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January 28, 2023

Latin roots and Romanian culture, celebrated in New York

The celebration of Latin roots and Romanian culture would be held in New York this Wednesday by music pieces from the album “Enescu Unknown”, played on the violin by Sherban Lupu, and the repertoire of the Balanescu Quartet from the album “Maria T” (2005), from the record collections of ICR New York, Agerpres announced.
The event will be followed by a live concert of classical guitar, performed by
Christian Reichert. He will play traditional Spanish and Brazilian songs and Argentinian tangos.
Romania based violinist Sherban Lupu is one of the few experts at global level in anything related to George Enescu’s compositions. He has won awards at numerous international competitions, such as Vienna International, Romanian National String Quartet, Jacques Thibaud in Paris, Carl Flesch in London, Royal Society of Arts and Park Lane Group Contest. He was violin professor at the University of Illinois, artistic manager of the Gubbio Festival in Italy and associated concert master of the San Francisco Opera House.
Since 2011, he is the president of the “George Enescu” Society in the United States of America. In collaboration with composer Cornel Taranu, Sherban Lupu has finished and rearranged “Caprice for Violin and Orchestra” by George Enescu.
In 2005, he edited and published six volumes of newly discovered works for violin by George Enescu, discovered and rearranged by him.
Christian Reichert is a maestro of classical guitar, combining virtuosity with a great sensitivity. He held numerous concerts and master classes, both in Europe (France, Spain, Sweden, Russia, Poland, Austria, Germany and Bulgaria) and in the United States

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