Thu, Oct 15 | Online Event

Vlad Maistorovici's "Lockdown Symphony" at The Enescu Soirees

A momentous piece in tune with the times
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Vlad Maistorovici's "Lockdown Symphony" at The Enescu Soirees

Time & Location

Oct 15, 2020, 2:00 PM EDT
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About The Event

Our collaboration with Vibrate!, one of Romania’s most original and forward looking musical festivals, continues with a second installment featuring a first-rate group of classical musicians comprised of violinist and composer Vlad Maistorovici and pianist Diana Ionescu, the Festival’s founders, American musician Sarah Vienna, cellist Andreea Țimiraș, Adrian Vasile, principal viola of the Romanian National Opera House Orchestra in Bucharest,  pianist Ioan Dragoș Dimitriu, the director of the Brașov Philharmonic Orchestra, and guitarist Costin Soare, as well as TranSimfonia Ensemble. Alongside works by Beethoven, Schubert, and de Falla, the program features Vlad Maistorovici's "Lockdown Symphony", a momentous piece in tune with the times.  

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Program:  

Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony no. 3, op. 55, chamber arranged by F. Ries 

II. Marcia funebre: Adagio assai  

Vlad Maistorovici, violin 

Adrian Vasile, viola 

Andreea Țimiraș, cello

Ioan Dragoș Dimitriu, piano  

Manuel de Falla - "Seven Popular Spanish Songs"

3. Asturiana  

Vlad Maistorovici, violin 

Costin Soare, guitar  

Franz Schubert - "Der Wanderer", arrangement by Costin Soare  

Vlad Maistorovici, violin 

Costin Soare, guitar  

Vlad Maistorovici - "Lockdown Symphony" after "My Home Brașov" by Sarah Vienna  

Sarah Vienna, voice 

Diana Ionescu, piano 

TranSimfonia Ensemble: Andreea Vătui, percution; Ovidiu Nauncef, percuție; Steffen Schlandt, organ; Roxana Bârsan, violin 

Alexandra Enache, violoncel 

Vlad Maistorovici, conductor   

Established in 2015 by two of the most talented and intrepid Romanian classical musicians, violinist and composer Vlad Maistorovici and pianist Diana Ionescu, Vibrate! Festival's scope was to present classical music beyond conventions and to bring it closer to public. The 2020 edition, despite the many challenges created by the medical crisis will present all Beethoven's symphonies arranged in historical chamber transcriptions at 250 years since his birth. Vibrate! Festival is organized with the support of The Administration of the National Cultural Fund and The Ratiu Family Charitable Foundation.

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