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Nominees for Prometheus Grand Awards announced

The nominees of the 9th edition of Prometheus Awards, in the two categories Opera Omnia and Opera Prima have been named by the jury, reads a press release sent to Agerpres. The jury featured important cultural personalities, including Andrei Plesu-chairman, Eugen Negrici (literature), Dan Dediu (music), Ruxandra Demetrescu (visual arts) and Ion Caramitru (show arts).


The awards granted by ‘Anonimul’ Foundation to Romanian artists for the whole career and for debut, have net (after tax) values of RON 100,000 – the Prometheus Grand Award for Opera Omnia – and RON 10,000 – the Prometheus Grand Award for Opera Prima. The jury will also grant three prizes worth RON 10,000 to finalists of the Prometheus Grand Award for Opera Omnia.


The nominates of the Opera Omnia section are Stefan Agopian, Emil Brumaru, Angela Marinescu – the literature section; Horia Andreescu, Valentin Gheorghiu, Aurelian Octav Popa – music; Constantin Flondor, Ion Grigorescu, Peter Jacobi – visual arts; Radu Penciulescu, Victor Rebengiuc, Alexandru Tocilescu – show arts. In the Opera Omnia section, nominees are Stoian G. Bogdan, Andreea Rasuceanu, Andrei Terian – literature; Cristian Lolea, Irina Muresanu, Tiberiu Soare – music; Alexandra Croitoru, Adrian Ghenie, Ciprian Muresan – visual arts; Conrad Mihai Mericoffer, Cristina Semciuc, Florin Serban – show arts. In September, the jury will decide finalists – one for each section – and in October, in a special Prometheus Club ceremony, it will announce the winners of Prometheus Grand Awards 2010.

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