400 years after the death of Giulio Cesare Cortese, the commemoration organized by the Lazzari Association on December 22nd.

Giulio Cesare Cortese was (together with Giovan Battista Basile) the greatest poet of the Neapolitan Baroque language, as well as a staunch defender and promoter of the Neapolitan language, who…

Vino e Mandolino . Evening show with stories, music and a glass of wine. Saturday October 29th.

The highly anticipated appointment with “Vino e Mandulino” (wine and mandolin) is back. A show co-organized by La Casa del Mandolino Napoletano (the House of the Neapolitan Mandolin) and the…

Immigrant? No, thanks!

Neapolitan musician producer Daniele De Cario is a ‘bird of passage’ in Los Angeles. Those who emigrate is clear that are not comfortable in their country. But emigration is often…

The presentation conference of the new Neapolitan language course at the Institut Francais in Napoli.

On Monday October 3rd 2022, at 6PM, the presentation conference of the new Neapolitan language course will be held at the media library of the Institut Francais in Napoli. The…

Neapolitan language promoted by the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.

The French institution in Napoli is renewing its opening to the culture of the territory with a new cycle of conferences / meetings on the Neapolitan language which are promoted…

Lazzaro Verace Award 2022

Lazzaro Verace Award 2022 On Wednesday, July 6th, at Palazzo Venezia (in Spaccanapoli) there will be the award ceremony of the Lazzaro Verace Award 2022. (Opening doors at 6PM). This…

How to spell Neapolitan words. Neapolitan spelling.

In Italian it is “LEVEL B2” for English speakers “INTERMEDIATE” … In Naples we say ‘A VIA’ AND MIEZO. Tuesday May 10 2022, 6PM (Italian Time) for the first time…

Cumaneidi. Ll’Odissea dint’ ‘a cumana!

Who among you has never been a “victim” of means of transport? This is an old story that opens a world on the lack of infrastructure investments in the South…

Totò The Poet Prince – interview with Elena anticoli de Curtis

Napoletanità ” (Neapolitanity) is something that you always carry inside, wherever you go. We carry it in our hearts and express it with respect for our past. In order to do…

European Day of Languages. The Neapolitan language enters among the various initiatives that encourage cultural exchanges between the peoples of the world.

On September 26th 2021, the European Language Day will be celebrated throughout Europe, promoted by the Council of Europe in Strasbourg together with the European Commission which represents 47 member…

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