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March 4, 2021
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Spanish concert with cellist Razvan Suma and pianist Josu Okinena at Radio Hall

Cellist Razvan Suma will bring some Spanish flavor to Bucharest, alongside Spanish pianist Josu Okinena, in a March 22 Radio Hall concert, 7.00 pm. Cellist Razvan Suma – who last year delighted audiences with his “Do You Like Bach?” national tours” – will take the audience on a trip to Spain with his concert “A Spanish evening with Razvan Suma”. Suma will perform alongside his friend, Spanish pianist  Josu Okinena, pieces by great Spanish composers Gaspar Cassado, Joaquin Nin, Aita Donostia, Anton Larrauri, Lorenzo Ondarra and Manuel De Falla. The repertoire relies on Spanish traditional folkloric motifs incorporating landmark Spanish composers including Gaspar Cassado, one of Spain’s most representative cellists, and Aita Donostia (Father Donostia) who may be the most representative Basque sacred music composer. Ondarra has dedicated the piece to be performed by Razvan Suma and Josu Okinena to the artists themselves.

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