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Fwd: Calendar of events | April 2017 

by Ionela Flood

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From: Romanian Cultural Institute in London office@icr-london.co.uk
Date: 30 March 2017 at 21:21:37 BST
To: ionelaflood@gmail.com
Subject: Calendar of events | April 2017
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‘THE STUDIO: A TIRELESS, ONGOING SPACE’. THE GETA BRĂTESCU RETROSPECTIVE IN LONDONVisionary artist Geta Brătescu (b. 1926), a pivotal figure in the history of post-war Romanian art and Romania’s representative for this year’s Venice Biennale, is celebrated at the Camden Arts Centre with a major exhibition that spans a lifetime of creation through media as diverse as performance, textiles, collage, print-making, installation and film. Private view: 6 April, 6.30pm. MORE
7 Apr-18 June
Camden Arts Centre London


PASCAL BENTOIU: A LONDON HOMAGERevolving around the fascinating personality of legendary composer, musicologist and educator, this celebratory, one-month programme recalls the genius of Pascal Bentoiu, who passed away at the age of 88 last year, through two concerts complemented by an exhibition and a talk. MORE
7 Apr, 7pm

RCI London


MEMORY AND LOSS: ‘ASHES AFAR’ AT RCI’S THEATRICAL SPACEWe are thrilled to continue our theatrical programme with the revelation of 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Andreea Borţun’s ‘Ashes Afar’ directed by rising star director Bobi Pricop and produced by the Irish-Romanian company Vanner Collective. MORE
12 Apr, 7pm
RCI London


TEODOR ILINCĂI, THE ROYAL OPERA STAR, IN RECITAL AT 1 BELGRAVE SQUAREOur ground-breaking partnership with The Royal Opera House continues with an event dedicated to Romanian tenor Teodor Illincăi who stars as Pinkerton in the Covent Garden’s delightful ‘Madama Butterfly’. Prepare for a memorable event of singing and conversation.  MORE
21 Apr, 7pm
RCI London


DOCUMENTS OF YOUTH: TEENAGE DRAMA ‘THE WORLD IS MINE’ AT THE ROMANIAN CINEMATHEQUEWe are excited to host, at our Cinematheque, one of the most praised debuts of the last years, Nicolae Constantin Tănase’s disturbing, pessimistic ‘The World is Mine’. The intensity of the performances, the documentary-like realism and the relevance of the topic make it one of the most poignant films about growing up in the turbulent peripheries of Romanian big cities in recent times.  MORE
26 Apr, 7pm
RCI London


OBERON ORCHESTRA CLOSES ‘BENTOIU MONTH’ IN LONDONThe Pascal Bentoiu celebratory month concludes with a showcase of his fantastic orchestral skills, celebrated at St James’s Church with the UK premiere of Enescu’s Symphony No. 4 in E minor (completed by Bentoiu) in the interpretation of Oberon Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Samuel Draper. Also in the programme: Mahler, Bartók and Schubert. MORE
29 Apr, 7pm
St James’s Church, Sussex Gardens, London


2 Apr | Leicester Square Theatre, London: ‘Fata din curcubeu’ by Lia Bugnar
13-25 Apr | Royal Opera House: Teodor Ilincăi in ‘Madama Butterfly’
throughout April | various cinemas: Graduation (Bacalaureat) by Cristian Mungiu in UK cinemas

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