Concerts this March

Newsroom 05/03/2012 | 09:57

Alessandro Safina

March 7, Insieme a te

19.30, Palace Hall

Together with You (Insieme a te) is a show for Woman’s Day by one of the most popular tenors in the world, performing alongside the Ion Dacian National Lyric Orchestra. Safina has enjoyed a glittering international opera career, performing on the top stages. In early 2000 his popularity soared when he combined classical with pop music to create a new style, which he labeled “Rock Opera”. Tickets are available from the Eventim network in partnership with at RON 50, 100 and 150.


March 10

18.30, Atelierul de Productie

Hailing from Japan, Plunklock is a visual kei band formed in November 2010. Their music combines elements from “kayokyoku” (Japanese traditional music), pop, rock and metal. Shortly after their first live shows, in Tokyo in 2011, the band released two singles Teardrop and Breakout. In 2012, Plunklock will go on their first European tour in an attempt to popularize visual kei, Japanese style rock.Tickets at RON 40 are available through

Flamenco, classical and new genres

Festival, Guitar Recital: Pablo Sainz Villegas – March 11, Romanian Broadcasting Company Concert Hall (Sala Radio)

Pablo Sainz Villegas, considered by critics one of the greatest guitarists of our time, will connect with the audience in a live performance. The concerts will comprise a selection of compositions for guitar written by leading Spanish composers.

David Palomar Concert

March 15, 16, ArCuB Hall

Surrounded by great flamenco musicians such as Ricky Rivera (guitar), Ale Benitez (bass), Javier Katumba (percussion) and Anabel Rivera (vocal accompaniment), David Palomar, who creates flamenco in the most spectacular fashion, will give two concerts featuring a selection of songs from his shows La Dada del Poncho Rojo and Homenaje Flamenco a Chavela Vargas. Tickets can be purchased from ArCub (14 Strada Batistei) for RON 26.5 and 35.

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