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    Great Orchestras of the World

    Saturday 12.09 19:30 Grand Palace Hall

    Soloist: PIERRE LAURENT AIMARD - piano

    Enescu – “ISIS” Symphonic Poem (posthumously completed by Pascal Bentoiu
    Beethoven – Concerto for piano and orchestra no. 5 in E flat Major op. 73
    Shostakovich – Symphony no. 5 în D minor op. 47

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    Dan Mihai Goia

    Born in Cluj, Romania, Dan Mihai Goia studied violin, viola, piano and sing, graduated National Music University from Bucharest, were he studied choir conducting with Marin Constantin and Petre Crăciun. Dan Mihai Goia was a member of the Madrigal Chorus (1971-1995), conducted this famous ensamble, becoming in 1998 a second conductor and general director adj…. Read more »

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    Academic Radio Choir

    Chorus of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Society, founded in 1940 under the leadership of Ion Croitoru, has established itself in a short while as an elite ensemble, directed by D. Botez, D. Stancu, Gh. Danga, C. Petrovici, Elenescu, A. Şumski, Litvin, Grigora], the current conductor being Dan Mihai Goia. Thousands of minutes of special recordings… Read more »

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    Constantinos Carydis

    Constantinos Carydis ended the 2013/14 season with a highly successful concert conducting the Frankfurter Museumsorchester, of which the Frankfurter Rundschau wrote: “The 40-year-old conductor of Greek origin was equally intense in the quietest, most thoughtful moments and in the outbursts, which seemed to set the hall on fire. He is wide awake as a performer,… Read more »

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    Pierre-Laurent Aimard

    Widely acclaimed as a key figure in the music of our time and as a uniquely significant interpreter of piano repertoire from every age, Pierre-Laurent Aimard enjoys an internationally celebrated career. Each season he performs worldwide with major orchestras under conductors such as Riccardo Chailly, Vladimir Jurowski, Peter Eötvös, Sir Simon Rattle and Esa-Pekka Salonen…. Read more »

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    Grand Palace Hall

    It is a modern edifice, located in the center of Bucharest. It was built right next to the Royal Palace (now the National Museum of Art). The Grand Palace Hall has a capacity of 4,060 seats, displayed in amphitheater. All concerts  part of the “Great Orchestras of the World” series in the Enescu Festival take… Read more »

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    Great Orchestras of the World

    Through its Great Orchestras of the World Series, George Enescu International Festival reaches the top of the international classical music events. The Series features the most prominent orchestras worldwide, notorious for holding the headline on major scenes of the world, be them New York, Wien, or Paris. Both European and American orchestras perform at The… Read more »