22-29 FEBRUARY 2020

Bourbon Prison monumental complex
Palace of Culture_Corso Europa

The Irpino Museum offers 4 events for different targets including jazz music, TV series and masquerades on the weekend and on Carnival days.


Music books and stories

curated by Antonella Russoniello

After the success of the first three events, special meetings continue to talk about music through the books (and not only) of Campania authors. In the two meetings in February we will go through two distant worlds: that of the TV series, the phenomenon of the moment, and the Neapolitan song. Two appointments that will illustrate transversal and eccentric looks and readings of music and what revolves around us, which is life!

Monumental complex, Bourbon prison

Saturday 22 February, 6.00 p.m.
Between TV series and music, meeting with Francesco Amoruso and Prof. Silvia Acocella, professor of Modern and Contemporary literature – Federico II of Naples on the book How J meet your mother, Ed. Terebinto. During the evening Francesco Amoroso will perform in unplugged version with some tracks of his production.

Saturday 29 February, 18.00
Partenope’s poetry in jazz, meeting with the singer Marina Bruno and presentation of Parthenoplay.
his last his last record work, the fourth of one of the most intense Neapolitan artists of the moment.


An Irpinian legend for Carnival

Palace of Culture_Corso Europa

Monday 24 February, 10.30 am

The men who formed the procession of the Lupercalia, the Carnival of ancient Rome, wore wolf masks. But the wolf is also the protagonist of the birth of the Irpini tribe.

An ancient fairy tale for our little visitors who will reproduce an ancient Irpinian legend for the funniest party of the year!

Recreational and didactic activity for children from 4 to 6 years old

booking recommended

max 20 participants

At Carnival … every wolf is worth!

Palace of Culture_Corso Europa

Tuesday 25 February, 10.30 am

Our young friends will have to make “wolf puppets” to become the protagonists of the most playful party of the year, which has its roots in the Lupercalia, the Carnival of ancient Rome.

The most beautiful creations will be part of our photoalbum on Facebook to be voted by everyone with the hashtag #MuseoinMaschera.

Age from 7 to 12 years

booking recommended

max 20 participants

The activities are completely free, designed and curated by CoopCulture and promoted by the Province of Avellino.

Children can be masked if they wish

Maximum punctuality is welcome, priority will be given to children already present at the Museum.
Reservations are highly recommended.

Info & reservations:
Irpino Museum
tel. 0825 790733 / 734-539