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'The Ladies Sing Jazz' with Irina Sârbu and Nadia Trohin - LIVE at the Radio Hall!

Thursday, 25 February 2021 , ora 14.48

Two special voices of the Romanian jazz scene - IRINA SÂRBU and NADIA TROHIN - along with the BIG BAND RADIO ensemble, under the musical direction of the renowned conductor and composer IONEL TUDOR, form the "arguments" of a night of LIVE JAZZ as you haven't listened since before the pandemic!

On Thursday, February 15th, 19 PM, the concert suggestively entitled "The Ladies Sing Jazz" will be broadcasted live at the Radio Hall and will be hosted by Cristian Marica.

IRINA SÂRBU is always appreciated for the freshness of her performances and for her spirit of improvisation, which is based on years of study dedicated to classical music, as well as jazz, and a fiery passion for Romanian folklore.

From standard jazz to etno-jazz and, more recently, instrumental scores played by voice (such as Hora staccato and Hora mărțișorului by Grigoraș Dinicu, and the Violin and Orchestra Concerto in A minor by Bach, first part) the musical journey of this lead singer with a very special timbre attracted the attention of many musicians who wished to collaborate with her in various projects.

Born in Chișinău, Nadia Trohin studied at the University of Music Bucharest and was the lead singer of the Millenium band and a member of the Jazzapellavocal group. She is also publicly known by the name of "Fata sihastră", after the successful song with the same name, that she played as a singer of the Millenium band.

Her collab with the pianist Mircea Tiberian started in 2011, when the two recorded the album "La margine de București". Nadia's career is marked by collaborations with important names of the local and international jazz scene, as well as having participated at jazz festivals.

The concert will be broadcasted live - on all Radio Romania Cultural and Radio Romania Muzical frequencies - live-streamed online, on www.radioromaniacultural.ro and www.romania-muzical.ro, and on the Orchestrele și Corurile Radio and Radio România Muzical Facebook pages.

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