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EDITH PIAF - Lo Spettacolo

Edith Piaf, the unforgettable french chanson singer lives again in a show meant for celebrating her incredible life and talent. To the tune of her greatest songs, the pièce shows the most significative moments of the life story of the "Little Sparrow" of Paris. “From the streets of the Belleville district of Paris to the dazzling limelight of New York's glamorous concert halls, Edith Piaf's life was a constant battle to sing and survive, to live and love”.

Daniela Fiorentino’s passionate interpretation, throughout three different ages of Piaf’s extreme existence, and the overwhelming live performances of the beautiful songs she made famous internationally, "La Vie en Rose", "Milord", "Hymne à l’amour", "Non, je ne regrette rien" take audience on an exciting and moving journey.

Daniela won the "Lauretta Masiero" prize for the originality of her stage presence and interpretation.

Concert "La mer ne baigne pas Naples"


When acclaimed actor-director John Turturro was invited to make a film about Neapolitan music he was intrigued, as an Italian-American who grew up with many of the swooning ballads that had been popularized. When he revisited the place and met the artists living there carrying on the tradition, he was completely blown away. The city had so much to say, there was nothing to do but sit back and listen. Preconceived ideas evaporated and what was meant to be a straight-ahead documentary transformed into a wild fantasia, an adventure into the vibrations of history..

In the film’s 23 songs, you can hear the cultures of many invaders, the Greeks, Arabs, French, Spanish, Normans, and Americans. Eight centuries echo in the aqueducts in “Canto Delle Lavandaie (Washerwomen’s Song).” In “Tammuriata Nera,” WWII is relived as Al Dexter’s twang collides with the primal roar of Peppe Barra. “O Sole Mio” becomes blend of golden- age television performances and the North African vibe, and “Malafemmena” is portrayed for the first time in all its irony, in the context of its very inspiration. The song “Vesuvio” is performed only as it can be by those who live at the foot of the volcano bearing that name.

Each song, whether written in protest or superstition, out of love, jealousy, or poverty, is an emotional postcard about what has changed and what has not. In Naples, life, death, hunger, and brutality are ever present, but a solitary voice on the street can cause an entire intersection to break out into song. Passione is Turturro’s celebration of that.

"Interno Familiare"

Daniela Fiorentino plays the witty, over the top young girl Anna.


The award-winning best original musical, by Claudio Mattone, has been the most famous neapolitan musical.

Daniela has been part of the historical 2002 cast, touring around Italy for three and more theatre seasons.

"Scugnizzi" is a brand new show in the italian theatre scene, with a great attention to social issues and young people.

"Fiori giapponesi"

Sotto il vestito .. Napoli

“The classic neapolitan melody divests of the rhetoric of the past and dresses itself with jazz atmospheres”. "Sotto il vestito Napoli" is an artistic project aiming at representing the very essential musical soul of Naples.

Songs about love, death, sex and fate and the voices in subtraction of Daniela Fiorentino,Fiorenza Calogero and Lorena Tamaggio undress neapolitan song of every frill and cliché. In this record, Daniela expresses unusual characteristics of her voice. Scratchy and sometimes rough, deeply intimate, Daniela Fiorentino’s voice represents a strong, intense, irascible passion, quite typical of neapolitan woman, who as a wife or as a mother, like a lioness often takes charge of everyday life.

Fiorentino’s intense voice is particularly evident in her cheeky interpretation of the 70’s tune ‘A Canzuncella, by Alunni Del Sole.

Daniela Fiorentino is also the mischievous story teller in "Funtana all’ombra" (by EA Mario) and gives a sensual and desperate interpretation of "Na Bruna" by Sergio Bruni. Together Daniela, Fiorenza and Lorena took part to "Passione", John Turturro’s acculaimed movie about neapolitan song, singing "Canto delle lavandaie del Vomero", the most ancient neapolitan song ever known. The song is the bonus track of the album.

"Novecento Napoletano"

The imposing, impeccable cast of great interpreters of “Novecento napoletano”, directed by Bruno Garofalo and accompanied by the orchestra led by Maestro Tonino Esposito, perform a unique suggestive show.

On the stage every sort of human feeling is intensely represented through songs and sketches: joy, jealousy, laugh, prayer, betrayal, nostalgia, love.

FRENCH GIRL - The Project

“French girl” is a witty revisiting of Neapolitan traditional music, a collection of nine of the most famous Neapolitan songs, translated and authorized into French, with a closing instrumental track which gives the title to the project. The Neapolitan spirit and poetry sits with the elegance of French language, producing an innovative outcome.

The album tracks range from a breezy, jazzy mood to a more intimate one, passing through burlesque funny sensuality.

Some atmospheres evoke exotic sceneries, some others bring us directly to the energy of music halls, some again appear as soundtracks of mystery, passion and love.

The result is contemporarily resonant, and flutteringly alive.

The translations of the songs are under copyright protection and are authorized by the publishing houses who hold the rights on the songs.