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February 25, 2021

New performance by maestro Tudor Gheorghe: “Good Bye, Lady!”

Always in love with poetry, with the beauty and originality of Romanian evergreen music, maestro Tudor Gheorghe never ceases to surprise its audience with unique music experiences, innovative performances fillws with charm and refinement.

Continuing the tradition this autumn as well, the minstrel returns to the spotlight with a new cultural event destined to bring back a genuine music show on contemporary stages, focused retrospectively on the music of Bucharest in interwar time.

Tudor Gheorghe may be applauded on stage in the event – performance entitled “Good Bye, Lady!”, presented on November 3, in premiere at the Palace Hall in Bucharest, starting at 7 pm.

Inspired by the works and stories of the great personalities of Romanian literature, such as Tudor Arghezi or Ion Minulescu, and by the music compositions of the most appreciated singers that gained notoriety at that time, such as Jean Moscopol, Titi Botez, Cristian Vasile or Zavaidoc, maestro Tudor Gheorghe conceived a special program.

In partnership with the conductor and orchestrator Marius Hristescu and accompanied by his orchestra, Tudor Gheorghe will provide his admirers a varied repertoire, a selection of special songs, beautiful stories and famous tunes of the bohemian age of old Bucharest, immortal choruses that continue to be performed nowadays.

The quality music, poetry and subtle humour will emphasise the beauty of two excellently characterized worlds: the fascinating image of elegant gentlemen, accompanied by charming, attractive ladies, wearing long dresses, hats and delicately embroidered gloves, walking by carriage in the centre of “Little Paris” and spent their evenings in the most luxurious restaurants, enjoying the music of the so-called “aristocrats of genuine music”, while the workers, decent people, met in pubs in the outskirts to listen to touching music performed by Zavaidoc.

“Good Bye, Lady!”, a new event organized by Tudor Gheorghe, defined as a balm for Romanians’ soul, a reminder about the beauty and the golden moments of Romania during the 20s and 30s, when elegance, politeness and respect to others were highly respected.

The tickets for the show “Good Bye, Lady!”, were issued at variable prices depending on the position of the seat in the hall, and are available at the Palace Hall Box Office, and online on www.bilete.ro, www.eventim.ro, www.myticket.ro, www.bilet.ro and www.fix7.ro.




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