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The Traditional Groups of Carol Singers Wish You a Merry Christmas at the Radio Hall!

Wednesday, 12 December 2012 , ora 9.43
 
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For music lovers of all ages, who enjoy various music genres, December is the month of surprise concerts at the Radio Hall, which naturally include Christmas carols and songs, an occasion for the audience to feel the magic atmosphere of the festive season. If on 9th December the audience enjoyed carols sung by children or compositions with religious influences sung by two specialised artistic ensembles, and on 13th December the Academic Radio Choir will sing Christmas songs of Slavic origin, the concert scheduled at 5 p.m., on Sunday, 16th December will give you the chance to listen to traditional Christmas carols.

Do you miss the groups of carol singers at home, the smell of the traditional Christmas cake, of walnuts and apples, and the Christmas star heralding the birth of our Lord? Under the title 'We go carolling…', ensembles presenting Christmas customs and traditions, as well as groups of carol singers from Arad, Sibiu, Mehedinți, Suceava, Tulcea, Vrancea, and Maramureș will bring back the magic of childhood at the Radio Hall.

You will be able to listen to Marcel Părău and the 'Merghindeal' carol-singing group (Sibiu County), Alina and Genuca Ceuca, Elena Mimiș Trancă and the 'Liliacul' group (Mehedinți County), the 'Junii Crișului' ensemble (Arad County), the 'Măgura-Cernești' ensemble (Maramureș County), the 'Poienița' ensemble (Suceava County), the 'Moșoaiele' carol-singing ensemble (Tulcea County), and the 'Chipărușul' carol-singing ensemble (Vrancea County).

The event will be presented by actress Natașa Raab, Anca Negoescu is in charge of production, and the responsibility for organising the whole event belongs to Violeta Ianculescu.

For further information on the 2012-2013 season of the Radio Orchestras and Choirs, please visit orchestre.srr.ro.

Tickets are available on www.bilete.ro, at the Romanian Post Offices marked 'Bilete.ro', as well as at the Radio Hall box office.


Translated by Cristina Firoiu and Elena Daniela Radu
MTTLC graduatse, Bucharest University