THE DIALOGUES OF THE SOUL. Alice Năstase Buciuta in dialogue with ...
Between the 2nd - 27th of April, 2021, from 6 pm, the Association for Music, Art and Culture, the Help Autism Association, the InfoEuropa Center within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kaufland Romania and Radio Romania Musical, invite the public to a series of virtual meetings which will take place under the title "Dialogues of the soul. Alice Năstase Buciuta in dialogue with…" - special edition dedicated to the project SOUL IN COLORS for the benefit of children with autism.
The acclaimed journalist Alice Năstase Buciuta, Ambassador Help Autism 2019, will meet both on the airwaves and in the studio of Canal 33 Romania - partner of the event, with some of the Romanian and foreign musicians who supported - through their art and talent - the cause children with special minds throughout the six editions of the project SOUL IN COLORS. Charity concert for children with autism. Thus, throughout April the public will be able to meet the conductor Gabriel BEBEȘELEA, the sopranos Laura TĂTULESCU, Leontina VĂDUVA and Rodica VICA, the tenor Ștefan POP, the mezzo-sopranos Roxana CONSTANTINESCU and Andreea IFTIMESCU, the baritone Vlad CROSMANI, VIOLI MAISTOROVICI, cellist Marin CAZACU, pianists Luminița BERARIU, Mara DOBRESCU, Thierry HUILLET and Diana IONESCU and Anna Katharina SCHEIDEREITER, CSR-Manager Kaufland Romania.
All these virtual meetings will give the audience not only the joy of reuniting with some of the most talented musicians, but also the opportunity to support children and adolescents with autism through donations on the Galantom platform, the funds being directed to therapy programs that Help Autism supports annually 600 children and adolescents to reach their potential. Donations can be made, within the campaign dedicated to Autism Awareness Month - A Necessary Gift on:
The meetings will take place both on the Facebook page of the Association for Music, Art and Culture: https://www.facebook.com/asociatia.muzicaartacultura/ and on the YouTube channel of the association, and on the Facebook page of: the association Help Autism : https://www.facebook.com/helpautism.ro/ , Radio România Muzical: https://www.facebook.com/Radio-Rom%C3%A2nia-Muzical-227784404990/ and of the magazine Marea Dragoste: https: //www.facebook.com/MareaDragoste, and the meetings from April 6, respectively April 27, on the Youtube page of Canal 33 Romania: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChXVCKn5sa-e-bNXjX47lJw.
There will be 7 meetings and 17 guests, according to the following schedule:
• Friday, April 2nd, 18:00 - International Autism Awareness Day
Soprano Rodica VICĂ (Austria), tenor Ștefan POP (Romania) and Anna Katharina SCHEIDEREITER - CSR Kaufland Romania (Germany-Romania)
• Tuesday, April 6th, 6 pm, Canal 33 Romania studio
Violinist Vlad MAISTOROVICI (Romania) and pianist DIANA IONESCU (Romania)
• Friday, April 9th, 6 p.m.
Violinist Remus AZOIȚEI (Great Britain) and pianist Mara DOBRESCU (France)
• Friday, April 16th, 6 p.m.
Soprano Leontina WIDOW (France)
• Tuesday, April 20th, 6:00 p.m.
Violinist Clara CERNAT (France) and French pianist Thierry HUILLET (France)
• Friday, April 23rd, 6:00 p.m.
Conductor Gabriel BEBEȘELEA (Austria), soprano Rodica VICĂ (Austria), mezzo-soprano Andreeea IFTIMESCU (Romania) and baritone Vlad CROSMAN (France)
• Tuesday, April 27th, at 18:00, Canal 33 Romania studio
Soprano Laura TĂTULESCU (Romania), mezzo-soprano Roxana CONSTANTINESCU (France), cellist Marin CAZACU (Romania) and pianist Luminița BERARIU (Romania)
Alice Năstase Buciuta is a writer and journalist, with a respectable history of creator and editor-in-chief of several country publications, all with a great openness to the cultural field and, especially, to that of classical music (Tango Magazine 2004-2011, Dinu Lipatti Cultural Center Magazine, First Love, Music 2018-2019, Tango-Great Love Magazine, 2011-2021). Having a doctorate dedicated to women's journalism and a vast experience as an interviewer, Alice Năstase Buciuta was noted for the grace of obtaining valuable disclosures from her interlocutors, confessions kept in the pages of publications, archived in the site www.revistatango.ro or on the YouTube channel of Canal 33 Romania television, where he has been producing the cultural show "Marea Dragoste" for three years. Alice Năstase Buciuta is the author of the book Marina, Marina, Marina - Marina Krilovici, a volume dedicated to the biography of the great Romanian soprano and, over the years, has conducted valuable interviews with great personalities of Romanian music such as composers Dan Dediu, Eugen Doga, Carmen Petra -Basacopol, conductors Gabriel Bebeșelea, Tiberiu Soare, Daniel Jinga, Voicu Popescu, soloists Marina Krilovici, Nelly Miricioiu, Teodor Ilincăi, Anita Hartig, Leontina Văduva, Lucian Petrean, Rodica Vică, Roxana Constantinescu, Irina Iordăchescu, Lavinus Vladecheiu , Laura Tătulescu, Laura Nicorescu or with personalities of international music such as soloists Sumi Jo, Roberto Alagna, Ramon Vargas, Venera Protasova or conductors Marcello Mottadelli, Keri-Lynn Wilson, Leo Hussain. In 2019 Alice Năstase Buciuta presented the sixth edition of the charity event "Soul in colors" and became the ambassador of the Help Autism Association.
Remus AZOIȚEI - violinist: https://www.remusazoitei.com/new/
Gabriel BEBEȘELEA - conductor: https://www.gabrielbebeselea.com/
Luminița BERARIU - pianist: https://operanb.ro/artist/luminita-berariu/
Marin CAZACU - cellist: https://www.orchestratineret.ro/about-us-director.html
Clara CERNAT - violinist: http://www.pianoviolon.com/index.html
Roxana CONSTANTINESCU - mezzo-soprano: https://roxanaconstantinescu.com/
Vlad CROSMAN - baritone: https://www.arcal-lyrique.fr/personne/vlad-crosman-baryton/
Mara DOBRESCU - pianist: http://maradobresco.com/
Thierry HUILLET - pianist: https://musique21.com/
Andreea IFTIMESCU - mezzo-soprano: https://www.festivalenescu.ro/uncategorized-ro/andreea-iftimescu/
Diana IONESCU - pianist: https://www.pianistdianaionescu.com/artist.php?view=bio
Ștefan POP - tenor: http://stefanpop.eu/
Anna SCHEIDEREITER - CSR-Manager Kaufland Romania: https://life.ro/drumul-katharinei-scheidereiter-de-la-la-un-job-de-vara-intr-o-fabrica-de-suruburi-la-16-ani -to-the-coordination-of-the-csr-department-of-kaufland /
Laura TĂTULESCU - soprano: http://www.lauratatulescu.com/www/
Leontina VĂDUVA - soprano: https://leontinavaduva.wordpress.com/
Rodica VICĂ - soprano: http://www.rodicavica.com/
About the Soul in Colors project:
"We invite you to work together to turn the miracle of music into the miracle of recovering children with autism."
The classical music charity project was founded in 2014 as a combination of the desire of the Association for Music, Art and Culture to provide support for people in need and the goal of the Help Autism Association - to support the recovery of children diagnosed with autism. It is the seventh year in which the Help Autism Association marks the International Autism Awareness Day, April 2, through this cultural event designed to draw attention to the issue of autism in Romania and raise funds to support the more than 600 children and adolescents in the association. More details about the project initiated by the Association for Music, Art and Culture, as well as about the previous editions of the project can be found on: http://musicarte.ro/suflet-in-culori/
Worldwide, 1 in 68 children is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and the results of studies conducted in our country unfortunately put us in the same incidence. In Romania, every year, 1000 children are diagnosed with autism (according to the National Institute of Mental Health). Autism is the most common childhood disorder, it cannot be cured, but through early diagnosis and specialized intervention, almost half of affected children can live an independent life. A child with autism spends on average between two and eight hours a day in the therapy room, months or even years in a row, and the costs are between 2000 and 5000 lei per month. 11 years after its establishment, the Help Autism Association is today the largest organization dedicated to children with pervasive developmental disorders in Romania. Help Autism supports hundreds of children diagnosed with ASD through therapy programs, in the 5 centers and at home. From specific therapy to school integration programs, from support for parents to awareness, lobbying and advocacy campaigns, Help Autism seeks to constantly provide a range of solutions for children and adolescents with autism and their families, to prepare the school and society to accept and integrate them. More details about the activity of the Help Autism Association can be found on www.helpautism.ro
Translated by Alma Teodora Miron,
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, MTTLC, year I
Corrected by Silvia Petrescu