Pink Martini returns to Romania to perform at Sala Palatului in Bucharest on October 4, next to China Forbes. BZN also comes back to Bucharest for a last show in Romania on October 10, while Morrissey will sing for the first time in our country on October 14.
Pink Martini will perform songs from their “Dream a little dream” album released in 2014, but also old hits. The album is the first international release of the real great grandchildren of the capitan and of Maria von Trapp from the famous musical “The Sound of Music” in 1965.
BZN comes back to Bucharest for a final show for the Romanian audience. “We’ll come back in Romania on October 10 at Sala Palatului for a grandiose concert, <Blue Eyes>, <Dance, Dance> and many other hits. We hope you’ll be there,” was the message sent by BZN’s Jan and Anny.
British singer and composer Morrissey will also perform at Sala Palatului, four days later, on October 14 within his European tour, which started in UK in September.
Among other foreign artists performing in Romania this month there is also Christian Ihle Hadland, widely recognized as one of Norway’s most exciting young piano talents, who will have two representations on October 8 and 9 at Radio Hall, Bucharest.
Avishai Cohen Trio has also booked the Radio Hall on October 10 and 11, while Joe Satriani will sing at Sala Polivalenta on October 12.
Emir Kusturica & The No Smoking Orchestra will come at Beraria H on October 23 and Emma Shapplin, also known as ‘the barefoot diva’ with angelic voice will perform at Sala Palatului on October 30.