Richard Clayderman celebrates Woman’s Day in Bucharest for the first time with full orchestra

Richard Clayderman, the most successful pianist of all times, is offering women the most beautiful gift: a concert dedicated to them, with carefully selected scores and many other surprises, for an atmosphere full of delicacy and romance.

Richard Clayderman will meet the Romanian audience in a glorious concert, featuring unprecedented stage production, on March 8, at the Palace Hall.

The famous pianist will be accompanied by at least 100 instrumentalists, members of the Bucharest Symphonic Orchestra.

Thus, Romanian spectators will have the chance to celebrate the International Woman’s Day alongside one of the most romantic musicians of the planet, in a captivating atmosphere laden with emotion and tenderness.

The Prince of Romance, as the French-born pianist is known, is an artist very fond of our country, since in each concert he has given here he has introduced elements of novelty, managing to surprise us every time. Thus, in time, the pianist has had alongside him the musicians of the Royal Camerata, first-ballerina Monica Petrica and choreographer Razvan Mazilu, but also the well-known panpipe maestro Gheorghe Zamfir.

This time, the music grace will emanate from the virtuosity of Clayderman and that of the Bucharest Symphonic Orchestra, and the show promises to be unforgettable.

Richard Clayderman has innovated contemporary music, giving birth to a new style: New Romantic. With an impressive career spanning 40 years, time in which he recorded more than 1,300 songs and sold more than 150 million albums, winning 267 golden discs and 70 platinum discs, the artist has been inducted in the Book of World Records “as the most successful pianist of all times.”

His best-known piece remains “Ballade pour Adeline,” which has charmed people all over the world and which still represents the soundtrack of many love stories.


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