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November concerts in the Capital: Macy Gray, Seal, chamber music and operetta

Bucharest will host various genre concerts this  November – classical, vaudeville, pop and rock – Macy Gray, Seal, The Tiger Lillies, the SoNoRo and “Life is Beautiful” festivals, the last of which organized by the “Ion Dacian” National  Operetta Theater.

November is dedicated to various musical genres, from classical and the  SoNoRo Festival, to Tiger Lillies’ vaudeville show, “Life is Beautiful” Festival, Macy Gray and Seal.The 7th SoNoRo Chamber Music International Festival, Nov 9-25” will unfold under the logo “Love unlimited”. The opening concert will be hosted by the Unirii Hall of Cotroceni Palace in Bucharest, Nov 9,  7.00 p.m.,  and will be followed by16 concerts scheduled in Bucharest, Iasi, Timisoara and Cluj-Napoca. The festival program includes works by such established composer as Johannes Brahms, Franz Liszt, Antonin Dvorak, Franz Schubert, Piotr Ilici Tchaikovski and Robert Schumann, as well as modern ones: Erik Satie, John Cage, George Gershwin, Astor Piazzolla and Karol Szymanowski.“Life is Beautiful” Musical Performing Arts  Festival, Nov 8-18, includes The Tiger Lillies concert, as well as performances by fado singer Dulce Pontes and the Old Fish Jazz Band.Singer and actress Macy Gray, for a third time in Romania, will perform a live concert at the Palace Hall in Bucharest, Nov 22,  8.00 p.m. The show includes hits including “Sexual Revolution”, “I try”, “Sweet Baby”, as well as hits from her latest album, “Covered” (2012).Famous British singer and composer Seal returns to Bucharest for a concert promoting his latest studio release, “Soul 2”, in a Palace Hall concert, Nov 27. A three Grammy winner, Seal is known for a string of hits during a career spanning over 20 year, including the mega-hit “Kiss from a Rose” from the  “Batman Forever” soundtrack (1995). Seal has recorded eight studio albums that sold more than 20 M copies worldwide.

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