https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODqtmNziF2s Dear friends, The South-East / Central European Tour of Imago Mundi ensemble, „Isvor. Constantin Brâncuși”, has ended. Although we're talking about an apparently small tour (4 cities from 3 countries: Belgrade, Budapest, Graz, Vienna; respectively Serbia, Hungary, Austria), we have to confess: it was ...intense :) Thank You to all who supported us: The Administration of National Cultural Fund (AFCN), Romanian Cultural Institute (ICR) – through ICR Vienna branch (in partnership with The Embassy of Romania in Republic of Serbia and Honorary Consulatule at Graz), and ICR Budapest branch, Happy Tour, eBrain, EIT Forum Auto and Spandugino Press. But, beyond institutions and companies, there are the people: Mariana Pena and Marian Stoicescu, fundraisers and volunteers of ISVOR Cultural Association; Ms. Lavinia Spandonide, president of Spandugino Press; Irina Cornișteanu, manager…
First of all: Thank You for being part of our project by taking this short opinion poll, your answers are very important to us! Also, if you would like to cover more extensively one of the areas mentioned there (or to add anything else) – please, leave a comment to this article. This will help us to understand better how Romanian culture (generally) and George Enescu (particularly) is really known between artists living in Portugal. With many thanks, Imago Mundi ensemble & ISVOR Cultural Association
In order to have an idea about how well George Enescu and his music are known by professional musician and people working in the field of culture in Portugal, we would like to ask you to take part in a short opinion poll: [Form id="7"]
Imago Mundi ensemble offers a contemporary perspective on the rich Romanian musical tradition, enlivening the irresistible scores of the urban folklore of the past. In Estoril Lisbon, the ensemble will present its most recent project, entitled ‘Isvor (The Source). George Enescu’, which investigates the great composer’s indigenous sources of inspiration, the ones that give two of his best known works, the Romanian Rhapsodies, as well as many other compositions their unmistakable local flavour. With traditional melodies and rhythms reproduced on period instruments and illustrated with stunning visuals, the concert will not only offer a rare insight into Enescu’s laboratory, but a true musical discovery. Good taste, refinement, a cultured sound and professionalism are the defining qualities of the ensemble and their repertoire. Besides their specific sound, in which simplicity of…
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