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Magic Summer International Festival opened at Romanian Athenaeum

The third edition of the Magic Summer International Festival brings on the Romanian Athenaeum stage until August 27, a series of concerts performed by Romanian and foreign artists accompanied by orchestras from the Republic of Moldova, Spain, France, Romania, the organizers inform in a release quoted by Agerpres.

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The event organised by Lanto Communication, began the with Paganini′s Caprices for solo violin, Angel or Demon, performed by Alexandru Tomescu.

Three other concerts are scheduled in July, namely on July 16, Moldavia Youth Orchestra, conductor Gabriel Bebeselea, violin soloist Dumitru Pocitari, on July 23, Valentin Gheorghiu at piano, Roxana Gheorghiu, piano, Mihaela Martin, violin, Marin Cazacu, violoncello, and on July 30, the Transilvan Quartet, Gabriel Croitoru, first violion, Nicusor Silaghi, second violin, Marius Suarasan, viola, Vasile Juca at violoncello.

The month of August will open with a concert performed in the first week by the Spanish National Youth Orchestra, conductor Lutz Kohler. On August 12, the Romanian Simfonietta orchestra will take the stage, under the baton of conductor Horia Andreescu, with Adela Liculescu as piano soloist, and on August 13 the public can enjoy chamber music masterpieces performed by Liviu Prunaru at violin, Valentina Sviatlovskai, violin, Cristian Ifrim, viola, Andra Schlutter, viola, Marin Cazacu, violoncello and Stefan Cazacu, violoncello.

The Romanian Youth Orchestra will perform on August 20, conductor Cristian Mandeal, Maruxa Llorente at piano, and the festival will end on August 27 with the concert of the French National Youth Orchestra. The entrance tickets are available for 50 lei. The subscriptions for all nine concerts cost 350 lei and the ones for the four concerts of July are available for 160 lei.



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