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2015 vibrate!festival Gala
chamber music | classical music | international festival | brasov | romania
vibrate!festival, chamber, music, classical, vibrate, festival, sinestezia, concert, art, Brașov, Transylvania, Romania
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2015 vibrate!festival Gala

vibrate!festival Gala 

Aula of the Transylvania University | Sunday | 14 June 2015 | 7:00 pm

The program of the last vibrate! evening was one worthy of a festival closing. J.S Bach’s famous Toccata and fugue in D minor interpreted by the organist Steffen Schlandt (Romania), on the virtual organ of the Transylvania University, opened Sunday evening’s concert. George Enescu’s wonderful composition Adagio Religioso followed, with the same Steffen Schlandt at organ and cellists Pau Codina (Spain) and Ashok Klouda (UK). Then the stage was taken by violinist Valeriy Sokolov (Ukraine/Germany) and pianist Mikhail Sporov (Rusia) who played the Sonata for violin and piano by C. Debussy. Monte Piano Trio (Irina Botan, Claude Frochaux and Francesco Sica) brought G. Enescu on the stage of the festival again, Enescu thus becoming the most played composer at vibrate!festival. The piece that closed the Brașov Gala was the Piano Quintet op 44 by R. Schumann, played by Diana Ionescu, Vlad Maistorovici, Pau Codina, Daniel Palmizio and Francesco Sica.