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FILM
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1 December, 4pm
Barbican Cinema, London
Tickets: www.barbican.org.uk

The First Ever Romanian Film premieres at the Barbican

Join us in a celebration of the National Day of Romania with an exceptional screening of The War for Independence (1912) presented for the first time in the Barbican's Silent Film series. With live music by American composer and pianist Lola Perrin. more

MUSIC

5 December, 7pm
ICR London
Free

Opera Star Anita Hartig Sings for The National Day of Romania

Gala Recital for the National Day of Romania with Romanian soprano Anita Hartig, Wiener Staatsoper star, and pianist Mats Knutsson. Organised in partnership with the Romanian Embassy in the UK and part of the Enescu Concerts Series. more

VISUAL ARTS
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6 December, 6-10pm
Casts Court, V&A Museum
Free

Trajan 1900: Light & Sound Projection on the Famous Column

The V&A's cast of Trajan's Column is brought to life in a spectacular light & sound show by innovative  artists Dreamrec and Rochite. The show is preceded by a short film about the history of the column narrated by renowned broadcaster Dan Snow. more

THEATRE
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8 December, 8pm
The Cockpit Theatre, London
Sold out.

Great Thespian Oana Pellea in The Human Voice

We end this year’s hugely successful series Tales Told in Romanian with another exquisite production: Jean Cocteau’s touching one-woman show The Human Voice, starring great actress Oana Pellea, directed by legendary drama professor Sanda Manu. more

MUSIC
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10 December, 1pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
Free

A Musical Winter in Trafalgar Square

A special concert performed by some of the most talented emerging musicians in London. Radu Ropotan, Ioana Forna, George White, Raphael Lang and Alexandra Văduva will engage in an exuberant musical dialogue offering a rich and ardent interpretation of major works by Enescu and Dvořák. more

MUSIC
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12 December, 7pm
ICR London
Free

Inspired by… Britten

Our series of musical events continues with a concert that celebrates the personality and work of the great composer, pianist and conductor Benjamin Britten, 100 years after his birth. Mercury Quartet presents an original interpretation of representative works by the most celebrated British classical musician of the 20th century. more

BOOK LAUNCH & FILM
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16 December, 7pm
ICR London
Free

Repression and Exile, Remembering the Fall of Communism

On the night of 16 Dec 1989, Romanian history was written in blood as the first protests against the dictatorial regime broke out in Timişoara. We remember the Revolution of 1989 with a conversation with Mariana Gordan about her autobiographical book State Property, followed by Stere Gulea’s disturbing film Fox-Hunter. more

MUSIC
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31 December, 1pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
Free

Music Tops Up Our 2013

Right on its last day, we end a year full of concerts, film screenings, book launching and exhibitions with a recital of contemporary classical music offered by accomplished pianist and composer Mihai Măniceanu. The programme features works by some of the most popular Romanian composers. more

VISUAL ARTS
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ONGOING
Until 17 January 2014
ICR London
Free

Trajan 1900. Dacian Wars Brought to Life in 3D Vision

We continue the 3D photography exhibition by architect Matei Filip, portraying the dramatic narrative of the great Trajan’s conquest of Dacia. A partnership with the National Museum of Romanian History, the exhibition presents 125 scenes from the cast of the Column in Bucharest, offering a fresh perspective on the amazing story and sculptural detail of the timeless monument. more

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Also on the radar:

3 DEC | Green Note, London: Monooka's Caravan
8-15 DEC | London: Romanian musicians at the Highgate International Chamber Music Festival

Wild Carpathia Documentary Series, 3 Part Box Set available on Amazon

 
 

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