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The National Radio Orchestra, conductor Tiberiu Soare, pianist Horia Mihail and violinist Gabriel Croitoru at the Bucharest Music Film Festival

Thursday, 20 June 2013 , ora 8.00
Between 21st and 30th June, George Enescu Square, which is situated next to The Romanian Athenaeum, becomes an oasis of good music, dance and movies, thanks to the 8th edition of Bucharest Music Film Festival, initiated by Bucharest City Hall by way of ArCuB, the Centre for Cultural Projects. This event will last ten days in which the city centre will be beautifully and elegantly decorated with flowers and it will welcome free of charge people of all ages and art lovers. The audience will be entertained with recitals and classical music concerts under the baton of some distinguished conductors and also nocturnal projections, including documentaries, opera and ballet performances.

After the closing of an eventful season, the National Radio Orchestra and Chorus will meet again with its audience at two events at the festival that takes place at the George Enescu Square.

Saturday, 22nd June, at 19:30 o'clock, The National Radio Orchestra and its principal conductor, Tiberiu Soare invites you to take part in the wonderful evening predominantly conceived around the most famous and beautiful opera pieces such as La Traviata and La Forza Del Destino by Verdi, Il Barbiere Di Siviglia by Rossini, La Bohème and Turandot by Puccini, Le Nozze Di Figaro and Don Giovanni by Mozart, Carmen by Bizet, Evgheni Oneghin by Tchaikovsky and others. Alongside The National Radio Orchestra you will have the opportunity to assess the performance of the following young soloists: soprano Ana Maria Donose, mezzo - soprano Maria Jinga, tenor Liviu Indricau and baritone Daniel Pop.

Wednesday, 26th June, at 20:00 o'clock, two of the busiest Romanian musicians, soloists of the National Radio Orchestra and Chorus, pianist Horia Mihail and violinist Gabriel Croitoru are looking forward to enchant you with their wonderful recital which will include works by Haydn, Ravel, Dvoűák and others, a remarkable display of artistry.

For further information on the 2012-2013 season of The National Radio Orchestra and Chorus, please refer to the following websites: orchestreradio.ro or orchestreradio.com.

Translated by Morosanu Petronela and Elena Daniela Radu
MTTLC, The University of Bucharest