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VIP tickets, put up for sale for the Al Di Meola gig in Bucharest

29 VIP tickets have been put up for sale for the concert that famous U.S. guitarist Al Di Meola is performing in Bucharest, Romania, this autumn. One VIP ticket costs RON 550 and includes: meet & greet package, soundcheck attendance, meeting with Al Di Meola, photo with Al Di Meola and a CD with autograph.

VIP tickets are for the second line in A sector, and can be purchased on startickets.ro!

Information about the meeting hour with Al Di Meola will be available two weeks before the concert, so you’d better follow the organizers’s website and their Facebook page.

The famous American guitarist Al Di Meola will come back to Romania this autumn on November 27, in an event dedicated to his latest album “Opus”, released at the end of February this year. The gig is hosted at Sala Palatului, with the gates opening at 18:30.

With OPUS I wanted to further my compositional skills as I think that the evolution of this part of my persona has labelled me more composer/guitarist than guitarist/composer” – says Di Meola – “at the sametime this record also marks a new era in my life. For the first time in my life, I have written music being happy, I’m in a wonderful relationship with my wife, I have a baby girl and a beautiful family that inspiresme every day. I believe it shows in the music.”

Al Di Meola thus becomes the pioneer of a new style of instrumental music, a mix of jazz sounds and fusion beats with Latino elements.

The artists confessed he wanted to perfect his composing abilities with this new album “OPUS” and this evolution had rather turned him into a composer-guitarist than into a guitarist-composer.

Tickets, with prices ranging from RON 99, to RON 159, RON 199 to RON 299, are available at startickets.ro!

The new album contains 11 songs which will be heard live in Bucharest in November.



The Romania Journal is supporting the event as media partner.

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