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January 23, 2022

Mireille Mathieu, Peter Gabriel, Mark Anthony to perform for first time in Romania

Mireille Mathieu, one of the most popular French singers, the famous British artist Peter Gabriel and the American singer Marc Anthony will be performing for the first time in Romania in 2014, a year that will bring a string of exciting music events. Mireille Mathieu will give a concert for the first time in Bucharest on March 24 at Palace Hall, alongside the 26 instrumentalists of her orchestra. At the same time, Peter Gabriel will give a concert at the central pavilion of the Bucharest-based Romexpo complex. His show is part of the “Back to Front” tour marking 25 years since the release of the singer’s most famous album entitled “So”. In addition, US singer Marc Anthony will be performing on May 19 at Palace Hall in Bucharest as of 7 pm.
Elliphant, a new band performing underground music, will open the series of events Deck Sounds, the newest platform devoted to live music. They will give a concert on January 25 at the Production Workshop.
Moreover, the legendary British band Deep Purple returns to Romania to perform on February 20 at the Polyvalent Hall in Bucharest.
Richard Clayderman, one of the world’s most popular pianists, comes back to Bucharest this year to give a recital on March 19 at Palace Hall as of 8 pm. He will be accompanied by the masterly performed music of the Romanian Royal Camerata.
Max Cavalera, Phil Anselmo and Joey Belladona are some of the singers who will take part in the Metal All Stars project to be held for the first time in Romania on March 24 at Romexpo in Bucharest. Also this year, the American band Thirty Seconds To Mars will give an outdoor concert for the first time in Romania on July 4 at Romexpo. Last but not least, the 8th edition of the B’estfest Festival will be held at Mogosoaia Palace between July 31 and August 2 in an enchanting place where nature and history match perfectly.

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