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15 May 2022
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Ștefan Hrușcă – Christmas carols recital 2022 25 December 2022
Independent show hosted by the National Theatre in Bucharest. The responsibility for the quality and content of this event lies solely with the organizer! Ștefan Hrușcă features a national Christmas carols tour after 3 years of absence After a 3-year break, Romanian winter songs and traditional Christmas carols will once again reach the heart of the audience through the unmistakable voice of Ștefan Hrușcă. With his warm style and enveloping vocal timbre, the singer-songwriter who was born in Maramureș will perform „Florile dalbe”, „Steaua”, „Trei păstori”, „Afară ninge liniștit”, „Linu-i lin” and many other songs without which the winter holidays would not be complete. There will also be songs from the Cenaclul Flacăra, including the incredible „Rugă pentru părinți” with lyrics by Adrian Păunescu. Always sung with the same sensitivity, the Christmas carols collected and brought to us as a gift by Ștefan Hrușcă retain their authenticity. So, welcome these carols and enjoy a concert that honors this Romanian tradition in its most sincere and pure form. Ștefan Hrușcă was born on December 8, 1957 in Ieud, Maramureș, and is one of the most appreciated Romanian folk singers. He made his debut in 1981 at Cenaclul Flacăra, where he appeared in over 1000 performances, but he has definitely conquered the public with his superb Christmas carols that he interprets like no other. Since 1991 he has been based in Toronto, Canada, but year after year he carries on the tradition, returning to Romania for a series of Christmas concerts. Translated by Andreea Codrea-Boeriu 
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Exceptional Viennese Show - Extraordinary Christmas Concert 19 December 2022
Private event hosted by the National Theatre of Bucharest. The organiser is exclusively liable for the quality and content of this event! The Orchestra di Teatro D'Opera italiana, one of the most famous orchestras in Europe, has been applauded on major opera and philharmonic stages around the world. It is enough to mention a few traditional stages: Brucknerhaus Linz (Linz Philharmonic), Bregenz Festspielhaus (Bregenz Philharmonic), Brunnenhof der Residenz München (Munich Imperial Palace), Stadthalle Vienna, Meistersingershalle Nurnberg, Kasemattenbuehne Graz, etc. The orchestra's recognition is also due to its collaborations with great names of the world opera, soloists and conductors from the Arena in Verona, the Scala Theatre in Milan, the Opera Theatre in Rome, the Vienna Opera, etc. The members of the Orchestra di Teatro D'Opera Italiana are joined by the Vox Opera Orchestra, known and appreciated nationally and internationally. This is the first time in Romania that two orchestras join hands to offer the public memorable evenings and unique musical experiences. The two orchestras are joined by the Vox Opera Ballet Ensemble, with long-awaited moments of waltz, polkas, can-can, in an effervescent choreography conceived by Vlad Sebastian. The atmosphere and the Viennese spirit will win you over from the moment you enter the auditorium and will remain in your heart as a living memory for the Christmas and New Year to come. If you can't make it to the Vienna Christmas and New Year concerts, we bring the Viennese spirit to your city with the most beautiful Viennese musical masterpieces of the Strauss dynasty, Franz Lehar, Emerich Kalman and many, many other musical and choreographic surprises. Translated by Andreea Codrea-Boeriu 
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Don Juan at the 23rd edition of the JTI Meetings 12 October 2022
Private event hosted by the National Theatre of Bucharest. The organiser is exclusively liable for the quality and content of this event! JTI Meetings at their 23rd edition Aterballetto presents "Don Juan", the performance "awaited throughout Europe" Aterballetto / Fondazione Nazionale della Danza, the most important Italian dance company, comes to Romania for the first time, at the 23rd edition of the JTI Meetings. Don Juan, choreographed by Johan Inger, premiered in October 2020 in Ferrara (Italy), and this year it will be presented to the Romanian audience on October 11 and 12 at 8 pm, at the National Theatre Bucharest, Ion Caramitru Hall. "Don Juan" received the prestigious Danza&Danza magazine's award for the best production of the year. "An ancient yet contemporary myth, a choreographer at the height of his creativity, a company on an ambitious path of repositioning and growth, all bring to life one of the greatest shows of the year," the jury's motivation reads. "We have worked with renowned choreographers such as Naharin, Kylián and Shechter, but Don Juan is the creation expected throughout Europe," said Gigi Cristoforetti, coordinator and artistic director of Aterballetto, at the time of the premiere. Johan Inger, born in Stockholm in 1967, is one of the world's leading choreographers today. He made his debut as a dancer with the Nederlands Dans Theater in 1990 and as a choreographer in 1995. He enjoyed immediate success. In 2003 Johan left Nederlands Dans Theater to take up the role of artistic coordinator at Cullberg Ballet in Stockholm, where he has created numerous works. In 2005, Johan Inger came to Romania as a dancer and choreographer with the Cullberg Ballet Company, a guest of JTI Meetings. Of Mats Ek, artistic director of Cullberg Ballet at the time, Johan says he considers him "an artistic father". Mats Ek has also been a guest at JTI Meetings in 2016 with the Quartet Gala. Since 2008, Johan Inger has been a freelance choreographer and creates for companies all over the world, including the Swedish National Ballet, Compania Nacional de Danza, Aterballetto, Lyon Opera Ballet, Les Ballets de Monte Carlo and, of course, Nederlands Dans Theater. "I think and hope that it will not be a traditional interpretation, although it will be very faithful to the original story (...) I chose to explore the character of Don Juan because I am convinced that there is something contemporary about him and bringing him back into the spotlight could be an interesting experience. (...) Our Don Juan is not facing an eternity in hell because of his sins. We leave that to the viewer. Perhaps in the end, though too late, Don Juan realizes his transgressions and throws himself into the arms of destiny written by the vices and phantasms of the past? Or is he just a victim of something beyond himself? I don't want to give that away. But I can say that, in my version, Don Juan has more chances and opportunities to escape judgement and change (...)", Johan Inger explains his vision of the show. The Fondazione Nazionale della Danza carries out its production and touring activities under the name Aterballetto, the most important contemporary dance company in Italy. The company was founded in 1977 as Compagnia di Balletto dei Teatri dell'Emilia-Romagna and since 1979 has been known as Aterballetto. Thanks to the versatility of its soloists, Aterballetto has received numerous accolades in Italy and on the international stage. The JTI Meetings with Aterballetto / Fondazione Nazionale della Danza are organized as usual by the Art Production Foundation, with the artistic advice of Silvia Ghiață. Join us at the 23rd edition of the JTI Meetings! Translated by Andreea Codrea-Boeriu 
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Don Juan at the 23rd edition of the JTI Meetings 11 October 2022
Private event hosted by the National Theatre of Bucharest. The organiser is exclusively liable for the quality and content of this event! JTI Meetings at their 23rd edition Aterballetto presents "Don Juan", the performance "awaited throughout Europe" Aterballetto / Fondazione Nazionale della Danza, the most important Italian dance company, comes to Romania for the first time, at the 23rd edition of the JTI Meetings. Don Juan, choreographed by Johan Inger, premiered in October 2020 in Ferrara (Italy), and this year it will be presented to the Romanian audience on October 11 and 12 at 8 pm, at the National Theatre Bucharest, Ion Caramitru Hall. "Don Juan" received the prestigious Danza&Danza magazine's award for the best production of the year. "An ancient yet contemporary myth, a choreographer at the height of his creativity, a company on an ambitious path of repositioning and growth, all bring to life one of the greatest shows of the year," the jury's motivation reads. "We have worked with renowned choreographers such as Naharin, Kylián and Shechter, but Don Juan is the creation expected throughout Europe," said Gigi Cristoforetti, coordinator and artistic director of Aterballetto, at the time of the premiere. Johan Inger, born in Stockholm in 1967, is one of the world's leading choreographers today. He made his debut as a dancer with the Nederlands Dans Theater in 1990 and as a choreographer in 1995. He enjoyed immediate success. In 2003 Johan left Nederlands Dans Theater to take up the role of artistic coordinator at Cullberg Ballet in Stockholm, where he has created numerous works. In 2005, Johan Inger came to Romania as a dancer and choreographer with the Cullberg Ballet Company, a guest of JTI Meetings. Of Mats Ek, artistic director of Cullberg Ballet at the time, Johan says he considers him "an artistic father". Mats Ek has also been a guest at JTI Meetings in 2016 with the Quartet Gala. Since 2008, Johan Inger has been a freelance choreographer and creates for companies all over the world, including the Swedish National Ballet, Compania Nacional de Danza, Aterballetto, Lyon Opera Ballet, Les Ballets de Monte Carlo and, of course, Nederlands Dans Theater. "I think and hope that it will not be a traditional interpretation, although it will be very faithful to the original story (...) I chose to explore the character of Don Juan because I am convinced that there is something contemporary about him and bringing him back into the spotlight could be an interesting experience. (...) Our Don Juan is not facing an eternity in hell because of his sins. We leave that to the viewer. Perhaps in the end, though too late, Don Juan realizes his transgressions and throws himself into the arms of destiny written by the vices and phantasms of the past? Or is he just a victim of something beyond himself? I don't want to give that away. But I can say that, in my version, Don Juan has more chances and opportunities to escape judgement and change (...)", Johan Inger explains his vision of the show. The Fondazione Nazionale della Danza carries out its production and touring activities under the name Aterballetto, the most important contemporary dance company in Italy. The company was founded in 1977 as Compagnia di Balletto dei Teatri dell'Emilia-Romagna and since 1979 has been known as Aterballetto. Thanks to the versatility of its soloists, Aterballetto has received numerous accolades in Italy and on the international stage. The JTI Meetings with Aterballetto / Fondazione Nazionale della Danza are organized as usual by the Art Production Foundation, with the artistic advice of Silvia Ghiață. Join us at the 23rd edition of the JTI Meetings! Translated by Andreea Codrea-Boeriu 
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