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The Pianist Sânziana Mircea and the Cellist Adrian Naidin are Invited at the "Radio Romania Music Interviews" Show

Tuesday, 4 March 2014 , ora 7.59
 
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Live in FM and in audio-video on www.romania-muzical.ro, the "Radio Romania Music Interviews" programme invites the pianist Sânziana Mircea and the cellist Adrian Naidin on Thursday, 6th March, between 19:00 and 20:30; Sânziana Mircea and Adrian Naidin are two of the musicians who have been included in the Foreign Policy Romania list of the 100 Romanian people who have influenced the country through their ideas and actions: The video recording of the programme, conducted by Cristina Comandașu, will be subsequently available on www.romania-muzical.ro, and on the Radio Romania Music YouTube account.

Sânziana Mircea is the 2014 laureate of the League of Romanian Students Abroad Awards, Arts category. She is a student at the Cologne Academy of Music and Dance (Hochschüle für Musik und Tanz of Köln), and has performed in recitals and concerts on important stages both in Europe and Asia. On 4th March, 2014, she performed in a recital in the Small Hall of the Romanian Athenaeum, as part of the Tuesday Evening Season; pieces from this recording can also be listened during the "Radio Romania Music Interviews" programme, on 6th March. 2014.

The cellist Adrian Naidin is a member of the National Radio Orchestra; the Foreign Policy Romania distinguishes him at the Culture section, for his music, which represents a mixture between classical and folk music; Adrian Naidin is also famous for his cross-over music projects which focus on the Romanian folk music. During the Radio Romania Music Interview programme on 6th March, 2014, we will have the opportunity to listen to a series of recordings from December 2011, containing this kind of repertoire and which have been recorded in the Radio Romania studios.



Translated by Aida Birghila and Elena Daniela Radu
MTTLC, The University of Bucharest