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24 years of broadcasting Radio Romania Muzical: Mozart - Concerto for flute, harp and orchestra - LIVE from Sala Radio
Have you ever listened to a concert for flute, harp and orchestra?
A special sound accompaniment, under the signature of the brilliant Mozart, is what we propose for Wednesday, March 24th (7 p.m), three appreciated Romanian musicians: the conductor NICOLAE MOLDOVEANU, the flutist MATEI IOACHIMESCU and the harpist MARIA BÎLDEA - together with the Romanian Radio Chamber Orchestra.
The event, presented on the stage of the Sala Radio and broadcast LIVE on Radio and on Facebook, is the occasion of the 24th anniversary of the broadcast of Radio Romania Muzical, the Romanian radio channel dedicated exclusively to classical and jazz music. Radio Romania Muzical offers us -24 hours a day - the best performers, information about the most important events in the country and abroad and live broadcasts from the great concert halls of the world, with the most appreciated ensembles of the moment.
In addition to the Mozart concert, the evening's program also includes Symphony No. 5 by Franz Schubert, thus completing a superb incursion into Viennese musical classicism.
Violinist, chorister, organist and last but not least conductor, NICOLAE MOLDOVEANU is one of the Romanian musicians who has built a vast career in the international art world. Important ensembles he has conducted over the years include: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Dutch Radio Orchestra, BBC Concert, BBC Philharmonic, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, Stockholm Chamber Orchestra, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony and others.
The flutist MATEI IOACHIMESCU studied at the Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Vienna. The artist supports an impressive concert activity, presents very successful programs in Europe and Asia and is recognized for his interpretations of the baroque repertoire, but also modern, and for cross-over projects.
He has won several awards and has been applauded on European and Japanese stages, such as the Konzerthaus Wien, Conservatorio Santa Cecilia - Rome, Budapest Music Center or Suntory Hall - Tokyo. The debut album made together with the pianist Cătălina Butcaru, entitled "Lumière", is considered by the critics a reference product for these two instruments. He is known for the national tournaments Paris, Playlist, Colors of Sounds and, more recently, for the project La Vida Loca.
MARIA BÎLDEA, (together with Greek Radio National Symphony Orchestra), was applauded for over 20 years. She founded, in 1988, the first harp class at the Conservatory of Thessaloniki, and in 1992 at the Conservatory of Athens. She has performed with the largest orchestras in Romania and Greece, has given recitals in France, Great Britain, Germany, Canada, USA, etc. and performed music composed by Vanghelis for "Alexander" (directed by Oliver Stone). She is currently a member of the National Radio Orchestra. CIPRIAN ȚUU
The concert will be broadcast LIVE on the radio - on all frequencies of Radio Romania Cultural and Radio Romania Muzical - in live streaming on the Internet, on the websites www.radioromaniacultural.ro and www.romania-muzical.ro, as well as on the facebook pages (Orchestrele si Corurile Radio and Radio Romania Muzical).
For more information on Radio Orchestras and Choirs, please see the website www.orchestreradio.ro.
Translated by Gruia Alexandra,
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, MTTLC, year I
Corrected by Silvia Petrescu