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The 8th edition of SoNoRo Conac starts on Saturday at the Memorial House ‘ Alexandru Vlahuta’ in Dragosloveni

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The 8th edition of SoNoRo Conac will start on Saturday with a concert at the Memorial House ‘Alexandru Vlahuta’ in Dragosloveni, after which it will continue in memorial houses, mansions and fortified churches in the counties of Arges, Brasov or Sibiu, shows the press release of the organizers sent on Monday.

The programme of the first concerts SoNoRo Conac of this summer is the following: Muzeul Memorial ‘Alexandru Vlahuta’ in Dragosloveni (Vrancea county) – 11 July, Casa ‘ Mihai Sadoveanu’ in Iasi (Iasi country) – 12 July, Casa ‘Dinu Lipatti’ –Ciolcesti (Arges county) – 23 July 2020; BRD Scena9 , Bucuresti – 24 July 2020; Conacul Chiroiu in Condeesti (Ialomita county) – 25 July 2020; Biserica Fortificata in Cincisor (Brasov county) – 7 August 2020.
‘We want to bring the listeners of this summer to the quietness of the manors and the heritage houses in our country, to enjoy the poetry, the calm and the stories of each place, many times wrongly forgotten, places where great personalities of the Romanian culture spent summers full of music and poetry in the inter-war period, a time which we want to remember and recreate through our music. This year, the flute, the clarinet or the harp will have the occasion to allow the sound, the wind to be more subtly perceive in a transparent repertoire, full of colour and grandeur’, states the musician Razvan Popovici, the initiator of the tour SoNoRo Conac.

The SoNoRo concerts will include some musicians of international renown, such as  Nicolas Dautricourt (violin), Diana Ketler (piano), Justus Grimm (cello), together with well-known Romanian musicians - Razvan Popovici (alto), Ion Bogdan Stef?nescu (flute), Cristina Mihart (piano), Maria Bildea and Miruna Nagy (harp).
The project is co-financed by the Administration of the National Cultural Fund and access to the concerts is free of charge and is made on invitations or reservation in the limit of the available seats..

 

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