Kicking off on January 27, the second edition of the eclectic KulturFest will be hosted this year by the newly opened club Kulturhaus. Organizers have diversified events going on in Bucharest along three days, from book launches and film screenings to vintage fairs and concerts.
6 pm – Movie screening: ‘If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle’ by Florin Serban
8 pm – Launch art magazine Formaje
9 pm – Concert – Sophisticated Lemons & Dj Julian
6 pm – Movie screening: ‘Ryna’ by Ruxandra Zenide;
8 pm – ‘The Lesson’ by Eugen Ionesco
3 pm – Movie screening: ‘The Way I Spent the End of the World’ by Catalin Mitulescu
6 pm – Magic & Card Tricks with Andrei Istfan
12 am – Ceramics &Vintage Fair
2 pm – Movie screening: ‘If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle’ by Florin Serban “
4 pm – Concert & Magic show Kendama Romania
Address: 4 Sf. Vineri St.
l Peasant Museum’s Club invites Irish dance lovers to a new workshop series where they can learn some of the main secrets of this highly appreciated art. Kicking off today at 8 pm, Open Irish Way Workshop is for everyone who thinks they can keep up with the lively rhythm. The more enthusiastic of participants will receive free tickets and subscription to upcoming classes ran by Anne Marie Cunningham.
Address: 3 Kiseleff Ave.
l Romanian rock band Kumm celebrate 10 years of existence in a Club A gig tonight. The band is composed of Catalin Mocan (lead vocals, guitar), Eugen Nutescu (guitar, vocals), Iordache (saxophones), Kovacs Andras (piano, Rhodes piano, synthesisers), Sorin Erhan (bass) and Csergo Dominic (drums, glockenspiel). Kumm’s debut album ‘Moonsweat March’ appeared in 2000. It was well received, especially in the art-rock and progressive-rock communities. With the second album, “Confuzz” (2002), and new lead singer Dan Byron, the band definitely crossed the line into alternative rock territory.
Address: 11 Blanari St.