Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Concert organised under the patronage of HE Dr Ion Jinga, the Ambassador of Romania to the Court of St James’s on the occasion of International Women’s Day.
The youthful ensemble, featuring the finest Romanian students at the most prestigious London schools and their equally talented peers is made of:
- Ioana Forna – violin
- Maria Gîlicel – violin
- George Paşca – cello
- Alexandru Lazăr – piano
- Francis Gallagher – viola
- Lisa Bucknell – viola
- Jamie Kenny – doublebass
The evening’s special guest is the young pianist Szőcs Botond of the Braşov Music Faculty, hailed as a “revelation” by musical pundits, who will present works by Chopin and Enescu. His appearance is supported by the Romanian Arts and Folklore Association.
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – “String Quintet” No.4 in G minor, K.516.
- George Enescu – “Aria and Scherzino”.
- Mini pinao recital by Szőcs Botond featuring works by Frederic Chopin and George Enescu.
- Gustav Mahler – “Piano Quartet” in A minor.
- Offers: Drinks reception during the interval
- Seats.: Frea seats allocated on a first come, first served basis.
- Tickets: RSVP EVENTBRITE
- Location: Romanian Cultural Institute 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH,
- When: Thursday, 5 March, 7pm