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Magical Spanish Night - Extraordinary New Year’s Eve 2020 Concert, 7th edition

Thursday, 17 October 2019 , ora 14.49

Calea Victoriei Foundation invites you on January 7, at 7.00 p.m., at the Radio Hall in Bucharest, to start the year 2020 with the exceptional conductor Tiberiu Soare and Symphactory Orchestra on the incandescent, sensual and energy-filled rhythms of Spanish-inspired music.

A special guest of the Extraordinary New Year's Eve 2020 Concert - a renowned event that opens the Bucharest musical season - is the talented and charming bass-baritone Zoltan Nagy, an artist with an impressive international career.

Baritone Zoltan Nagy from Cluj is, at the age of 35, one of the most appreciated Romanian opera singers worldwide. Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, Hamburg Opera, Teatro Massimo Palermo, Singapore Philharmonic, Taiwan National Orchestra, Shaanxi Grand TheatreXI'an in China, Bilbao Opera, Opera de Nice, Onassis Athens, Budapest State Opera are just a few of the scenesconquered by the young baritone. His special voice and manner of interpretation have often been noticed by international specialized critics.

The audience present at this gala concert will be enchanted by the brilliant compositions of Maurice Ravel, the famous Boléro, Rimski-Korsakov, Emmanuel Chabrier, Manuel de Falla, Gerónimo Giménez, Carlos Gardel and others.

Tickets for the concert can be purchased only via the Eventim network: Online Here or in Vodafone, Orange, Germanos, Carrefour stores, Cărturești and Humanitas bookstores, OMV petrol stations.

Ticket Categories: 1stCategory - 150 RON, 2ndCategory - 125 RON, 3rdCategory - 95 RON

The Extraordinary New Year's Eve Concert - 2020 edition is organized with the support of: Bondoc and Associates Law House SCA, Grand Hotel Continental and the National Music University of Bucharest.

Co-producer: Radio Romania Musical

Strategic media partners: Radio Romania Cultural, RFI Romania

Media partners: Forbes Romania, Forbes Life, Cinemagia, Agerpres, 100delocuri.ro, Bookhub, Ziarul Metropolis, Decât o Revistă, Zile și Nopți.

Calea Victoriei Foundation is the only place in Bucharest where you can improve yourself with the help of art and culture by means of a wide variety of cultural and interactive courses and events. For over 12 years we have been inspiring through arts and culture and supporting talented young people. We have managed to be pioneers with respect to the way in which cultural events are organized and, over time, we have become an academy where over 100 researchers, artists and trainers have developed as lecturers.


We pride ourselves with over 50000 students who have participated in our projects and over 3000 young people who have received scholarships (free participation in preferred courses). We thank everyone who has supported us over all these years: National Military Circle, Grand Continental Hotel, National Music University of Bucharest, National Bank of Romania, Odeon Theatre and Cotroceni Museum.

Translated by Mădălina Grosoiu, University of Bucharest, 2nd year MTTLC student