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Look, carolers are coming- at Brașov Opera!

Sunday, 20 December 2020 , ora 12.57

This year, Brașov Opera invites you to receive the good news of the Nativity of the Savior in a different way, from home because the times don't allow us to go with the carol or to meet in the auditorium. But our artists, along with their guests, deeply wish to bring you the emotion and joy of this great celebration of Christianity. Therefore, on Tuesday, December 20th, 2020, starting with 6:30 p.m., we are waiting for you to watch, online, the extraordinary show "Look, carolers are coming…at Brașov Opera!" During this festive gala, you will be able to listen to Romanian carols, winter songs from the international repertoire, in unique arrangements, famous songs that will introduce us to the fairytale atmosphere of Christmas.

Special guests in our show will be two exceptional artists: Paula Seling and Dalma, who honor and delight us with their presence. Along with them, the soloists of the Brașov Opera will perform: Aurelia Florian, Carmen Topciu, Anda Pop, Asineta Răducan, Adrian Mărcan, Liviu Iftene, Alexandru Aghenie, Mihai Irimia, Mădălina Bourceanu, Valentina Mărgăraș, Lăcrămioara Schuller, Nicoleta Chirilă, Cristina Roșu, Ștefan Schuller, Dan Popescu, Marian Rește, Valentin Marele andthe vocal quintet ANATOLY. The band VIBE also participates in this event. Presented by: Simona Manole andLorand Cristian. The Orchestra, Choir and Ballet of the Brașov Opera give their competition. The master Mircea Holiartoc will be at the rostrum. The artistic direction is signed by Anda Tabacaru. Scenography: Rodica Garștea. Choir conductor: Dragoș-Mihai Cohal. Choreography: Alexandru Fotescu, Ioan Dorin Coșeriu. Choreography assistants: Iulia Coșeriu, Anca Branea. Stage director: Marilena Aldea.

The event will be broadcast online, both on the Facebook page of the Brasov Opera and on the official YouTube channel.

Translated by Călinescu Emilia-Georgiana,
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, MTTLC, year I
Corrected by Silvia Petrescu