The works of J. S. Bach, W. A. Mozart, A. Vivaldi, J. Massenet, P. Mascagni, Andrei Tudor, as well as Christian Orthodox creations will echo at the Bucharest National Opera on April 21 through the performance of one of the best known Romanian sopranos, Felicia Filip (in picture).
Filip will be accompanied by pianist Ioana Maxim and have as special guests Marius Olteanu (tenor, main soloist of the National Operetta Theatre Ion Dacian, member of the pop-opera group, Distinto) and the Romanian Patriarchy’s Children and Youth Choir Symbol, conducted by Professor Jean Lupu, along with other surprise guests. The event will take place in the Yellow Foyer of the National Bucharest Opera.
Felicia Filip, born on March 20, 1959, is a prominent Romanian operatic soprano. She has performed at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, the Vienna State Opera and the Liceu in Barcelona.
Tickets for Yellow Foyer spectacles RON 26.50 if paid in full and RON 10.6 if reduced. For more information, please access the Bucharest National Opera’s website, also available in City.