Godsmack will perform its second gig in Bucharest this year, on April 1, after the one on March 31. The foreign artists to perform in April in the Romanian Capital also include Bullet for My Valentine, Goran Bregovic, John McLaughlin, Placido Domingo Jr. or Avishai Cohen.
The US rock band Godsmack is opening the list of April concerts in Bucharest. The band has performed the first gig at Arenele Romane on Sunday evening, March 31 and the second one on Monday, April 1, at the same venue. The opening act will be performed by New Zealand-based band Like a Storm.
Established in 1995, Godsmack boasts seven studio albums and a fast international success. The band’s 7th album, „When Legends Rise” was released on April 27, 2018.
Goran Bregovic is also returning to Bucharest, this time for a premiere show, at Sala Palatului on April 2. Bregovic will perform next to an symphony orchestra of 42 artists, three violinists and a 6-person choir. Last tickets available here and at Diverta, Flanco, Carturesti and Sala Palatului booking office.
The Welsh band Bullet For My Valentine is coming back to Bucharest at Arenele Romane on April 8. The band, consisting in Matthew “Matt” Tuck (vocal, rhythm guitar), Michael “Padge” Paget (vocal, guitar), Jamie Mathias (vocal, bass guitar) and Jason Bowld (drums) has over 10 millions sold records.
Plácido Domingo Jr. will perform in Bucharest for the first time, on April 17, next to other national and foreign artists. The concert is due at Sala Palatului, and Domingo Jr. will be accompanied by the Bucharest Metropolitan Orchestra, conducted by Daniel Jinga, in a mix of classic music and jazz and swing beats, taking the classic crossover to a brand new path.
Recently Grammy awarded John McLaughlin is coming to the Romanian Capital on April 18, with the 4th Dimension project, consisting in famous music pros, such as Ranjit Barot (drums), Etienne Mbappe (bass), Gary Husband (keyboard, drums). The band is boasting 4 records, released during 2010-2017.
Soprano Cellia Costea, from the Opera in Athens, is going on stage next to Greek tenor Mario Frangoulis at Sala Palatului on April 20. Mario Frangoulis will be accompanied by the Bucharest Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the Greek conductor Stathis Soulis. The performance will include famous pieces such as “Hijo de la Luna”, “Nights in White Satin” (“Notte di Luce”) and “Vincero Perdero”, but also songs on his latest album “Tourquoise Waters” (“Galazia Limni”).
Renowned Israeli jazz double bassist, composer, singer, and trumpet player, Avishai Cohen, one of the most acclaimed jazz performers of the contemporary stage, is also coming back to Romania this month, for the third time. His concert is due at CinemaPro on April 26. Organized by the Jazz Syndicate Live Sessions, the gig is part the artists’ European tour, “Cross My Palm With Silver”.