World Radio Day to be celebrated under the wand of German conductor Ralf Sochaczewsky

Newsroom 12/02/2013 | 12:36

The UNESCO World Radio Day is celebrated on February 13, marking the anniversary of the first broadcast by the United Nations Radio in 1946. A concert delivered by the Radio Romania Orchestras and Choirs consisting of works by Ravel, Mozart and Rameau, under the wand of German conductor Ralf Sochaczewsky, who conducted over the years such reputed musical ensembles as London Philharmonic, Leipzig Orchestra of Musical Comedy, the Minsk Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra and the Strasbourg National Opera Orchestra will take place on the occasion.

The program begins with the “The Gallant Indies”, an orchestral suite from the eponymous opera-ballet by baroque French composer Jean-Philippe Rameau, on a musical arrangement made by conductor Ralf Sochaczewsky himself. “The gallant Indies” combines singing and dance, presenting a love story that unfolds in an unspecified exotic place.

Moreover, the Flute and Harp Concerto in C major by Mozart featuring Romanian flutist Marian Olaru of the Radio Chamber Orchestra and Ioana Nicolescu – harp, a member of the “George Enescu” Philharmonic -Bucharest, will present a very pleasant instrumental combination.

The concert starts at 19.00. More information about the event can be read here. The tickets can be bought from the Ticket Office or from

 Oana Vasiliu


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