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Timpul : Februarie 18, 2010 de la 6:30pm până la9pm
Locaţie : Ambasada Venezuelei , Bolivar Hall, Londra
Strada : Grafton Way nr 54, W1T 5DL
Oraşul : Londra , Marea Britanie
Tipul evenimentului : concert, muzica, clasica
Organizat de : Ionela Flood
Activitatea Recentă : Feb 17, 2010
Dear friends and supporters,
I hope we will see many of you at our concert next Thursday 18th February in the Bolivar Hall, Venezuelan Embassy. The programme is a colourful selection of excerpts from various international works and includes Schubert's much-loved Trout Quintet.
Come and meet composer John Reeman at 6.30pm in a pre-concert workshop with us, where he will present his work Tableau, which will receive its World Premiere on the night.
The programme also includes the London Premiere of Danse and Improvisation for Solo Double Bass by Romanian composer and outstanding Double Bass player of the London Schubert Players, Michael Cretu.
We hope you will have a very enjoyable evening with us !
With best wishes,
Pianist Anda Anastasescu & London Schubert Players cordially invites you to join them for an unusual musical journey on February 18th at the Bolivar Hall, London:
A musical journey from Romania to Venezuela
The concert is free and includes the London Premiere of Dance and Improvisation for Solo Double Bass by Michael Cretu (1960 - ), the Double Bassist of the London Schubert Players.
In this work the composer was inspired by the very old Romanian folk song, The County Constable (Capitanul de Judet), about an impoverished peasant who is charged with stealing a horse, pleads he did this in order to sell it and buy food for his starving family, and is let off, with the horse, by the merciful constable.)
The noted pianist Anda Anastasescu and the outstanding young Romanian violinist Radu Bitica are participating in the concert. Anda Anastasescu will also present a pre-concert workshop with English composer John Reeman.
The events are part of the London Schubert Players European Union award-winning project Invitation to Composers.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author,and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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