Thursday | 11 June 2015
Established in 1850, today the school educates boys and girls aged between 11 (grade 5) and 19 years old (grade 12). With its motto “Litteris et Virtuti”, Andrei Șaguna school is one of the best in Romania. Since its founding, the school has had a number important Romanian personalities either study or teach there, including the 19th century composers Ciprian Porumbescu and Gheorghe Dima, the poets Lucian Blaga and Octavian Goga, and the literary critic Titu Maiorescu.
Piano Quartet in A minor
Slavonic Dances for Piano Four Hands
Piano Trio no. 1 op. 8