Napulitanata is a concert hall dedicated to Neapolitan Music Heritage, especially to Canzone Napoletana and Tarantella.
Everything comes from the need to set up a place in the heart of Naples where everyone can have full access to the great local music heritage in an experiential way, a sort of model after the Spanish Tablao or the Portuguese Case de Fados.
Today the models are foreign, although in the 19th century Naples offered this kind of location. We don’t refer only to Cafè Chantant, but especially to “periodiche” and exhibitions in “casotti”, shows setted in private lofts of both upper and lower classes.
Inspired by these models, Napulitanata is thought like an open space, more similar to a Neapolitan loft than a theatre, with performances full of cultural, artistic and social values, typical of Canzone Napoletana.