SoNoRo Conac opens the series of concerts hosted in the patrimonial buildings from Romania with a music recital from ‘20s and ‘30s. The events will take place on Monday, June 12, at the Scene 9 residency on no. 32, I.L. Caragiale street, in historical monument mansion which was owned by King Mihai.
This is the only concert that will take place in Bucharest, followed by three others in other cities in June and until the end of September SoNoRo Conac will bring into the public’s attention mansions and patrimonial buildings from all the country with the help of music.
The program of the first recital will be interpreted by the bariton Rodney Earl Clarke, the pianist Diana Ketler, the violinist Anna – Liisa Bezrodny, the viola player Razvan Popovici and the cello player Jan-Erik Gustafsson.
Razvan Popovici, the founder and director of Sonoro festival says that “SoNoRo Conac has as purpose to bring the chamber music in spaces that were specially designed for this type of events- concert rooms or ball rooms of the old mansions and aristocratic mansions.”
In 2013, the Sonoro association set the foundation of the new project, SoNoRo Conac, which wishes through the association of music with architectural masterpieces iconic for Romania, to suggest the need for respect, attention and support of the patrimony and the cultural resources of Romania.
In 2014 SoNoRo conac developed a series of 11 concerts in patrimonial buildings all over the country, such as Dobrusa mansion from Dragasani, Avramide mansion from Tulcea, Bellu mansion from Urlati and the Cuza mansion from Ruginoasa.