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A few days from now, the great violinist Andre Rieu will enchant the Romanian audience with a new high class concert

The famous violinist André Rieu, accompanied by the Johan Strauss Orchestra, invites the Romanian audience to come in Constitution Square on June 11 and 12, to be present to a new high class concert.

This time, André Rieu returns in Bucharest with a new show, different than the one that shined on the same stage last year, but full of beautiful songs, dance, special guests, fun and a lot of unforgettable surprises!

“I can hardly wait to get back on the scene in Constitution Square and to meet the fantastic Romanian audience again. The scene that I am using only for the concerts in Maastricht will reach again “the center of the Universe”. It’s impressive, no other artist has a scene like this one, it’s a sort of logo for my show”, stated André Rieu.

Spectators will spend three hours of magic, on the rhythm of the highest class music. The great artist got us used with evenings of sold-out concerts, and the show announced for Saturday, June 11, 2016, is part of this category.

There is still a chance for those who wish to be present at the most important concert of the year. Those who wish to be as close to the scene as possible and to fully enjoy the unique experience of a concert performed by André Rieu, can purchase their tickets for the show which will take place on Sunday, June 12, starting at 8.30 pm.

Tickets are available at different prices, depending on the seat category, both online, through www.eventim.ro, and in the Eventim partner stores – Orange, Vodafone, Germanos, Carturesti and Humanitas Bookstores, Carrefour supermarkets and OMV gas stations.

In June 2015, the famous violinist André Rieu held in Bucharest not less than seven concerts in the accompaniment of his orchestra, having an audience of more than 85,000 spectators. With this huge success, André Rieu has registered a new record on the events market in Romania.

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