict between the sentimental education and the hidden homosexuality of the sixteen-year-old Eugenio who, threatened by the young German Lilandt, first rejects him and then rushes impetuously into a love bond.
The death of beauty, in the re-adaptation, respects and exalts the "water style" of Patroni Griffi which, associated with the ability of the performers to deal with a rare gestural and vocal aptitude a subject as delicate as homosexuality, flows fluently like water.
OUVERTURE - POINTS
WITH ANDREA CASSESE
WITH FEDERICA GIORDANO, FRANCA MANCINELLI
Two poets of the last generations give each other the relay, both careful to identify the primary feelings and give them their voice. A singer-songwriter-architect, author of The Minority, acts as a musical counterpoint. Verses and songs are the opposite of each other
FOR ANNA MARIA ORTESE
WITH LICIA T-SHIRT
Licia Maglietta is not new in comparison with literature. Just think of his relationship with the verses of Alda Merini.
This time the meeting is completely new. As in the case of Carlo Bernari, Anna Maria Ortese also dealt with writing in verse. The two books in which they were collected bear witness to this: My country is the night and The moon that passes.
WITH MARINA CICCARINI AND MARCO BRUNO
Among the greatest Polish poetesses, Ewa Lipska is able to cross the present time with a disillusioned irony. A great friend of Wisława Szymborska, questions like this one meet in her verses: «I don't even know / if it is history that created us / or if we created history. If we are only the echo / of someone else's heart ». It will be introduced by two of its faithful translators.
WITH GASPARE DI LIETO (PIANO)
Born in California, granddaughter of immigrants, she is the third graduate poet of San Francisco. Multifaceted, she frequents multiple genres of writing. The first Italian book of the Major, just published by Multimedia editions, is entitled A Open Arms. And there one encounters the paradoxical poverty of love which we increasingly need.
OUVERTURE - GENERATIONS
EMANUELE CERULLO, ACHILLE PIGNATELLI - FRANCESCO IANNONE, ANTONIO TRUCILLO
Two young people intertwine their voices, sharing different experiences. Experiences that give new names to places in the city such as Scampia for example.
Two other poets belonging to different generations, who know how to mirror each other, act as a counterpoint.
Look, I'm telling you something I'd rather not say
You will not be unharmed by reading The clouds and money: Tiziano Scarpa's poems have aroused strong discussions on the net, they have bounced on social networks, touching the minds of readers, beyond the circle of poetry enthusiasts. With his expressive momentum and his great experience as a scenic reader, the author recites and comments them, alternating them with the rhyming stories of his latest book, Una dragonfly of the city.
SHAKING UP ONEGIN
Remembering Pia Pera
VERY FREELY DRAWN FROM EVGENIJ ONEGIN FROM ALEKSANDR PUŠKIN
ADAPTATION AND VOICE ROBERTO DE FRANCESCO
WITH FERRUCCIO SPINETTI (CONTRABASS)
WITH EMANUELE TREVI
Roberto De Francesco has been studying Pushkin's verses for years. And he studies them using Pia Pera's translation, and from there he starts with his own vocal interpretation, punctuated by the nomadic notes of Ferruccio Spinetti.
Emanuele Trevi is entrusted with the task of drawing a portrait of Pia Pera, a writer-translator who, despite having passed away too soon, left her own peculiar mark in Italian culture.
CELEBRATING RINO MELE
WITH MARIO MARTONE AND ALDO MASULLO
Rino Mele must undoubtedly be celebrated. Multifaceted, eclectic, forerunner of themes and motifs, capable of bringing different worlds into contact, he has always made poetry the pivot around which everything else revolves. And that there are a man of cinema and theater and a philosopher to introduce it confirms its undoubted originality.
WITH ANTONIO RAIA (SAXOPHONE) E RENATO FIORITO (ELECTRONICS)
To Antonio Raia, author of Asylum, a solo exploration cd of sounds dug in the air with the saxophone, the task of stripping some songs and then slowly reassembling them. Raia, inspired by Mele's writings, will propose a work created specifically for the festival.
For Sandro Penna
Who better than Sandro Penna embodies the simple (but so complex) cantability of life! And it really is no coincidence that a Greek poet made it a translator.
To him the task of mirroring his own verses in those of the Umbrian poet.
CHIARA CIVELLO (GUITAR, PIANO AND VOICE)
«I would like to live asleep / within the sweet noise of life», Penna said. And it seems that Chiara Civello was guided in her work as an author and interpreter by these verses. It's hard to find songs relived from the inside out like she does. Cosmopolitan and profoundly Italian at the same time, Civello guides us through those feelings which, although belonging to everyone and common, appear different and unique each time.
“THAT OTHERS BOAST IN WHAT THEY HAVE WRITTEN, I AM PROUD OF WHAT I HAVE READ”. Jorge Luis Borges
MEETINGS WITH DANIEL PENNAC, MASSIMILIANO BARBINI AND LUDOVICA TINGHI
A PROJECT BY CENTER OF SCENE ARTS AND AUDIOVISUAL (HOME)
duration 1 hour and 30 min
free admission meeting subject to availability
FREE ENTRY. THE ADMISSION PASS CAN BE WITHDRAWN STARTING FROM ONE HOUR BEFORE THE BEGINNING OF THE MEETING, DIRECTLY ON THE SITE OF THE EVENT.
Meeting Pennac means embarking on an intimate and shared journey to discover the collective experience of reading and writing. What drives us to write? Where does the insatiable appetite for reading come from? What is curiosity, what is narration and what are their multiple manifestations? What is the meeting point between the writer and his readers, or between the writer and the reader in him? These are the questions that the project involving Daniel Pennac, Massimiliano Barbini and Ludovica Tinghi wants to answer.