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'Hoinar'- Piano Festival, 3rd edition - virtuososessions, classical music, jazz and musical concerts
Romanian Music Center and the pianist Florian Mitrea invite young Romanian pianists to attend a program of training courses, workshops and demonstrations, concerts and cultural soirées. The third edition of the Hoinar programis aimed at piano students who train for international levels of performance. The project facilitates the meeting between youngsters and Florian Mitrea, described by the legendary Martha Argerich as "an exceptional pianist", a two-time winner in the Glasgow, Hamamatsu and Munich International Competitions and currently, professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London. He will hold piano virtuoso sessions for two categories of age: Junior, for students up to 12 years old, and Senior, for students over 12 years old.
Following the format of previous editions, Florian Mitrea will hold presentations and demonstrations on practical topics: preparation for international competitions, admission to conservatories abroad and the collaboration with other musicians. Its purpose is to stimulate the performance among young Romanian pianists.
The participants in the sessions will be selected to take part in the Festival's closing concert, recorded and transmitted by the event's partner, Radio România Muzical.
Also, all participants will have free access to all the concerts from the festival. Florian Mitrea has invited artists and people of culture to Bucharest, such as pianist Daria Tudor, soprano and actress Sarah Gabriel and Iain Lane,professor of fine arts and Christian doctrine at the Saint Alban Cathedral in the United Kingdom. They will provide an attractive series of concerts and cultural soirees, with classical music, jazz and musicals. Details regarding the concerts can be found at https://hoinarfestival.wordpress.com/concerte .
The sessions will be held at the Romanian Music Center headquarters in Bucharest, No. 5 Henri Coandă Street, district 1 (landmarks -Romană Plaza, the intersection of Bd. Dacia and Calea Victoriei), between December 14th and 18th2019.
Translated by Irina Ștefan, Universitatea din București,
Facultatea de Limbi și Literaturi Străine, MTTLC Anul 2