Classical, and Yet Flamenco

13 February 2019

40 lei

20 lei (balcon)

Arthur H - Amour chien fou 07 May 2019
Within the Romania – France Season, on May 7th, 2019, from 7.30 p.m., the Romanian audience is invited to let itself borne by the grave and sensuous voice of Arthur H in an exceptional concert, Amour chien fou, in the Studio Hall of the National Theatre of Bucharest. The concert promises to reveal an artist who shall amaze through the uniqueness of his music, almost impossible to qualify, the experience of listening to him and seeing him often evoking a catharsis of nostalgia. Author, composer and singer, Arthur H asserts himself on the stage of French music ever since the beginning of the nineties. Unique artist, he alternates musical genres, passing from rock to jazz, not avoiding the electro and funk areas and displaying a deep interest for lyricism and poetry. On a promotion tour of his last album, Amour chien fou, the artist builds a special bond with the audience, each live experience representing an occasion to leave the concepts of time and space behind, in favour of a single unit of measure, sensibility. The 18 pieces that make up this double album are scattered with an eclectic mix of rock notes, shades of jazz and blues, as well as inserts of electro tunes, seducing the audience in a quasi-mystical journey, where the elegant and airy lines of the horizon are intertwined with themes, such as love and family. Album of introspection, the melodies bear the traces of his experiences in Mexico, Tokyo, London, California, Montreal or Bali, Arthur H offering himself without half measures in a series of sensuous ballads, leaving behind the feeling of a mesmerizing spontaneity. Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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Stefan Hrusca: A Tree in Bloom 22 April 2019
Private event hosted by the National Theatre of Bucharest. The organiser is exclusively liable for the quality and content of this event!   Stefan Hrusca brings the spring on the tunes of the song "A Tree in Bloom". After the frosty winter, nothing shall warm our souls like the immortal chorus A Tree in Bloom! This shall be the title of the tour that Stefan Hrusca shall perform all over the country in April! If the Flower Wedding makes your heart race, you are missing The Former Loves Fresh Love or you want to remember Fugitive from Heaven, The Promised Summer or the touching Pray for Our Parents, you are invited to a concert where you shall recover the thrill of the days or yore and the charm of ageless folk songs! Stefan Hrusca's artistic journey started in 1981, with his integration into the legendary Flacara Literary Circle. In a period of only three years, between 1981 and 1984, Stephen crossed the country high and low and sang in over 1,000 concerts, his warm voice caressing the hearts of Romanians from all geographical regions of Romania. With a unique voice, unmistakable candor and the emergence of a distinct simplicity, Stephen Hrusca became one of the most beloved folk musicians in Romania. His reference albums include: Pray for Our Parents (1984), Wish for Lovers (1986), Former Loves (1995), Special Ballads (2007) and, of course, the most loved carol records and Maramures Songs. If in the last 25 years, Stefan Hrusca’s carol concerts have acquired the status of tradition of the Romanian winter holidays, the folk concerts are true cultural events due to their rarity and individual character. About the encounter with the Romanian audience, on the verge of spring, Stefan Hrusca said: "We shall see each other again in mid April at a folk concert like the ones of yore. Songs dear to my soul shall find their place in the programme of an evening like in the good old days." The artist shall be accompanied by Mario Band (Mario Florescu - drums, Radu Rotaru - keyboard, Alex Florescu - percussion).   Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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