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Music at Palatele Brancovenesti kicks off on October 3

The chamber music season hosted by the cultural centre Palatele Brancovenesti will feature Romanian-born pianist Luiza Borac performing Chopin and Schumman pieces.

The event has reached the second year, entrance is free of charge. The concert featuring other famous local artists will start at 5 pm. Special buses will be available from Bucharest to Mogosoaia.

Winner of the BBC Award 2007 for the best solo CD recording of the year, and of more than 30 top prizes and distinctions, Luiza Borac has gained international recognition through her dazzling stage presence, her passionate interpretations and her sovereign technique. Hailed as “a virtuoso of fantastic brilliance” and “poetic artist” (by the international press, the artist held a scholarship of the Chopin Society Hannover to complete her studies at the Hannover Music Academy, graduating both in Hannover and Bucharest with highest degrees. Luiza Borac performed extensively in Europe and USA where her concerts were broadcasted by major radio and TV stations. She performed solo recitals at the Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall (New York and London), Co­logne Philharmonie, Con­cert­ge­bouw Amsterdam, Athenaeum Bucha­­rest, Puccini Hall Milan, Ra­dio Hall Hamburg, Liederhalle Stut­­tgart, appeared in festivals inclu­ding Aldeburgh Music Fes­ti­val of Music and the Arts, Enescu Bucharest, Chopin Fes­tivals and has worked with artists like Vla­dimir Jurowski, Murray Pe­ra­hia and Radu Lupu among others.

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