The Romanian Cultural Institute in London and the Romanian Embassy in the UK are hosting a special celebration of the extraordinary contribution of the Romanian community in the UK in the fight against the pandemic.
The special concert on Thursday 4th June will be played live in 1 Belgrave Square in front of a Wall of Goodwill consisting of pictures of Romanian frontline workers (health and social care, education and childcare, food and goods provisions, public safety, transport, utilities etc), a powerful visual reminder of the positive impact the Romanian community has on the British society.
The programme proposed by violist Sascha Bota and pianist Cameron Roberts had been scheduled to be performed at the beginning of March in front of an audience of 200 as part of the Romanian Cultural Institute’s acclaimed George Enescu series of chamber music, before it had to be cancelled. The rescheduled concert will be broadcasted live to a potential audience of 100,000 viewers on the social media channels of the Romanian Cultural Institute in London, the Romanian Embassy in the UK and numerous organisations of the Romanian community.
The organisers also like to offer an experience emotionally similar to attending a concert in person and have made provisions for some members of the public to be able to reward the musicians with applauses and socialise after the concert on Zoom.
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For more details please contact the organisers.