The last weekend of March brings the spring weather and mood, with fresh events! See our suggestions here!
On Friday night Freestay band will hold a concert at True Club from 10 PM. They will sing their hits “Altfel de magie”, “Trebuia sa fii tu”,”Las-o…” and many others. The entrance requires reservation.
Also on Friday night, the improvisation show of Improvshow with Obligo band will take place at Restaurant Cabana from 9 PM.
On Saturday night, Joe Lovano, the saxophone player will hold a jazz concert at Sala Radio starting 8 PM. The event is part of the Jazz Syndicate Live Sessions. He is the winner of Grammy Award.
A premiere this Sunday is the show “Ciuleandra” from 7 PM at Lipscani theatre. It’s a show of Romanian legends brought to life through original music. The old and modern elements are combined through the actors’ play and the presence of puppeteers, as well as Romanian myths.
It’s the festivals time, so Radisson Blu Hotel will host the Gastronomy Festival “Mexico de mis sabores” between March 21 and March 26 from 6 PM. It’s for the first time when a Mexican gastronomic festival takes place in Romania, with traditional mexican food cooked by the Mexican chef Sofía Sahagún, with flavours of ingredients brought from Mexico. During the festival there will be traditional music and dance shows of the folcloric ballet Yoliztli-Widen.
On Sunday, Bucharest will mark the Purple Day, a supporting epilepsy event for those suffering from this disease. That is why the Romanian Society Against Epilepsy (SRIE) will march on bike through Bucharest, from the Romanian Athenaeum to Calea Victoriei– Piata Universitatii – Boulevard Nicolae Balcescu- Piata Romana – Piata Victoriei – Calea Victoriei – the Romanian Athenaeum, starting 10.00. More about this event, here.
Opera fans can go the play Evgheni Oneghin by Piotr Ilici Ceaikovski at Bucharest National Opera. The text book is written by Konstantin Silovski, based on the novel of Alexandr Sergheevici Puskin. The opera conductor will be Iurie Florea and the director is Ion Caramitru. The costumes are ensured by Viorica Petrovici and the backgrounds by Maria Miu, while the coreograph is Florin Fieroiu.Evgheni Oneghin is specific also to the national Russian music works. It’s the story of Oneghin, a man with regrets of rejecting the love of a woman in his youth and also of murdering his best friend in a fight.