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The Romanian Theatre Tour to Bucharest, Iasi and Kishinev

20 January 2017 - 22 January 2017
Tudor Gheorghe: Unlucky Lovers 15 May 2017
Independent show hosted by the National Theatre of Bucharest. The organiser is exclusively liable for the quality and content of this event! The access to the show hall is permitted until 19.10! After the beginning of the show, the seats are no longer valid. We kindly ask you to take into consideration the traffic jams and the scarce parking spots in the NTB area. The access is not permitted to children under 7. Children aged over 7 pay the full ticket.   Tudor Gheorghe summons the lovers to the concert “Unlucky Lovers” On 15 May 2017, Tudor Gheorghe returns to NTB, from 7.00 p.m., with a new show, ingeniously composed, bearing the title Unlucky Lovers. „The Universal Oltenian” has always been a lucky lover and he thought of creating a show for the ill-fated ones, transforming their misfortune into a love song. Tudor Gheorghe shall fight, through „musical exorcism”, with the bad luck of others, resorting to the most beautiful tools: poetry and the Romanian folk music. Unlucky Lovers is a show entirely composed of poems of a rare beauty, dressed in a gala musical gown by the orchestrator Marius Hristescu. „All songs from this show shall be hits! Unlucky Lovers shall impress the Romanian musical space, which is so subjugated to foreign influences! I shall have a girl choir and a rock band, which shall assist me in the lovers’ despair. The sound shall be special!”, declares Tudor Gheorghe.                                          Tickets have been put up for sale at the NTB Box Office and online on mystage.ro.   Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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Adrian Naidin - The Antitragic 08 May 2017
Private event hosted by the National Theatre of Bucharest. The organiser is exclusively liable for the quality and content of this event! The Antitragic – Adrian Naidin concert in the Grand Hall of the National Theatre of Bucharest, on 8 May 2017, 7.30 p.m. The Antitragic, the controversial name of the new concert given by cellist Adrian Naidin, originates from the way the artist relates to his own trials of destiny. Adrian Naidin has a positive temper and if you get to know him, either as a friend or through his performing art, you shall realise that each moment spent with him can be considered a good therapy against sadness. The fresh, energetic air and the artist’s spontaneity, with each melody piercing his thought, creates on the stage masterful snapshots. Over the last years, Adrian Naidin has instilled loyalty in an impressive number of fans, with which he enjoys and explores musically in all of his concerts. Adrian Naidin has graduated from the Sigismund Toduță Musical High School, class of Prof. Gabriela Todor, who played a huge and decisive role in his training as a cellist and the Gheorghe Dima Music Academy of Cluj-Napoca, department for Cello and Chamber Music. He made his debut in 1998 as an instrumentalist at the Hungarian Opera of Cluj-Napoca. From 2000 to 2003, he collaborated with the National Theatre of Bucharest for theatre music. Since 2001, he has been a member of the Radio National Orchestra of Bucharest. The numerous concerts he gave over time on the Romanian and foreign stages include: – „Damian’s Fire”, alongside Damian Drăghici || Bucharest, 2001 (cello); – Concert with the score from the theatre play „The Lady of the Camellias” || Alekton Theatre, Athens – Greece, 2002 (composition and interpretation); – Concert of Romanian and Greek folk music, alongside Thanassis Polikandriotis || Athens – Greece, 2002-2003 (cello and voice); – Jazz concert with Romanian influences „Painting with Music”, with Damian Drăghici: improvisation after the paintings of the great Romanian painters || Bucharest, 2009 || Milan – Italy, 2010 || Vienna – Austria, 2010 (cello, voice, reed pipe); – Concert with personal compositions „Let’s Vibe”, with the Radio National Orchestra, conductor Jin Wang, soloists Alexandru Tomescu (violin), Adrian Naidin (acoustic cello, electric cello, voice) || Bucharest, 2010, Sala Radio; –Flamenco concert with Lucas Molina (percussion and dance) and Alexandra Toader (viola) || Bucharest, 2010. Since 2014, the artist has constantly participated, with an extraordinary success, in the projects of the Spectaculis Cultural Association: The Sweepers of Heaven, concert with full house every time and the concert Exploring Jazz, a jazzy delight with Roberto Fonseca as a special guest, one of the most appreciated Cuban pianists, are moments of artistic collaboration crucial for his career. Since 2011, Adrian Naidin has been involved in the theatre project Caramitru - Mălăele – Spinning a Yarn”, which is usually performed to a full house. Recently, the artist has been a special guest in the concerts of the groups Holograf and Phoenix and he is the host of the show AntiTragic from radio Smart FM. At the concert from the Grand Hall of the National Theatre of Bucharest, from 8 May 2017, 7.30 p.m., Adrian Naidin shall have cellist Cătălina Naidin as a special guest.   Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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