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Music and diplomacy for the presentation of the program of the George Enescu International Festival for the German language press
Kristjan JÄRVI, conductor of the "Baltic Sea Philharmonic", artistic director of the MDR Symphony Orchestra, Paul MÜLLER, artistic director of the Munich Philharmonic, Ainars RUBIKIS, conductor of the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra for the performance of "Die Tote Stadt", are three of the artists who will participate on Wednesday, March 24th, starting with 12.00 (Romanian time) in an online event for the presentation of the program of the George Enescu International Festival for the German-language press from several European countries.
The conference can be viewed on the festival's website at this link.
During this period, the Enescu Festival carries out external promotion activities, given that it is one of the world's top events in the field of classical music and a strong cultural brand for Romania. The conference aims to preface the program prepared by the organizers and the contribution of the participating artists, while highlighting the value of the Enescu Festival in the context of cultural dialogue between countries. For this reason, the conversation will involve both artists and representatives of the diplomatic corps, as well as the management of the Festival.
Vladimir JUROWSKI, Artistic Director of the George Enescu International Festival and Competition (recorded message)
Cord MEIER-KLODT, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Romania
Emil HUREZEANU, Ambassador of Romania to the Federal Republic of Germany
Arthur MATTLI, Ambassador of the Swiss Confederation to Romania
Vlad VASILIU, Ambassador of Romania to the Swiss Confederation
Bogdan MAZURU, Ambassador of Romania to the Republic of Austria (recorded video message)
Thomas KLOIBER, Director of the Austrian Cultural Forum Bucharest and cultural attaché of the Austrian Embassy in Romania
Kristjan JÄRVI, conductor of the "Baltic Sea Philharmonic", artistic director of the MDR Symphony Orchestra
Diana DAMRAU, soprano (recorded video message)
Patricia KOPATCHINSKAJA, violinist (recorded video)
Paul MÜLLER, artistic director of the Munich Philharmonic
Ainars RUBIKIS, conductor of the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra for the performance of "Die Tote Stadt"
Andreas HAEFLIGER, pianist in the concert of the Transylvania Philharmonic Orchestra from Cluj-Napoca (concert series "Music of the 21st century")
Anthony ERNST, conductor of the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra
Marcel FALK, conductor of the Basel Chamber Orchestra
Adam FISCHER, conductor of the Basel Chamber Orchestra (recorded message)
Daniel MÜLLER-SCHOTT, cellist in concert with the Scala Theater Orchestra ("Great Orchestras of the World" concert series)
Daniel CIOBANU, winner of the Arthur Rubinstein International Competition, pianist in the opera "Les Noces" with the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra
Nicolae MOLDOVEANU, conductor of the concert of the "London Mozart Players" Ensemble
Mihai CONSTANTINESCU, General Manager of the George Enescu International Festival and Competition
Moderator: Medana Weident, DW journalist
The Romanian press and public can watch the conference on site-ul Festivalului Enescu and on his Facebook page.
The working language will be German, without translation.
Translated by Alma Teodora Miron,
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, MTTLC, year I
Corrected by Silvia Petrescu