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Theatre goers from Bucharest just as active as Londoners, Parisians or Viennese


Bucharesters are going to the theatre just as much as Londoners, Parisians or Viennese are (around 36%), reveals an IMAS survey commissioned by Nottara Theatre, released at the “Theatre Group of Dialogue” event due at Balassi Magyar Institute in Bucharest ...

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Russian romance concert in Bucharest

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The Russian Centre for Science and Culture is hosting a romance concert dedicated to K.I. Șuljenko work on March 11, at 17:30. Soprano O. Sradjeva and pianist V. Isaev will perform pieces by Tchaikovsky, Glinka, Rimski-Korsakov. The concert is organized with ...

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250 years of excellence of Bolshoi Theatre celebrated in Bucharest


The Russian Centre in Bucharest and SmartArt association invites Romanian audience to celebrate 250 years of excellence of Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. An extraordinary recital of Russian airs and lieds is scheduled on March 23, at 7 p.m. at the ...

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Curious to hear „News from Polska”?

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Five of the most original and remarkable Polish current artists are coming to Bucharest for the „News from Polska” festival, presenting an electronic music concert and four theatre, dance and performance shows at the National Centre of Dance in the ...

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Oedipus returns to Bucharest National Opera. Famous baritone starring


A new performance of ‘Oedipus’ show by George Enescu, starring baritone Andrew Shroeder for the first time in this mise en scene, is due at Bucharest National Opera on Sunday, February 7, at 7 p.m. ‘Oedipus’ is staged by the ...

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Nottara Theatre stages peculiar performance in protest against eviction


Nottara Theatre in Bucharest invites its audience to a peculiar performance on Tuesday, as of 7 p.m., more precisely to see the show from the footwalk in front of the theatre through the building’s glass doors for 30 minutes. The ...

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Famous conductor Kristjan Järvi gets honorary position at radio festival in Bucharest

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Estonian-born American conductor Kristjan Järvi, chief conductor of the MDR Symphony Orchestra will be the honorary director of the RadiRo Festival in Bucharest due September 23-October 1. The festival, arrived at its third edition, is organized by Radio Romania. The ...

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Nottara Theatre runs out of HQs again


Nottara Theatre in Bucharest remained without headquarters again, after the ArCuB building on Batiste Street, where it was supposed to resume activity, was also ranked among the buildings with high seismic risk. The theatre management says they have found out ...

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