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From December 17, 2023 to May 21, 2024

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A cycle of collateral activities dedicated to the multidisciplinary exploration of themes related to the exhibition Naples in the time of Napoleon. Rebell and the light of the Gulf.
 


FIVE WOMEN FOR THE HISTORY OF NAPLES
Cycle of meetings 

Among the collateral activities dedicated to the temporary exhibition Naples in the time of Napoleon. Rebell and the light of the Gulf, the cycle of meetings dedicated to women who knew how to claim a leading role in the century in which they lived and operated resumes, focusing particularly on two female figures of the Napoleonic age, Carolina Murat, a central figure also in the exhibition, and Eleonora Pimentel Fonseca.
Now in its second year, this initiative aims to acquaint a broader public with the research programme developed over the last thirty years that has improved our knowledge of women in the modern and contemporary age as well as the leading role that many of them played in the patronage of the arts and in the political and cultural life of the city of Naples.

JANUARY 30, at 17.00
LUISA CONTE
Francesco Cotticelli, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
Gioconda Marinelli, writer
Lara Sansone, actess and director

FEBRUARY 20, at 17.00
GIULIA DE CARO
Domenico Antonio D’Alessandro, Conservatorio Statale di Musica Lorenzo Perosi di Campobasso
Paologiovanni Maione, Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli
Maria Cristina D’Alessandro, mezzosoprano
Marco Palumbo, harpsichord

MARCH 19, at 17.00
CAROLINA MURAT
Benedetta Craveri, Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa, Napoli - Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei  
Vincent Haegele, Bibliothèque municipale de Versailles
Gennaro Toscano, Bibliothèque nationale de France - École nationale des chartes

APRIL 24, at 17.00
ELEONORA PIMENTEL FONSECA
Antonietta De Lillo, director and producer 
Alessandra Necci, Director Galleria Estensi,  biographer, historian 
Laura Sabatino, writer and screenwriter
Moderates Francesco Cotticelli, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

MAY 21, at 17.00
ISABELLA DELLA ROVERE
Giampiero Brunelli, Università Telematica Pegaso
Elisa Novi Chavarria, Università degli Studi del Molise

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SIGHT AND SOUND
Cycle of concerts 

Project curated by the Alessandro Scarlatti Association

Three works on display as part of the exhibition will be the starting point for three concerts, entrusted to an excellent ensemble of mostly young or very young musicians. The connection between watching and listening will be “narrated” in short preambles entrusted to art historians and scholars. The project takes place within the framework of the long-standing partnership between the Scarlatti Association and Gallerie d'Italia.

FEBRUARY 6, at 17
Luisa Martorelli
Joseph Rebell, Il porticciolo del Granatello a Portici con il Vesuvio, 1819

Introduction by Luisa Martorelli
Duo Minimo Ensemble
Daniela del Monaco, contralto
Antonio Grande, guitar
Music by Giovanni Paisiello, Pietro Labriola, Saverio Mercadante, Filippo Campanella, Gaetano Donizetti
Musical arrangements by Antonio Grande and Maurizio Pica

FEBRUARY 28, at 17
Leonardo Di Mauro

Alexandre-Hyacinthe Dunouy, Veduta di Napoli da Portici, 1814

Introduction by Leonardo Di Mauro
Marco Petraglia, flute
Floriana Maria Knowles, violin
Francesco Solombrino, viola
Alfredo Pirone, violoncello
Music by Domenico Cimarosa, Giovanni Paisiello, Saverio Mercadante

MARCH 27, at 17
Massimo Visone

Abraham-Louis-Rodolphe Ducros, La spiaggia della Gaiola (Scuola di Virgilio), 1794-1800

Introduction by Massimo Visone
Carmen De Ponte, soprano
Eleonora Brescia, mezzosoprano
Francesco Pareti, piano
Music by Gaetano Manfroce, Giovanni Paisiello, Saverio Mercadante, Vincenzo Bellini, Theodor Döhler


MARCH 21 at 9.30
AROUND JOSEPH REBELL. LANDSCAPE AND COLLECTING AT MURAT COURT

Conference

International day of studies for the exhibition Naples in the time of Napoleon. Rebell and the light of the Gulf.

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STAGES AND PARLOURS BETWEEN NAPLES AND PARIS

Concerts curated by Centro di Musica Antica Pietà de’ Turchini dedicated to the exhibition.

DECEMBER 17 at 19.00
The Musical Salon of the Nineteenth Century

Duo Colbran
Alba Brundo, harp
Giulia Lepore, soprano

JANUARY 6 at 18.00
Nuit d’été between Italy and France

Teresa Iervolino, countertenor
Andrea Del Bianco, piano