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December 1, 2020

Theatre and music in Bucharest parks this summer

Theatre performances and various concerts will be organized each weekend during July 17 – September 20, in numerous parks of Bucharest (Bazilescu, National, Titan and Sebastian), ARCUB – The Cultural Projects Centre of the Bucharest Mayoralty announces, according to Mediafax. The performances will take place each weekend in the morning, starting at 10.00, and in the evening, starting at 20.00.

The theatre performances will range from children’s shows, commedia dell’arte performances and illusionism shows to classical theatre. All of these will feature actors of professional theatres in Bucharest (Bulandra, Nottara, The Little Theatre, The Jewish Theatre, The “Ion Creanga” Theatre, Excelsior, Tandarica, The Comic Opera, the “Constantin Tanase” Revue Theatre, The “Masca” and the Metropolis Theatre), as well as independent theatre companies: D’Aya, The Fairy Tale Elves, The “Andrei Teasca” Illusionism Theatre, Pur Anima), UNATC students and schoolchildren from the Bucharest Art School. Moreover, the audience will be granted the opportunity to enjoy a jazz performance by A. G. Weinberger, Bucharest’s oldies but goldies performed by Silviu Biris, opera arias performed by soprano Anca Parlog and medieval music by Truverii. A special guest of this program will be the Youth Centre of the Metropolitan Library of Bucharest, presenting the Kartier project.

The event promotes all forms of urban culture, from music (rap, electro, rock and folk) to dance (street and break dance) and sports (rolling, skating and biking).

The events will be entitled “Bucharest – Summer Neighbourhood,” and are organized by the Bucharest Mayoralty, via ARCUB, in partnership with the Mayoralties of Districts 1, 2, 3 and 5, at the initiative of the Culture Committee of the General Council of Bucharest.

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