Bucharest, a living city having a rich and cultural tradition and of which we’re proud of, is the host of numerous and renowned festivals, concerts and shows. Monday, December 30 2013, our city is ready to welcome you to the first edition of the extraordinary concert of Salut CULTURA!, the season of concerts produced by Bucharest Symphony. The event will take place at “Mihail Jora” Concert Hall of the Romanian Radio Broadcast Society, starting with 7pm.
Bucharest Symphony Orchestra invites you to join the party and to attend to a memorable evening. You’ll have the chance to listen best classical music hits, exclusively. Curated carefully, the program features a special selection of pieces written by rewnoned composers: Ceaikovski, Brahms, Rossini, Khachaturian, Ivanovici, Prokofiev și Wagner.
For the celebration of the end of the year, you’ll listen the most popular Hungarian Dances by Johannes Brahms, as well as the famous 3rd movement from the Symphony no. 3, the theme featured in the “Do you like Brahms?” movie. For the waltz lovers, the concert will feature two pieces – part of the traditional universal repertory – from “Nutcracker” ballet and “Evgheni Oneghin” opera by Tchaikovski. Of the same caliber, are the Walts from the Second Jazz Suite by Schostakovich and the Adagio from the “Spartacus” ballet by the Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian.
The final musical fireworks will be fired on by the “Ride Of The Walkyrias” – a moment where the musicians and the audience will enjoy the Richard Wagner’ music while celebrating the 200th anniversary of his birth.
J. Strauss – Ouverture from ”Fledermaus” Operetta
P. I. Tchaikovski – Waltz of the Flowers ”Nutcraker”
P. I. Tchaikovski – Waltz from “Evgheni Oneghin” Opera
G. Rossini – Ouverutre from “Thieving Magpie”
J. Brahms – Third Movement from Symphony no. 3/Do You Like Brahms?
J. Brahms – Hungarian Dances no. 1 & 5
D. Schostakovich – Waltz from the Jazz Suite no. 2
J. Sibelius – Valse triste
M. de Falla – Ritual Dance of Fire
I. Ivanovici – Danube Waves
A. Khachaturian – Adagio from “Spartacus” ballet
A. Khachaturian – Walts from the “Masquerade” Suite
S. Prokofiev – “Montague & Capulet” from “Romeo & Juliet” Suite
R. Wagner – Ride Of The Walkyrias