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April 12, 2021
ARTS & LEISURE

86 years of radio in Romania

The Radio Day will be celebrated today, from 19 h at Sala Radio in Bucharest, by the National Radio Orchestra, with the participation of the conductor Tiberiu Soare and the pianist Horia Mihail, presenting pieces by Ludwig van Beethoven and Edvard Grieg. The event marks 86 years since the airing of the first programme of the public radio service of the Radiotelephonic Broadcasting Company, now the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Company – SRR (known by the brand name of Radio Romania).
Under the baton of one of the most appreciated Romanian conductors of the time, Tiberiu Soare, lead conductor of the Radio Orchestras and Choirs, featuring the pianist Horia Mihail, concert soloist of the same ensembles, applauded during so many international tours, the public will enjoy a special programme at Sala Radio on Friday.
The night will open with a Romanian piece – “Priveli?ti moldovene?ti”, by Mihail Jora. The night programme will also include two famous creations from the symphonic repertoire: “Concerto in A minor for piano and orchestra’ by Edvard Grieg and ’Symphony No. 3 – Heroic Symphony’, a score that was originally dedicated by Ludwig van Beethoven to Napoleon Bonaparte.
The concert can be listened to live on all wavelengths of Radio Romania Cultural and Radio Romania Muzical in the country and in live streaming on the internet on radiorormaniacultural.ro”>www.radiorormaniacultural.ro and www.romania-muzical.ro.
Tickets are available on www.bilete.ro, at post offices, in the Inmedio stores displaying “Bilete.ro”, Germanos stores and at the ticket office of Sala Radio.

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