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Re: ICR London: November 2011 events

by Ionela Flood

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From: “E-newsletter Romanian Cultural Institute London” <enewsletter@icr-london.co.uk>

Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2011 07:51:57 +0100

To: ‘Romanian Cultural Institute London'<office@icr-london.co.uk>

Subject: ICR London: November 2011 events

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* Special Offer for friends of ICR London: £15 tickets! To book visit barbican.org.uk or phone 0844 848 5211 and use code 91111. Subject to availability, for performances between 9-12 November.
    November 2011: Event Listings
 IleaAbramovich music Thu 3 Nov, 7pm
 ICR London

 Catalin Ilea & Michael Abramovich in the Enescu Concerts Series
After an original and successful opening of the 2011/2012 season with Contraste Trio, we invite you to a recital of two of the most accomplished specialists of Enescu’s music: cellist Catalin Ilea and pianist Michael Abramovich. Captivi de Craciun film Fri 4 Nov, 5.30pm
 BAFTA, London

 Iulia Rugina and her thought-provoking Stuck on ChristmasAlthough it’s not Christmas yet, director Iulia Rugina will attend the 2011 European Psychoanalytic Film Festival with her Stuck on Christmas, a film about small gestures, big stories and ordinary people.

 Lia perjovschi visualarts Fri 4 Nov – Sun 20 Nov
 James Hardiman Library, National University of Ireland

 Lia Perjovschi’s first exhibition in IrelandLia Perjovschi, one of Romania’s leading contemporary artists, opens her first exhibition in Ireland with the support of the Romanian Cultural Institute London, as part of the TULCA Art Festival in Galway. Anca Benera residency Sat 5 Nov, 2pm
 Camden Arts Centre, London

 Artist Talk: Anca BeneraOur artist-in-residence Anca Benera discusses the insidious energies of London at the Camden Arts Centre.

 Maria Raducanu music Sat 5 Nov, 8pm
 Kings Place, London

 Maria Raducanu reinterprets Romania’s musical heritage
Following her 2010 memorable performance in 1 Belgrave Square, charismatic singer Maria Raducanu is back in London with an explosive mingling of Romanian ethos and nowadays music (blues, jazz, avant-garde). aniversarea theatre Wed 9 Nov – Sat 19 Nov, 7.45pm
 Barbican Centre, London

 Romanian Theatre at its Best
Nottara Theatre from Bucharest showcases, at Barbican Centre, Vlad Massaci’s stage version of Festen by Thomas Vinterberg and Mogens Rukov. The production is a sample of world class directing and performance and marks the come back of the Romanian theatre on the London stage after more than 13 years of absence. Vlad Massaci talks Mon 14 Nov, 9.30pm
 Barbican Centre, London

 Festen Post Show Talk with director Vlad Massaci
Director Vlad Massaci will explain why truth needs to be repeated over and over again in order to be taken into consideration, in life as well as on stage. Meet him in conversation with John O’Mahony, Guardian journalist, and Anca Ionita, theatre critic and editor in chief of Time Out Bucharest. Vasile Garnet literature Thu 17 Nov, 7pm
 ICR London

 Poetic Voices in Conversation: Vasile Garnet and Mario Petrucci
Vasile Garnet will conclude the 2011 series Contemporary Romanian Poets organised in partnership with Poet in the City. Mario Petrucci will join the Romanian poet as special guest.

 Lucian Ban music Sun 20 Nov, 7.45pm
 Southbank Centre, London

 Lucian Ban and his fabulous octet invited to perform at London Jazz Festival
Acclaimed pianist Lucian Ban, accompanied by an exceptional group of musicians, will perform Enescu Re-Imagined at London Jazz Festival. Contest film Thu 24 Nov, 7pm
 ICR London

 The Contest by Dan Pita @ Romanian Cinematheque
We invite you to the screening of Dan Pita’s iconic film The Contest, which tells the story of an outdoor competition that gradually turns into a perilous expedition through the labyrinths of conscience. Anca Benera1 visual arts Wed 30 Nov-Sun 4 Dec
 Camden Arts Centre, London

 Anca Benera presents new works and scenarios inspired by London’s unseen stories
Join us for the opening of an exhibition of works made during Anca Benera’s joint residency at Camden Arts Centre and the Romanian Cultural Institute.
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