We continue our review of the summer festivals that take place in the country. As readers were able to see (and as we anticipated at the beginning of this small selection), among the many initiatives was emphasized in those characterized by two main elements. The first is longevity, because it shows, as well as the tenacity of the organizers, a synergy with key partners involved – both the institutional and private – in the territory and the promotion and enhancement of the cultural elements that best represent it. The second element was identified in the quality of the proposal. We have seen that the billboards are articulated and proposals are differentiated. And this is an important sign that informs us about the ideas of the organizers and the fact that, in an ever more consistent, they share an important principle that should guide the organization of cultural events and that can be attributed to the categories of research, quality, experimentation. Which, of course, do not rule out the show and entertainment. Both elements mentioned above have found a significant convergence in the Ethnos festival, which will take place between the various cities of the Neapolitan (and specifically in San Giorgio a Cremano, Ercolano, Boscotrecase, Somma Vesuviana, Castellammare di Stabia, Boscoreale, Torre del Greco and San Sebastiano al Vesuvio) 10 to 27 September. The event, in addition to the shows, also provides excursions in the territories concerned, rich in art and history. These include the excursion led to the paths of the Vesuvius National Park (Hell Valley), scheduled for Sunday, September 13. Among the most interesting shows there is “SOUTH Second Movement”, theatrical score for 10 artists and 5 Italian immigrants, expected Saturday, 26 September at 21.00; “The Song of the Volcano”, with Marcello Colasurdo and Paranza, and to Tartit (Mali) and the Nigerian-born guitarist Bombino, expected Sunday 27 in San Giorgio a Cremano. One of the most interesting is the one of Saturday 19, when there will be the guided tour of the Antiquarium of Boscoreale, and the performance of the Hungarian band Söndörgő, Villa Favorita of Herculaneum.
Here you can find the program in detail.
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