Cristian Macelariu and Gabriel Croitoru concert at the Radio Hall

Newsroom 25/11/2014 | 15:11

Two globally renowned Romanian musicians, Cristian Macelariu and Gabriel Croitoru (in picture), join forces to bring Silvestri, Mozart and Mendelssohn to their audience. Conductor Cristian Macelaru left Romania at the age of 17 to study music in the USA and his career is now soaring. He is currently an associate conductor at the Philadelphia Philharmonic. Violinist Gabriel Croitoru, a soloist of the Romanian Radio Orchestras and Choirs, in 2008 won the right to play the Guarneri violin that previously belonged to George Enescu.

Tickets cost from RON 3 to RON 30 and it will take place on November 28, from 19.00.

The full program is:

ROMANIAN RADIO NATIONAL ORCHESTRA
Conducted by CRISTIAN MĂCELARU
Soloist: GABRIEL CROITORU – violin

C. Silvestri: Three pieces for string orchestra
W. A. Mozart: Concerto No. 5 in A major, KV 219
F. Mendelssohn:Symphony No. 3 in A minor Op. 56 – Scottish 

Oana Vasiliu

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