ARTS & LEISURE

Indila will seduce Romanians’ hearts on December 7, inspired Aznavour to write a song to her

Music legend Charles Aznavour launched three days ago his tribute album “Aznavour Sa Jeunesse”, a recording that includes his most successful hits performed by the new generation of French musicians, such as Soprano, Black M, Amel Bent, Kendji Girac, Matt Houston and many more.

Indila, whose voice had won the most valuable artists’ attention, really makes a difference on this album, as her outstanding voice had inspired Charles Aznavour to write a song to her. “Mon fol amour” is the title of the song Indila was delighted to perform in her divine manner. The music was composed by her husband and producer, DJ Skalp.

Indila made her debut by the end of last year, when she launched the song “Derniere Dance”. The success gained by her album “Mini World” opened her path to some of the most important awards and nominations of the music industry. Indila won the title “Best French artist” and represented France at MTV EMA 2014, against successful rivals such as Enrique Iglesias or One Direction.

After she won a triple Platinum Record, the end of October brought the French musician another surprise: The Diamond Record for sales of over 650,000 copies of the album “Mini World”. This trophy is a genuine triumph on the recession-ravaged market of music records’ sales.

The year 2014 was another successful one in the career of the Parisian singer. Definitely, she is the French singer of the year and perhaps the artist who will seduce Romanians’ hearts during the two concerts she will perform at the Palace Hall on Sunday, December 7, starting at 4 and at 7 pm.

The opening act of both Bucharest shows will include one of the best rated Romanian female artists of the moments. Delia Matache will perform a special recital to warm up music fans.

“Indila’s collaboration with this great artist, nicknamed “The French Sinatra” comes at a really interesting moment and it fits our projects for the year 2015 like a glove. After over two years since we started negotiations, we hope that next year we may provide Romanians the opportunity to enjoy Charles Aznavour’s fabulous music in a live show in Bucharest. We are convinced that the Romanian audience will positively react to the confirmation of this concert”, show organizer Pepino Popescu declared.

 

The tickets for the concerts in December are available in the Vreau Bilet network, at the stand on the second floor of Unirea Shopping Center (D’Arte Foto), at the Eminescu Book Store, at the Palace Hall Box Office and online, on www.eventim.ro and www.vreaubilet.ro.

 

 

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