Greetings From Dracula

Celebrating 100 years of the Great Union. Supported by the Romanian Cultural Institute.

SUN 2 DEC | SONIC LAB (Sonic Arts Research centre)

1pm – CLASSICAL CONNECTIONS, £5 HERE
7pm – LATINO CONNECTIONS, £5 HERE
8pm – DRACULA CONNECTIONS, £5 HERE
All 3 concerts £10 HERE

 

1pm – CLASSICAL CONNECTIONS (approx. 50min), £5 HERE

Young Steinway Artist pianist, Sinziana Mircea and the RTÉ ConTempo Quartet’s multi international award winner Adrian Mantu on cello.

BEETHOVEN – Sonata op 69, no 3, PAGANINI – ‘Variazioni di Bravura’ on G string, BARTÓK – ‘Romanian Dances’

7pm – LATINO CONNECTIONS (approx. 50min), £5 HERE

Freemasons Young Musician of the Year winners, Dermot Dunne on accordion and Julian Pusca on pan-flute along with RTE ConTempo Quartet cellist’s Adrian Mantu & Steinway artist Sinziana Mircea on Piano

Music from the French, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian & Italian speaking countries

Including Astor PIAZZOLLA – ‘Grand Tango’, Oblivion, Ave Maria, George ENESCU – ‘Romanian Rhapsody’, Venetian Carnival – Putignanni, Camille SAINT-SAENS – ‘Swan’, Heitor VILLA-LOBOS – ‘Bachianas Brasileiras’ Manuel de FALLA – ‘Suite populaire espagnol’

8pm – DRACULA CONNECTIONS (approx. 50min), £5 HERE

ROMANIAN RHAPSODY with Freemasons Young Musician of the Year winners, Dermot Dunne on accordion and Julian Pusca on pan-flute along RTE ConTempo Quartet cellist’s Adrian Mantu. Traditional and ritual Music from DRACULA’s Land, including the very popular, energetic and audience favourites traditional songs, such as Cālusarii’ (Man’s Dance), Transylvanian Dance and Geampara, involving not only music but also clapping and shoutings!There will also be featured in the programme, well known classical composers born in Romania, including Enescu, Bartok & Dimitrescu

All 3 concerts £10 HERE