A list of events for an unforgettable end of July

It’s the end of July, and that means we don’t have much time left to enjoy the beautiful weather outside and the multitude of events organized both outdoors and indoors at our most beloved cultural venues.

Whether you’re on vacation, vacationing, or working, we encourage you to find time to change the routine and make the most out of the summer evenings. Diez.md prepared a list of events that will take place in the last week of July.

Premiere of the documentary film “Flight”

On Monday, July 25, at 6:30 p.m., you are expected at the Eugene Ionescu National Theatre, at the premiere of the documentary film “Flight”, dedicated to Vladimir Beșleagă.

“Vladimir Beșleăgă is the most important prose writer of the 20th century, more important because he is modern, more technical and more complex than Ion Druta or any other writer of our eastern province.” (Ion Simuț)

Vladimir Beșleagă is a prominent name for Romanian culture. Vladimir Beșleăgă will soon turn 91. Almost a century. He is the witness of all the changes that this country has seen. He was born in interwar Romania, survived war and famine, lived his youth in the Soviet period, caught the democratic changes and independence of the 90s.

This film was made with CNC support. Entry is free.

SUBCARPATI and the Osoianu Sisters

For a sensational experience and a combination of old and new, folklore and underground, rural and urban, come on July 29, starting at 8:00 p.m., at the Botanical Garden, with Subcarpathians and the Osoianu Sisters, in an incredible LIVE concert.

The ticket price is 290 lei, and on the day of the event – 400 lei. Children up to seven years old have free access. Access to the event will be allowed starting at 6:30 p.m.

Tickets can be purchased at the link here, and for more details about the event, access the link attached here.

The ZACS show

“ZACS” – A grotesque comedy with diverse and humorous situations. A bride who waits and a bridegroom who does not come. “ZACS” is a reflection of the society of the ’90s with reverberations today. A spectrum of classic family relationships, in which we find ourselves in the mirror. 21 characters in a bridal frenzy.

The price of tickets varies between 250 and 300 lei and can be ordered on iTicket or reserved at the number: 0691 32 746. Tickets reserved by phone must be picked up from the theater’s box office within 24 hours.

Director: Daniela Burlaca;
Actors: Cristina Trînbaci, Nicu Țurcanu, Cristian Perepeliuc, Victoria Botnar, Mihai Bordian, Viorel Cozma, Iurie Gologan, Milissa – Alexandrina Gologan, Veronica Odagiu.

Classical Music Evening at Digital Park

On Wednesday, July 27, Digital Park will host an extraordinary concert: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 “Ode to Joy” with orchestra, choir and solists.

The text of the symphony from the poem “Ode to Joy”, written by Friedrich Schiller, mentions two important aspects that are the basis of the creation of the “United Orchestra: Moldova, Romania, Ukraine, Europe” project:

The fourth part of the symphony is the Anthem of the European Union and represents, musically, the strongest message of peace and solidarity.

Conductor: Gabriel Bebeșelea (principal conductor of the Cluj and Bucharest Philharmonic)
Soloists: Ana Cernicova, Lilia Istratii, Dumitru Mîțu, Sergiu Garabajii
Choir of the Vinnytsia Philharmonic (Ukraine).

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