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Choral concert at the 'Oltenia' Philharmonic of Craiova

Thursday, 21 January 2021 , ora 15.58

On Friday, January 22nd, at 7 p.m, the "Oltenia" Philharmonic of Craiova invites you to a concert held by the Academic Choir, under the baton of conductor Eugen Petre Sandu, , member of the Union of Composers and Musicologists and of the Romanian National Association of Choral Music.At the piano will perform CORINA STANESCU, praised musician who enjoys the unanimous appreciation of the public and of the specialized critics. The solistic interventions will be provided by Catalin Safciu, lyric artist of the Philharmonic of Craiova.

The program will be diverse, with works from the national and international repertoire and two first auditions: "De-a avea " by Eugen Petre Sandu (first absolute audition) and the overture of the opera Willhelm Tell" by Gioacchino Rossini / arrangement Julie Eschliman:

Jester Hairston: Elijah Rock

George Gershwin/arr. Walter Ehret: Summertime

Gheorghe Dima/arr.Alexandru Racu: De ce nu-mi vii

William L. Dawson: Soon Ah Will Be Done

Valentin Gruescu: Visul legnat

Walter Donaldson: My Blue Heaven

Simeon Nicolescu: Iac-aa!

Alexandru Pacanu: Chindia

Eugen Petre Sandu: De-a avea (first absolute edition)

Grigore Cudalbu: Bis!

Cornel Arion: Haegana cu strigturi

Constantin Baciu: Aoleu, frate peline

Gheorghe Oprea: Unde-i dorul sunt i eu

Anders Orhwall: Swing low, sweet chariot

Gioacchino Rossini/aranj.Julie Eschliman: the overture of the opera"Willhelm Tell" (first audition)

Sabin Pautza: Srii mndra

Sabin Drgoi: Trandafir de pe rzoare

Gheorghe Danga: Srba n cru

Ticket prices: 40 lei; 10 lei (pupils, students, seniors)

Ticket agency, Calea Unirii, no. 16

Telephone number: 0251.414.698

Schedule: Monday - Friday; 10 p.m 6 p.m

Translated by Gruia Alexandra,
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, MTTLC, year I
Corrected by Silvia Petrescu