Today in Bucharest


URMA, a spring fixture at The Silver Church Club, will introduce their latest album, “Lost End Found” to their fans. Urma debuted in 2003, when they released their first album, Nomad Rhymes”, a musical mixture of acoustic guitar, flute and percussion. The band performed live in concerts and festivals at home, and later on, abroad, in Germany, France, Hungary and Switzerland.
Venue: The Silver Church, address: 61, Calea Plevnei, 22.00 hours. Entry is free of charge.

The Amsterdams in a Club A 42nd anniversary concert. The ‘indie’ pop-rock alternative band The Amsterdams were formed in 2006. They had their recording debut in 2008, with the EP Automatic, followed by Adolessons, the band’s first proper record.
Venue: Club A,
Address: 14, Blanari St., 22:00 hours,
Ticket price – RON 10.


Un Tango Mas, a dance performance choreographed by Razvan Mazilu, stage director – Alexandru Dabija, stage costumes – Wilhelmina Arz. Show length – 1 hour
Venue: Studio Hall, Odeon Theatre,
Address: 40-42, Calea Victoriei, 10.00 am,
Ticket price – RON 31.80.

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