Romanian international dance sensation Inna holds first concert in home country

Newsroom 05/04/2011 | 11:47

The 24-year-old singer from Mangalia is holding her first major, open-air concert in Romania, at Arenele Romane in Bucharest, on May 17. Inna will perform together with Sensor, in a concert that will also include the likes of other known Romanian artists as Play & Win, Akcent and Alex Velea.

Behind the singer’s success is an enduring collaboration with Romanian composers from Alba Iulia, Play & Win, made up of Sebastian Barac, Radu Bolfea and Marcel Botezan, who have also written for other top Romanian artists, like Akcent, Activ, Andra and Sistem.

In the United States, after being signed by the independent Ultra Records label in 2009, Inna became the first Romanian recording artist soaring to the top of the Billboard chart, the Hot Dance Airplay section, with Hot.

Inna shot to fame in 2009, when her first single, Hot, became one of the most played songs on TV and radio channels, shortly reaching number 1 in the national Nielsen Airplay Chart and later attaining airplay in places such as Russia, Poland, Bulgaria, Serbia, Slovakia, Greece, Belgium and the Netherlands. Songs as Love, Déjà vu and Amazing are some of the singer’s best known hits. Read more about Inna here.

Inna’s concert is included in the Vodafone Best Music series of events. Tickets for the concert are available in the Eventim chain, at a unique fee of RON 80.


Corina Dumitrescu

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