The cellist Răzvan Suma plays Haydn at Radio Hall!
Cellist RĂZVAN SUMA, - well-known in Romania from his numerous tours he has had since 2012, such as the suite "Do You Like BACH?", "Do You Like BRAHMS?", "Do You Like Tango?", "Do You Like SCHU...?", "Do you like Cello?", and the tours of the ArgEnTango group - invites you on Wednesday, the 28th of November (7 p.m.), to the Radio Hall!
Together with the Radio Chamber Orchestra, Răzvan Suma will perform Haydn - Concerto No. 2 for Cello and Orchestra. Mozart said about Haydn, who is considered one of the most prolific composers of all time, the following: 'He alone has the secret of making me smile and touching me to the bottom of my soul'.
The event will take place under the baton of the conductor CRISTIAN OROȘANU, who has stood at the stand of some prestigious ensembles such as: the Orchestre de Paris (as part of the Aix-en-Provence Festival), Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine, BBC Scottish Orchestra, Orchestre National Porto, Strasbourg Philharmonic, Brussels Philharmonic and many more.
During the concert, Radio Hall invites you to a meeting with one of Mozart's scores - Divertimento for string quartet or string orchestra in D major and two works created by the Romanian composers: Constantin Silvestri - Three Pieces for Strings and Paul Constantinescu - Concerto for String Orchestra.
Translated by Nițu Diana-Alexandra,
MTTLC 2nd year, University of Bucharest