On May 16, starting at 20.00, the renowned violinist and composer Edvin Marton returns to the stage of the Bucharest Palace Hall with his latest concert production called The RockSymphony. Since he intends to promote, starting with this show, some of the best Romanian artists of the young generation, new names have joined the artist in order to perform at the concert to be held on May 16, as special guests. Artist and tenor Alin Stoica and violinist Lucian Duta are the first Romanian artists who will collaborate with the one who is called the Prince of the Violin.
The artist promises an electrifying show, complemented by many surprises designed to delight the audience starting with the first chords. According to the original label, the violin currently played by Edvin Marton was made in 1699 and valued at USD 7 million.
Along with Edvin Marton, the Bucharest Metropolitan Orchestra will perform under the baton of Conductor Daniel Jinga. His openness for original musical projects brought him, throughout his career, successful collaborations with notorious artists, such as Gheorghe Zamfir, Angela Gheorghiu, Valentina Nafornita, Teodor Ilincai, Felicia Filip, PHOENIX, IRIS, Smiley, Marius Moga, Vlad Mirita, and not only them.
Tenor Alin Stoica, one of the most fashionable Romanian tenors, winner of the prestigious Luciano Pavarotti Award, he is a collaborator of the Bucharest National Opera. The artist was born in 1987 in Bucharest and graduated the Conservatory in 2011. He participated in many contests and won, among other awards, the Great Award of the Paul Constantinescu Contest and the Special Award of the Romanian Broadcasting Company at the Competition Grand Prix de l’Opéra.
Being a soloist of the “Paul Constantinescu” Philharmonic Orchestra of Ploiesti and a violin teacher at the “Carmen Sylva” College of Arts, Lucian Alexandru Duta is a graduate of the Bucharest National University of Music. Throughout his career, the artist held concerts along with international orchestras in impressive cities and auditoriums, such as Paris, Pescara, Roma, Viena – Porgy&Bess Concert Hall, Graz, Salzburg, Lichtenstein Hofburg Palais, Theater and der Wien, Radio Kulturhaus Wien.
The precious Stradivarius Ex Auer violin handled by Edvin Marton will give the audience the opportunity to listen original interpretations of some legendary rock songs, as well as the most beautiful classical compositions, during the concert called “The RockSymphony”.
Being the winner of the Emmy Award for the best original composition, Edvin Marton conquered the international audience after his original collaboration with the Russian skater Evgeni Plushenko and after he won the Eurovision contest, in 2008, together with Dima Bilan. Edvin Marton says in most of his interviews that his destiny is to make people happy through the music he sings.
He started singing when he was 5, while he wanted to impress a girl at the kindergarten, and from that moment until his first concerts along with symphonic orchestras, it didn’t last much longer. He followed renowned schools, such as: Tchaikovsky Music School in Moscow, Music Academy in Budapest, Music Academy in Vienna, and Juilliard School of Music in New York. Although he is a classical music lover, Edvin Marton felt he must adapt compositions according to the taste of the new generations, and even to compose fully original songs. Thus, many successful projects resulted, being built on a musical fusion between classical and contemporary, thus conquering the great stages of the world.
Tickets for the concert to be held at the Palace Hall are available at prices starting from RON 50, both online, at www.ticketnet.ro, www.iabilet.ro, www.salapalatului.ro, and at the ticket office of the Palace Hall, or in the partner stores Flanco, Diverta and in the network Iabilet.ro/retea. Until Monday, May 6, you can take advantage of the -20% promotion in the Iabilet.ro network, by adding the EM20 code.