Kitaro performs in Bucharest on March 2

KITARO will be performing at Sala Palatului on March 2, 2014, according to the organizers. Marius Mihalache, one of the best and most praised cymbalists in the world, will open the concert to be held by new age pioneer Kitaro, notes. The event is organized by Asociatia Culturala Maria Domina. The musical event is part of the 2014 Symphonic World Tour Kitaro and is scheduled to start at 7.00 p.m. The Japanese artist’s managers chose Marius Mihalache as the artist who will open for Kitaro because they were impressed by his talent, professionalism, and passion for music and his musical instrument, and won over by his successful live shows in Romania and worldwide. “The news that an artist as great as Kitaro had invited me to open his concert in Bucharest took me by surprise and I felt honoured. From what I gather, I am the only instrumentalist to ever open for him. I am obliged to rehearse intensively and ensure a pleasant memory of my performance and Romania.”
Kitaro’s artistic work is impressive and includes a Golden Globe and Grammy Award win. More than thirty years ago, his fame spread throughout the globe thanks to his unique style and combinations between different cultures, techniques, and states of consciousness. All his albums are considered true masterpieces and have always sold tens of millions of copies worldwide.
Apart from his most famous hits, Kitaro will be performing notable tracks off his new record, ‘Final Call’ at the Bucharest concert, an album which the artist describes as a tribute to his own life out of respect for nature. ‘Final Call’ is a break from the Kukai album series that was inspired by the events of 9/11 shaped into artistic statements created and recorded to bring people together. ‘Final Call’ is a special project that focuses on our behavior toward the planet on which we live. It is both a call to action and an introspective journey, meant to help people discover other ways to treat the planet and put them into practice.
Tickets for Kitaro’s concert in Bucharest are available through the ‘Vreau bilet’ network from Unirea Shopping Center, 2nd floor, at the headquarters located on 18, Moise Nicoara Street, Sala Palatului, EuroGsm stores, or online at Ticket prices vary according to seat categories from RON 100 to RON 320.

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