On Sunday, February 5, the Romanian Peasant’s Museum celebrates 22 years since its founding (anew), a joyful occasion marked by a free tour of the “Pe aripile timpului” exhibition, bringing together traditional music samples from across the world, and concerts offered by local folk singers.
The first sound exhibition in Romania, “Pe aripile timpului”, opened on September 17 last year, including traditional music from across the world, Romanian music samples, from its early days to “manele”, as well as contemporary international hits.
From 6pm, the Horia Bernea Studio will host the screening of “Triptych: Constantin Brailoiu, Clara Haskil and Dinu Lipatti”, by Ana Simion. The screening will be followed by “Ecouri din Romania profunda”/ “Echoes from Deep Romania” – a traditional music concert at the Horia Bernea Studio.
The Romanian Peasant’s Museum was founded in 1906 by a Royal Decree of King Carol I, under the heading of the Museum of Ethnography, National Art, Decorative and Industrial Art, according to the institution’s official website.