Violinists Noemi Schindler, Christophe Roy in Bucharest concert


The concerts will take place on Friday at 7 pm at Cantacuzino Palace and on Saturday at the same hour at Sutu Palace.

Violinist Noemi Schindler and cellist Christophe Roy, famous artists of the French musical scene, will perform in two concerts at the end of this week in Bucharest. The two events will take place on Friday at 7 pm at Cantacuzino Palace and on Saturday at the same hour at Sutu Palace. According to the website tinteamuzicala.org, the two concerts are part of the program of the sixth edition of the International Classical and Contemporary Music Festival “Tintea Muzicala” held between July 15 and 22 in three Romanian cities, Baicoi (Prahova County), Ploiesti and Bucharest. Thus the program of the Friday concert will include works by Christoph Breidler, Adina Dumitrescu, Adrian Pop, Ulpiu Vlad and Maurice Ravel, and the Saturday concert will include works by Sebastian Dumitrescu, Dana Cristina Probst, Camille Roy and Zoltan Kodaly.
“Tintea Muzicala” Festival offers the public concerts, conferences and workshops covering the entire range of classical music, touching traditional or jazz music. What makes this festival peculiar is the fact that each year, the two organizers, Adina Dumitrescu and Dana Cristina Probst, come up with a new theme, a new lead providing the program’s coherence, reads the festival website.
The sixth edition of the festival enjoys the participation of some artist from both abroad and from Romania such as the vocal quarter “Cavadin” led by Emanuel Pecingina, made up of members of the National Chamber Chorus “Madrigal” and the Chorus of the State Philharmonic “George Enescu” in Bucharest, mezzo-soprano Carolina Astanei (Austria) – Graz Opera of Austria, pianist Gary Barnett (US), pianist composer and conductor Christoph Breidler (Austria) of the Musical Theater Aachen (Germany), flute-player Zi Wang Breidler (Austria), violinist Noemi Schindler (France) of the ensemble “Aleph,” cellist Christophe Roy (France) of the “Aleph” ensemble, cellist Maria Magdalena Probst (Austria) and pianist Otto Probst (Austria) of the Vienna Conservatory.

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