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Tomorrow’s Romania – small ambassadors of Romanian culture



The Association of Romanian Diplomats’ Partners (ARDP) is honored to inform you that our Association, which is affiliated to the Foreign Affairs Ministry and a member of the European Union Foreign Affairs Spouses Association, in partnership with the European Commission’s Representation in Bucharest, the Lions Atheneum Club and the International Women’s Association, will organize on November 27, under the high patronage of the Foreign Affairs Ministry and in partnership with the Craiova European Culture Capital 2021 Association, the “Tomorrow’s Romania – Small Ambassadors of Romanian Culture” event. The event, scheduled to take place at 7 PM at the Romanian Athenaeum, will be part of a week of Foreign Affairs Ministry events dedicated to the National Day of Romania and meant to promote Romanian cultural values abroad.
The event, organized by the Association of Romanian Diplomats’ Partners in partnership with the Craiova European Culture Capital 2021 Association, will mainly seek to offer awards to children and young people that have the merit of performing on international stages or of winning important international competitions and that deserve not only the “Small Ambassador of Romanian Culture” diploma but also a check for EUR 2,000 from the organizers.
The moment will take the form of a grandiose show, a succession of artistic moments offered by important music representatives from Craiova, headed by maestro Tudor Gheorghe and the orchestra led by Mr. Marius Histescu (who took part in all the other five editions of the diplomatic events meant to promote Romanian culture abroad, events organized by the ARDP at the Athenaeum), the “Oltenia” Philharmonic from Craiova, soprano Diana Tugui and violinist Liviu Prunaru.
After each artistic moment a child will give a performance and will receive the “Small Cultural Ambassador” diploma and the award from a sponsor or a socio-political personality.
An element of surprise and diplomatic courtesy will consist of the offering of an award to a child from Montenegro, as a form of gratitude for the Montenegrins’ gesture of human solidarity following the tragic accident in which a bus filled with Romanian tourists was involved.
The event will end with a reception in the Athenaeum’s foyer, where all participating personalities can give interviews.

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