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Concert of Enescu Competition, broadcast live on screen in front of Romanian Athenaeum

The concerts and recital of the George Enescu International Competition can be followed live, for free, starting with Tuesday and until the end of the event, September 27 that is, on a screen placed in front of the Athenaeum, the press bureau of the competition informed, Agerpres reports. “We wished to offer to those who have not managed to book a seat in the chamber of the Romanian Athenaeum a chance to live the emotion of the concerts and recitals of the Enescu Competition through this unique experience, in a gala atmosphere, in open air, in one of the symbolic places of the Capital: right in front of the Romanian Athenaeum. We rejoice at the increased interest of the public for the Competition – the first 3,000 reservations for a seat in the concert hall were done in less than 24 hours”, said for the press Oana Marinescu, Communications Director of the Enescu Festival and Competition.
In this way, those who have not managed to book a seat in the chamber of the Romanian Athenaeum will be able to enjoy the concerts of the Violin, Piano and Cello Semifinals and Finals, as well as an extraordinary recital that is part of the Enescu Competition, in a live broadcast on a screen in front of the Athenaeum. 100 seats are also available.
The live broadcasts are to take place following this schedule: September 16, between 16.00 (EEST) and 22.00 – Semifinals of the Violin Section; September 19, between 16.00 and 22.00 – Semifinals of the Cello Section; September 24, between 10.00 and 13.00, as well as between 17.00 and 20.00 – Semifinals of the Piano Section; September 23, 19.00 – Extraordinary piano recital conducted by Jean Claude Pennetier and Mara Dobrescu; September 18, between 19.00 and 22.30 – Violin Section Finals; September 21, between 19.00 and 22.30 – Cello Section Finals; September 27, between 19.00 and 22.30 – Piano Section Finals. The semifinals and finals of the three sections will also be broadcast live on the website of the festival – www.festivalenescu.ro.

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