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Bucharest Music Film Festival starting on the 9th of September in the Universității Square

Thursday, 1 September 2016 , ora 10.58
 
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Starting on the 9th of September, Bucharest Music Film Festival will take place until the 18th of September in the Universității Square. The guest ensembles on this year's edition are the Bucharest Symphonic Orchestra, Ionel Tudor Orchestra, Bucharest Symphonic Pops, Bucharest Winds, Romanian Radio Brass Quintet, Power Vibes, Opereta în Trei, Grupul Vocal Acapella, the Royal Camerata and the National Radio Orchestra,the festival closing with "A Viennese evening" by Sinfonietta Wien. Bucharest Music Film Festival is organised by the Bucharest Cityhall in collaboration with Arcub. Magda Bucur gave us more details, her being the PR manager of Arcub:

This autumn, Bucharest will be all about music, classic music in particular, because the Bucharest Cityhall and Arcub- the Bucharest Cultural Center is organising between the 9th and the 18th of September, in the Universității Square, "Bucharest Music Film Festival"- a classic music festival at its 11th edition, a festival which is very loved by the Bucharest people, with free entrance, and when people have the opportunity to listen to classic music that is performed by known Romanian orchestras and also by foreign ones. We are speaking about the Bucharest Symphonic Orchestra, Ionel Tudor Orchestra, Bucharest Symphonic Pops Orchestra- a fairly new ensemble, but very successful; there's also Sinfonietta Wien- a young orchestra from the Austria's capital. We have the opportunity to listen to old Romanian hits. Corina Chiriac and Mirabela Dauer will be singing on Saturday with Ionel Tudor Orchestra. But there will also be soundtracks of known movies, such as "Spiderman" or "Tom and Jerry". These will surely please both young and old people.

The programme for the ten days of festival is: during the weekend from 21:00 and during the week from 19:00- in Universității Square, free entrance.



Lucian Haralambie
Translated by Matei Denisa
MTTLC, University of Bucharest, 2nd year