the first European festival on creativity

2013 Program

EVENT #22

Peppe Servillo, Toni Servillo, Solis String Quartet

Sing me a poem

 

A concert, a recital, a celebration of music, poetry and songs dedicated to Naples, to the eternal magic of its living tradition, to the importance of an encounter between different eras. On this special occasion, Toni and Peppe Servillo, who both took part in this Festival’s past editions, make their joint comeback on the stage. Together with the Solis String Quartet, they will perform poems and songs in a tribute to Naples’ great theatrical and literary culture. Through the works of classical and contemporary authors they will introduce the audience to Naples’ inexhaustible poetic heritage. A special event on the Festival’s 10th anniversary.

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Peppe Servillo

singer, actor, author of soundtracks and songs, is part of the Avion Travel band since 1980, and won Festival di Sanremo with them in 2000. They recorded numerous songs throughout the years.

Toni Servillo

is a theatre actor and director of plays and operas. He has starred in many movies since 1991, under the direction of Mario Martone, Antonio Capuano, Paolo Sorrentino, Andrea Molaioli, Matteo Garrone, and has won many prizes in Italy and abroad. He published Interpretazione e creatività with Gianfranco Capitta («i Libri del Festival della Mente», Editori Laterza, 2008).

Solis String Quartet

a string wuartet composed by Vincenzo Di Donna (violin), Luigi De Maio (violin), Gerardo Morrone (viola), Antonio Di Francia (cello and guitar), that mixes jazz, pop and contemporary music working with well-known national and international artists.

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EVENT #1

Guido Rossi

Ideas and their responsibility in good and evil

EVENT #2

Paolo Giordano

Crossing the shadow line

EVENT #3

Alessandra Lemma

The body as a canvas: depicting/defacing the body

EVENT #4

Piergiorgio Odifreddi

What will change our future. Artificial man

EVENT #6

Ramin Bahrami

Italian Journey. Grand Tour with Bach and Scarlatti

EVENT #7

Alessandro Barbero

Incredible Middle Ages: the Terror of the Year 1000

EVENT #8

Cristina Baldacci, Andrea Pinotti

Archives in art: a new contemporary genre?

EVENT #10

Massimo Cirri, Jonathan Coe

Sense of humour: a lifestyle

EVENT #11

Carlo Freccero

Has TV killed creativity and culture?

EVENT #12

Nicla Vassallo

Woman is an invention

EVENT #13

Massimo Montanari

Speaking of food in times of crisis

EVENT #14

Chandra Livia Candiani

Apprentices of the moon in the meditation room

EVENT #15

Emanuele Trevi

On the other side of things: The Initiation Journey

EVENT #17

Bernard-Henri Lévy

Between art, philosophy and science: the adventures of truth

EVENT #18

Stefano Bartezzaghi, Massimo Recalcati

To inherit or to be creative? Art in the time of disoriented generations

EVENT #19

Gabriella Caramore

Imperfect knowledge

EVENT #21

Ilvo Diamanti

The future? It is past

EVENT #23

Alessandro Barbero

Incredible Middle Ages: The ius primae noctis

EVENT #24

Luca Barcellona

Calligraphy: creativity in writing

EVENT #26

Silvio Garattini

Brain aging: a 3rd millennium epidemic

EVENT #28

Lella Costa

What we talk about when we talk about irony

EVENT #29

Tim Parks

In conversation with literary creativity

EVENT #31

Laura Boella

Empathy, sympathy and compassion: resources for a threatened world?

EVENT #32

Francesca Alfano Miglietti, Antonio Marras

Nulla dies sine linea-Not a day without a line

EVENT #35

Edoardo Boncinelli

What will change our future. The secret brain

EVENT #36

Virgilio Sieni

Before other people’s eyes

EVENT #37

Alessandro Bergonzoni

Stop the geniuscide!

EVENT #38

Alessandro Barbero

Incredible Middle Ages: The flat Earth

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