The Queen of Symphonic Rock to perform in Bucharest again

Tarja Turunen, nicknamed the Queen of Symphonic Rock, will enter the stage of the Palace Hall on November 4, at the Bucharest venture of her world tour promoting the artist’s latest studio album, entitled “Colours in the Dark”. This release was enthusiastically received by fans, but also by music critics worldwide, who unanimously declared it “the best work by the artist so far”. The music producer who signs the mixing on the album is no other than Tim Palmer. He has worked with some of the legends of the music industry, such as Mark Knopfler, Robert Plant, Pearl Jam, David Bowie, Jason Mraz and many others. The compositions and orchestra arrangements, but, most of all, the almost three octave-ranging voice of the soprano fascinated music lovers, who can hardly wait to see Tarja again on the international award-winning podiums.
This year, Tarja will bring to the stage of the Palace Hall in Bucharest a complex show, based on the harmonious combination of classical instruments with electric guitar, bass guitar and drums, played by no other than the spectacular Mike Terrana. Among the elite musicians accompanying Taria, we must mention cellist Max Lilja, former member of the band Apocalyptica.
Lyric soprano, pianist and composer, Tarja Turunen had been the trademark voice of the world’s most beloved symphonic metal band, Nightwish. The Finnish artist has performed several times in our country.
Tickets may be purchased at the Eventim network, in Vodafone, Germanos, Orange,  Domo stores, Humanitas and Carturesti book shops, as well as online, on

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