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Romanian Ion Marin to conduct Sankt Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra

Romanian conductor Ion Marin will conduct Sankt Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra on Sunday in a performance that will include Symphony no.9 by Gustav Mahler and Piano concert no. 9 by W.A. Mozart, performed by Miroslav Kultushev. Ion Marin is collaborating with ...

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10 days of full-scale culture and education at FIE Iasi 2015

Hundreds of cultural and educational events will be organized as part of the International Festival of Education due in Iasi for 10 days. From theater, music, film, opera, concerts, motivational conferences, creation workshops, poetry, most of the events will take ...

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Night of Museums: Operetta arias performed in Bellu Cemetery

Reaching this year its 11th edition, the Night of Museums is one of the most popular and longest-running cultural events for the general public, celebrated at European level. Initiated by France’s Ministry of Culture and Communication, the event attracts annually ...

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Artists from 7 countries are on “Magic Flute” show

Artists from France, Cyprus, China, Bulgaria, Turkey, Albania and Romania are staring the “Magic Flute” show by W.A. Mozart to a German libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder, which is presented for the first time by the Comic Opera for Children on ...

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Revamped Grand Hall of National Theater in Bucharest reopens on Saturday

The Grand Hall of the “I.L. Caragiale” National Theater of Bucharest reopens to the public on Saturday, marking the completion of a long process of reconstruction, rehabilitation and modernization. The revamping process lasted four years, implying costs of about 65 ...

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Norwegian pianist Hakon Austbo to perform in Bucharest in May

One of the great Norwegian masters of the piano, Hakon Austbo will perform at the Romanian Athenaeum on May 18. The recital will rejoin works by de Frederic Chopin, Edvard Grieg, Olivier Messiaen and Claude Debussy. Hakon Austbo has been ...

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Most Romanians don’t go to theater, barometer shows

How important is culture for Romanians? This is the question the 2014 Cultural Consumption Barometer is trying to answer for the 9th time. Thus, according to the survey, almost a quarter of Romanians (24 percent) believe that culture is “not ...

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Baroque night at Radio Hall

The Radio Chamber Music Orchestra invites music fans to a special journey to the most elegant and glitziest royal court of the European baroque- the legendary Sun King, Ludovic the 14th court. The event, entitled “Le roi danse (The king ...

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“Falstaff” directed by Graham Vick presented for the first time at Bucharest Opera

“Falstaff”, the last of Giuseppe Verdi’s creations and directed by the famous British director Graham Vick (photo) will have its opening night at Bucharest Opera on February 19, starting 7 p.m. “Falstaff” is a modern setting, totally different from what ...

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