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Conductor Tiberiu Soare and cellist Răzvan Suma will be applauded on the Radio Hall stage
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021 (from 19.00), the RADIO CHAMBER ORCHESTRAand two of the most active Romanian musicians, with numerous concerts presented both in the country and abroad - the conductor TIBERIU SOARE and the cellist RĂZVAN SUMA - They propose to you an evening dedicated especially to Austrian musical classicism, at the Radio Hall. You will listen two creations of the two great exponents of music in eighteenth-century imperial Vienna: HAYDN: Concerto no. 1 for cello and orchestra and MOZART: Symphony no. 29.
The program of the concert at the Radio Hall will open with a Romanian work: Codex Caioni Suite for string orchestra, signed by DAN VOICULESCU (1940-2009). The training, but also the career of the composer are closely related to the institution he graduated and where he trained, generations of students, as a teacher: "Gh. Dima" Academy of Music in Cluj-Napoca. Dan Voiculescu attended advanced courses and internships in Venice, Cologne and Darmstadt and created theater music, vocal-symphonic scores, chamber music and a large number of choral creations.
Conductor of the Bucharest National Opera and principal conductor of the Sibiu Philharmonic, TIBERIU SOARE has been carrying out his artistic activity since 1999. Between 2012-2015, he was the chief conductor of the Radio Romania Orchestras and Choirs, recording numerous successes with these ensembles on the stage of Radio Hall, as well as during outdoor events or international tours.
He also held the position of an artistic director for the Bucharest National Opera and is constantly invited to conduct at the desk of all orchestras in Romania. Abroad, his work has consisted in collaborations with numerous prestigious ensembles, such as: London Philharmonic Orchestra, Kammer Ensemble N (Sweden), Musica Vitae Chamber Orchestra (Sweden), Osaka Chamber Symphony Orchestra (Japan), Athens Philharmonic Orchestra , "Bedrich Smetana" Philharmonic Orchestra (Czech Republic), Prague Radio Orchestra, Salzburg Chamber, Beirut Symphony Orchestra (Lebanon), Izmir State Symphony Orchestra (Turkey) and others.
Soloist of the Radio Orchestras and artistic director of the ICon Arts Transilvania project, cellist RĂZVAN SUMA develops a vast international career as a soloist, the over 1000 concerts and recitals he has given being appreciated all over the continents. With a career embodied in his 12 CDs, Răzvan Suma is considered one of the most prolific Romanian cellists of the moment. Following the national tour "Do you like BACH?", the artist released in Romania the first complete recording of the complete suites for solo cello composed by J.S. Bach, CD produced with the support of Sonoro Records.
Răzvan Suma has become extremely appreciated by the general public thanks to the national and international tours he has presented since 2006. Since the launch of the question "Do you like Bach?", in 2012, Cellist Răzvan Suma has offered the Romanian public two editions which included the repertoire of the great German composer and then he came back every year with new proposals, in order to introduce the Romanian public in to the musical universe of the genius composers of classical music: "Do you like Brahms?" (2014), "Do you like Tango?" (2015), "Do you like SCHU / bert / mann?" (2016), "Do you like Beethoven?" (2017). The tournament "Do you like Cello?" - 2018 - brought a new artistic approach in the activity of the cellist Răzvan Suma.
The access to the Radio Hall will be allowed only under the conditions of compliance with the legal regulations in force. Wearing the mask is mandatory and public access to the concert hall (30% of maximum capacity) will be allowed based on the presentation of proof of vaccination or passing through the disease, which is done only through the EU digital certificate for COVID, available athttps://certificat-covid.gov.ro/, whose verification is the responsibility of Radio Romania staff, through the mobile verification application "Check DCC". For further details about the access, you can consult the official website https://www.orchestreradio.ro/ .
Tickets are available online on iabilet.ro. Also, they can be purchased ONLY on the day of the concert (between 14.00 and 19.00) and at the box office of the Radio Hall. Tickets are also available in Flanco stores, Rompetrol gas stations, Unirii 1 Metro, "Musica" stores, IQ BOX, Uman and on Selfpay terminals. Online, you can pay by card, via Paypal, Sodexo cultural ticket cards, on the invoice at Vodafone or Orange or cash on delivery by Fan Courier, anywhere in the country.
The concert will be broadcast LIVE on the airwaves, on all frequencies of Radio România Cultural and Radio România Muzical, and in live streaming on the Internet, on the websites of the two radio stations.
Translated by Medeea Alexandra Stan,
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, MTTLC, year I
Corrected by Silvia Petrescu