Belgian singer Lara Fabian will perform live for the first time in Bucharest March 17 and 18. Jazz legends Chick Corea and Gary Burton, too will give a concert at the Palace Hall, March 20, an event sure to be welcomed by jazz fans. Guitarist Tony MacAlpine will play live at The Silver Church in Bucharest, March 5.Singer Enrico Macias returns to Bucharest for a 50-year career anniversary concert at Palace Hall, March 9, 8.00 pm.March is also the month of concerts dedicated to women. The praisers of women include Italian tenor Alessandro Safina, who will bring his homage to the fair sex in the Palace Hall concert “Insieme a te” <Together with You> where he will be accompanied by the National Operetta Theatre orchestra. Stefan Banica too will perform two concerts dedicated to women under the generic title “I love you, woman!” at the Globus Circus, March 8 and 9, at 7.30 pm. The band Vunk will give a live concert at the Tribute Club, where some of Romania’s best singers – Alexandra Ungureanu, Maria Radu, Alexandra Usurelu and Julie Savuica – will make guest appearances. In their turn, “Vita de Vie” celebrates 15th as a band with a live unplugged concert at the Bucharest National Opera, March 20, at 8.00 pm.Other memorable moments this month include violinist Nigel Kennedy’s first ever concerts in Timisoara, March 29, and Cluj-Napoca, March 31, followed by yet another performance at Palace Hall, in Bucharest, April 2. For his part, cellist Razvan Suma, one of the best and most artistically active young Romanian instrumentalists, will perform his first solo tour “Do you like Bach?” in eight Romanian cities, March 1-21. The tour will wrap up at Bucharest’s Radio Hall, March 21.Among other noticeable events this month, the Flamenco Festival in Bucharest, March 3-26. The festival starts off with a flamenco dance show performed by Belen Mayo at the Grand Hall of the Bucharest National Theatre, March 3. The same stage will also host a performance by Spanish singer La Shica, March 4. Guitarist Pablo Sainz Villegas will play live at the Romanian Athenaeum and the Radio Hall, March 10 and 11. David Palomar will perform at the ArCuB Hall March 15 and 16, and Jorge Federico Osorio will play a piano recital at the Athenaeum, March 24. The festival will conclude with the flamenco jazz performance “Between Two Worlds” by the duo Jorge Pardo & Isaac Turienzo, at the Radio Hall, March 25 and 26.