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Philharmonic 'Oltenia' Craiova - Stage 74 - Musical journey in the Czech Republic

Wednesday, 17 March 2021 , ora 13.51

The symphony concert on Friday, March 19th, 19:00, of the "Oltenia" Craiova Philharmonic is a musical journey in the Czech Republic, with the conductor RADU ZAHARIA at the conductor's rostrum and the cellist ȘTEFAN CAZACU in the solistic pose. In the program will be the symphonic Poem Vltava by BEDØICH SMETANA and the Concerto in S minor for cello by ANTONIN DVOØÁK. Both works evoke the beauty of the czech nature and traditions, both Smetana and Dvoűák, being considered the creators of the modern Czech musical school.

RADU ZAHARIA graduated from the conducting department of the "Gheorghe Dima" Academy of Music in Cluj-Napoca, studying under the guidance of Master Petru Sbârcea. His professional experience combines different types of activities. Since 2012, Radu Zaharia is the producer of a series of concerts under the title "Foedus Concordiae", concerts consisting of an orchestra ensemble and chamber choir, at the desk of which he performed concerts in various cultural or sacred spaces in Arad. Also in November 2012, he assisted master Neil Thomson (England) in his collaboration with the Chamber Orchestra of Romanian Broadcasting.

His attention has also extended to contemporary projects, having been at the rostrum of the Tymes Orchestra since its inception, with which he has performed in unconventional settings, as well as concerts with rock bands.

An exceptional musical talent that finds expression through the sounds of the cello is what already represents ȘTEFAN CAZACU, a young artist who manages to impose himself on the national and international stages. Born in 1994, Stefan Cazacu began his musical training with his father, the great cellist Marin Cazacu. He completed his studies at the National University of Music in Bucharest, in the class of Professor Răzvan Suma, then perfected himself at the University of Music in Vienna.

His talent was rewarded by the numerous I awards obtained in various national competitions, while being awarded with: 1st Prize in the International Competition in Liezen (Austria, 2008), Second Prize in the "Antonio Janigro" Contest (Croatia, 2008), Grand Prize at the Young Musicians Eurovision Contest (2010, Bucharest).

The concert will take place with the audience in the hall, with the limitation of seats to a maximum of 120 persons and compliance with medical safety measures: the access of melomaniacs on separate entrance-exit circuits, temperature measurement, disinfection of hands, wearing the protective mask, physical distance of at least 2 meters between spectators.

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

Ticket Agency, Union Way, No. 16

Phone: 0251.414.698

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

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