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A new festival in Bucharest *Mozartissimo celebrates 260 years since the birth of the unique W. A. Mozart

From 8th to 10th of July, the House of Arts Cultural Center holds the first edition of the Mozartissimo Festival, celebrating 260 years since the birth of the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

The access is free, depending on the available seats. The event addresses to all people in Bucharest who love classical music, and especially to those loving the noblesse of the Mozart’s music.

“Mozartissimo Festival aims to become an annual tradition and a landmark event among the classical music festivals in Bucharest. Mozartissimo means three days of chamber recitals, extraordinary classical music concerts, book launching, exhibitions and film screenings”, according to the organizers.

The program includes: on Friday, July 8, 5.00 pm, at the Brancusi Hall: The opening of the exhibitions called “Life and work of Mozart” and “Mozart’s portraits”; the launch of the book “Mozart’s letters” within the Esential Collection – guest will be PhD Prof. Lecturer and Musicologist Grigore Constantinescu; 5.30 pm, at the Eliad Hall: the conference called “Mozart and the trap of the cliché”, held by Marius Constantinescu; 6.30 pm: Launching the Mozart Hall – “Mozartissimo” Chamber Recital held by Horia Mihail (piano); 8.00 pm, The Great Yard: an Extraordinary Concert held by the Symphactory Orchestra, Conductor: Tiberiu Soare; soloists: Diana Tugui, Maria Jinga, Serban Vasile; 10.00 pm, the Amphitheater: Screening of the BBC documentary called “Mozart’s genius”, first part.

On Sunday, July 9, at 5.00 pm, at the Eliad Hall: the screening called “Mozart’s opera at Vienna”; 5.30 pm, Eliad Hall: the conference called “The other Mozart” held by the conductor Tiberiu Soare; 6.30 pm, Mozart Hall: “Mozartissimo” Chamber Recital held by Ion Bogdan Stefanescu (flute) and Verona Maier (piano);  8.00 pm, the Great Yard: an Extraordinary Concert held by the Royal Camerata, Conductor: Horia Andreescu, Soloist: Gabriel Croitoru (violin); 10.00 pm, the Amphitheater: Screening of the BBC documentary “mozart’s genius”, the second part.

On Sunday, July 10, at 5.00pm, at the Eliad Hall: the screening called “Mozart’s Opera at Vienna”; at 5.30 pm, at Eliad Hall: the conference called “Mozart’s cosmogony” held by the PhD Prof. Lecturer Grigore Constantinescu; 6.30  pm, at the Mozart Hall: “Mozartissimo” Chamber Recital, held by the Elite Quartet; 8.00 pm, the Great Yard: an Extraordinary Concert held by the Bucharest Symphonic Orchestra, Conductor: Jin Wang, the Acoustic Choir, Conductor of the choir: Daniel Jinga, Soloists: Iuliana Rosca, Catalin Opriltoiu, Iulia Isaev, Emanuela Pascu, Andrei Lazar, Iustinian Zetea.

 

 

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