On Saturday, May 10, the courtyard of the National Museum of History of Moldova will host the second edition of the event „ Moldova has art ”, dedicated to promoting the country’s cultural treasure. This year, the theme of the event will be „ Chișinău has art ”, the project being supported by the Chișinău City Hall.
For the second consecutive year, renowned figures from the field of arts, as well as talented young individuals who are at the beginning of their journey and need our support, will step onto the same stage.
The Symphony Orchestra of the National Philharmonic „ Sergei Lunchevici ” will ensure an unforgettable evening, along with: Mihail Munteanu, Constantin Moscovici, Cristina Scarlat, Anna Odobescu, Marian Stîrcea, Maria Arpenti, Victoria Nichitchenko, Tatiana Costiuc, Elena Demirdjean Petru Pogor, Eduard Musteață, Olesea Shevchenko, Corala „ Vocile primăverii ” and others.
The audience will be delighted by the talented young individuals from various artistic institutions in the capital, including the Academy of Music, Theater, and Fine Arts, the “Alexei Stârcea” School of Arts, and the Republican Music High School “Ciprian Porumbescu”.
Participants will admire and have the opportunity to acquire the works of painters such as Iurie Matei, Galina Vieru, Ion Carchelan, Inga Edu, Olivia Furtună Efremov, Iulia Carchelan, Serghei Cliuchnicoff, Yuliana Kilchevschi, Cristina Balan, Victor Crețu, Nicoleta Stati, Olesea Muntean, as well as the works of sculptors Veaceslav Jiglițchi, Tatiana Bazarova, Sergiu Josu, and other renowned and talented emerging artists.