If French is the language of lovers, then French music is, undoubtedly, the universal language of love. Cristina Anghelescu and Daniel Goiti will offer, today, a recital on the finest human emotion.
The programme includes Sonata for violin and piano in A major, op. 13, by G. Fauré, Sonata for violin and piano, by C. Debussy, and Sonata for violin and piano, by C. Franck. Cristina Anghelescu started to study the violin when she was six. She graduated from the National University of Music in Bucharest, in the class of maestro Stefan Gheorghiu (a disciple of David Oistrah). The laureate of countless international contests, Cristina Anghelescu was appreciated by the musical critics for “the beauty and gracefulness of ample sounds” or “vivaciousness, sparkle and balanced sound”. An active presence on all Romanian stages, Cristina Anghelescu was also invited to play in some of the world’s most prestigious concert halls, such as the Schauspielhaus in Berlin, and alongside major orchestras, from Dresden, Paris, Prague, Bratislava, Moscow, Budapest, London, Madrid, Helsinki, etc.
“Elegant expression, balance, a sensitive sound and, above all, his faultless musicality”, these are only a few of the qualities which recommend Daniel Goiti as a representative of the Romanian pianists’ elite.
After graduating from the Conservatory, he went on to study at the famous Art Academy in Berlin, under the guidance of Professor Georg Sava. He has participated in numerous festivals in Romania, Germany, Japan, and offered recitals in Romania, Moldova, Israel, Austria, France, the United Kingdom, Greece, Hungary and the US.
Venue: Radio Hall, 7pm
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