Thursday, 25 May 2017

Fwd: Calendar of events | June 2017 



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MUSIC

1 June, 7pm
RCI London
Free

MAXIM(UM) ENESCU

In June, the guest ensemble of our beloved 'Enescu Concerts' Series is the amazing Maxim Quartet, an ensemble much revered for its disciplined pathos and daring repertoire. In 1 Belgrave Square, their choice of programme, served by an unusual combination of piano, flute, accordion and double bass, reads like a brilliant rush through 100 years of great music and includes works by Stravinski, Glazunov, Fauré, Constantinescu, Olah, Dediu and of course Enescu. more

THEATRE

1-10 June
York Theatre Royal
Tickets

ALEXANDRA BADEA'S INCISIVE 'THE PULVERISED' MOVES TO YORK THEATRE ROYAL

After a succesful and extended London run at the Arcola Theatre, Alexandra Badea's 'The Pulverised' moves to York Theatre Royal. In a 4-star review, the Evening Standard described the performance as 'compelling and chilling', Mind the Blog as 'a hard-hitting 90 minutes of theatre that should resonate with all who watch it – brought to life by a highly talented cast' and Theatre Bubble as 'a brutal but essential play'. more

FILM

7 June, 7pm
RCI London
Free

THE ROMANIAN CINEMATHEQUE IS DOING 'EASTERN BUSINESS'

The series of new Romanian productions presented at our Cinematheque resumes en force with 'Eastern Business' (Afacerea Est), the irresistibly funny, bittersweet comedy directed by Igor Cobileanski, which portrays two very different characters, a choir singer and a construction worker, drawn together by one absorbing goal: to make it big in business. more

THEATRE

14 June, 7pm
RCI London
Free

BELGRAVIA REVISITED: AN ENCOUNTER WITH 'VIVIEN LEIGH'

Our theatre programme continues with a brilliant depiction of the last years of the great Vivien Leigh starring the revered thespian Lamia Beligan in a career defining one-woman show. We are pleased to present 'Vivien Leigh - The Last Press Conference' in our theatrical space, only a couple streets away from 54 Eaton Square, where Leigh spent her last, sad and solitary years.  more

CELEBRATION

15 June
British Council

 

EUNIC LONDON'S 10TH ANNIVERSARY

Chaired by the Romanian Cultural Institute between 2007 and 2009 and between 2012 and 2014, EUNIC London, the association of cultural institutes and embassies from the European Union, has been, since its inception a decade ago, the source of some of the most creative and impactful cultural diplomacy programmes in London and beyond. The anniversary of these amazing 10 years of projects nourished by European values&imagination is hosted by the British Council and features the fabulous British-Romanian DJ Nico de Transilvania. more

FILM

18 June, 7.40pm
Rich Mix Cinema

Tickets

GABRIEL ACHIM'S HILARIOUSLY DARK COMEDY 'THE LAST DAY' PREMIERS IN LONDON

We are thrilled to support the international premiere of 'The Last Day' (Ultima zi), a people's favourite in Romania, in the presence of director Gabriel Achim and screenwriter Cosmin Manolache. The gala screening will close the Discovery section of the East End Film Festival at Rich Mix on June 18th.  MORE

ARCHITECTURE

21 June, 7pm
RCI London

Free

SPACES OF MEMORY, SPACES OF HERITAGE

The London Festival of Architecture, a citywide celebration of international built environment, provides the perfect setting for a showcase of the finest conservation projects in Romania. The exhibition opens with a panel discussion in the company of architect Vlad Sebastian Rusu, winner of this year's EU Prize for Cultural Heritage, architect Șerban Cantacuzino CBE, businessman and philanthropist Nicolae Rațiu MBE, and author Jessica Douglas-Home, chaired by Dr Timothy Brittain-Catlin. MORE

Ongoing:
VISUAL ARTS

until 18 June
Camden Arts Centre London
Free

'THE STUDIO: A TIRELESS, ONGOING SPACE'. THE GETA BRĂTESCU RETROSPECTIVE IN LONDON

Visionary artist Geta Brătescu (b. 1926), a pivotal figure in the history of post-war Romanian art and Romania's representative for this year's Venice Biennale, is celebrated at the Camden Arts Centre with a major exhibition that spans a lifetime of creation through media as diverse as performance, textiles, collage, print-making, installation and film. more

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ALSO ON THE RADAR:
2&3 June | Centrala Gallery Birmingham: Romanian poets part of poetryartexchange project
11 June, 14.30 | Leicester Square Theatre, London: Once Upon a Second Time / Dumnezeul de a doua zi
1 July | The Garage London: Deliric X Silent Strike, Muse Quartet, CTC

 

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Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Conexiuni bistriţene la Viena | Răsunetul

http://rasunetul.ro/conexiuni-bistritene-la-viena


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„Conexiuni”, la Ziua Europei, sărbătorită la Viena | Mesagerul de Bistriţa Năsăud

http://www.mesagerul.ro/2017/05/17/conexiuni-la-ziua-europei-sarbatorita-la-viena


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Maxim Quartet in the Enescu Concerts Series | Thu 1 June, 7pm - free



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Date: 16 May 2017 at 16:20:22 CEST
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Subject: Maxim Quartet in the Enescu Concerts Series | Thu 1 June, 7pm - free
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Maxim Quartet in the Enescu Concerts Series | Thu 1 June, 7pm - free
A brilliant rush through 100 years of music 
The Romanian Cultural Institute and The Enescu Society in Great Britain
cordially invite you to

RCI London, Thursday 1 June, 7pm

Maxim Quartet

Horia Maxim - piano
Mihaela Anica - flute
Fernando Mihalache - accordion
Săndel Smărăndescu - double bass


An ensemble of disciplined pathos and daring repertoire!

Free. Seats allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please book your seat on 
Eventbrite
Amilcare Ponchielli: "Danza delle Ore" ("The Dace of the Hours")
Aleksander Glazunov: "Scénes de Ballet" 
Gabriel Fauré: "Le Pas Espagnol" ("Dolly Suite")
Tiberiu Olah: "Andante"
Dan Dediu: "Rondo alla Münchhausen" and "Balkan Tango with Walking Bass"
Johnny Răducanu: "Jocul ţambalelor" ("The Game of Cimbaloms")
Eugen Doga: "Vals"
Igor Stravinski: "Tango"
George Enescu: "Ballade"
Paul Constantinescu: "Joc dobrogean" ("Folk Dance from Dobrogea")
      
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Thursday, 11 May 2017

Fwd: 'Facebook Obsession': An Evening with Artist Florica Prevenda | Thu 25 May, 7pm | Free



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Subject: 'Facebook Obsession': An Evening with Artist Florica Prevenda | Thu 25 May, 7pm | Free
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'Facebook Obsession': An Evening with Artist Florica Prevenda | Thu 25 May, 7pm | Free
Facebook: an artistic exploration
Romanian Cultural Institute cordially invites you to
Florica Prevenda
  Florica Prevenda: Facebook Obsession  

Private view

Thu 25 May, 7pm
1 Belgrave Square, London SW1X8PH

The 'Brâncuşi' Gallery at 1 Belgrave Square sets the scene for a new exhibition entitled 'Facebook Obsession' and signed by Florica Prevenda, one of Romania's most original contemporary artists. Comprising a selection of striking collage works that speak about identity and relational challenges in the context of technologically mediated communication, the exhibition will be opened by the artist herself, with a revealing journey through her work.

Followed by a drinks reception.

Free entry. Please confirm your attendace on Eventbrite

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Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Fwd: Jonah by Marin Sorescu | Theatre | Thu 18 May & Fri 19 May, 7pm - free



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Subject: Jonah by Marin Sorescu | Theatre | Thu 18 May & Fri 19 May, 7pm - free
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Jonah by Marin Sorescu | Theatre | Thu 18 May & Fri 19 May, 7pm - free
The most celebrated monologue of Romanian theatre 

Jonah
By: Marin Sorescu

Translation: Andrea Deletant and Brenda Walker
Director: Sharon Willems
With: Alin Balaşcan
Visuals by: Cristian Luchian


"There should be a grid at the entrance to every soul. So no one can get inside it with a knife."

A performance that preserves the signature balance between lyricism and irony so characteristic to the great poet and playwright Marin Sorescu (1936-1996) while offering a highly contemporary take, full of imagery and humour, of the story of the prophet-fisherman.

The show will be performed in English.

FREE ENTRY

BOOK HERE for 18 May
BOOK HERE for 19 May

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