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Weavers’ Bastion

Dear friends, the event moves to Patria Hall, from 7:00 pm,

due to unfavorable weather conditions.

Thank you for your understanding!

Romanian musicians and vibrate!festival artists reunite in the vibrate!festival superStrings Orchestra for a musical programme that includes an epic performance of George Enescu’s Prelude à l’unisson, Bartok’s Romanian Dances, alongside works by Dinicu, Ravel, Ligeti, Pärt and Xenakis.

7:00 pm

Sunday | 24 June 2018

About the venue:

 

Constructed by the Weavers’ Guild, hence the name The Weavers’ Bastion (Bastionul Țesătorilor), this impressive fortification has four levels with four meters thick walls in the basement and one meter at the fourth level. With shooting holes and two watch towers, its architecture is unique for south-eastern Europe. With its high-quality acoustics, it is a perfect venue for operatic and orchestral performances.

Programme:

 

G. ENESCU

Prelude à l’unisson

from Orchestra Suite no. 1 op. 9

M. RAVEL

Two Hebrew Melodies

for cello and strings

G. ENESCU

The Fiddler from

Impressions d’enfance op. 28

B. BARTOK

Romanian Dances

G. LIGETI

Sonata for Solo Cello

G. DINICU

Hora Staccato

C. CÂRNECI

Psalm at noon

I. XENAKIS

Dhiply Zyia

A. PÄRT

Fratres

Performers:

 

vibrate!festival

superStrings Orchestra

 

Vlad Maistorovici | violin

Bartholomew LaFollette | cello

Aida-Carmen Soanea | viola

Matthijs Broersma | cello

Photo | Andrei Paul

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