Angelo Branduardi comes to Romania

Italian artist Angelo Branduardi will come to Romania for the first time. He will attend the “Dilema Veche” festival, an event that annually attracts thousands of tourists from all corners of the country.

This year’s edition will be held on August 21-23, in Alba Iulia, and will include three days of theatre and dance performances, concerts, conferences, debates, reading performances, practical workshops, book fairs and craftsmen’s fairs, photography exhibitions and film screenings, the organizers announced.

The special guests of the festival are Gabriel Liiceanu, Horia Roman Patapievici and Andrei Plesu.

The organizers also announced that the program includes Mircea Vintila and Brambura, Nicu Alifantis and the “Jidvei” Ensemble, Basorelief, Irina Popa & The Sinners, Radu Gheorghe & Bucharest Symphonic Orchestra, Puiu Pascu Trio, Emy Dragoi, Alexandra Bobeico (violin), Christian Nas (viola) and  Razvan Popovici (viola). Also, Constantin Chiriac will offer a poetry recital.

Therefore, on August 21 and 23 there will be plenty for the audience to choose from: concerts, conferences, debates, exhibitions, European journalism standup, children’s workshops and documentary film screenings.

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