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MUSIC

31 July, 1pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
Free

REBECA OMORDIA - JULY PIANIST OF THE WORLD AT SMITF

At the end of July, we're back in St Martin-in-the-Fields' most popular concert series, 'Pianists of the World', with a recital offered by the remarkably gifted young pianist Rebeca Omordia. The programme features works by Sergei Rachmaninoff, Maurice Ravel, John Ireland and Paul Constantinescu. more

THEATRE

6-17 August
New Town Theatre, Edinburgh
Tickets

HITCHCOCK REVISITED

An alert, suspenseful crossover between theatre and film, the Romanian version of '39 Steps', Hitchcock's espionage thriller and one of West End's most enduring successes, will be presented in the Edinburgh Fringe by the famed Teatrul Foarte Mic of Bucharest as part of the Romanian artistic contingent showcasing in Britain's summer cultural capital. more

THEATRE

7-29 August
Greenside @ Infirmary Street, Edinburgh
Tickets

IN THE ASHES OF OBLIVION: THE ROMANIAN-IRISH VANNER COLLECTIVE AT EDINBURGH FRINGE

One of our theatrical presences on the Edinburgh festival scene this summer is the Romanian-Irish dramatic exploration of the often traumatic impact immigration has on one's identity and memory. The show, entitled 'Ashes Afar: Go Home', tackles the vagaries of displacement in a comedic key. more

MUSIC

11 August, 1pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
Free

 

MIDSUMMER INDULGENCE AT ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS

Cellist Teodor Rusu and pianist Paul Cartianu, two of the most eulogised performers of the young generation, render a midsummer musical delight to soundtrack the careless adrift of a London August afternoon. The Salzburg-based Romanian duo's programme peaks with Bartók's energetic Romanian dances after a virtuosic detour through Beethoven, Mozart and Brahms. more

MUSIC

12 August, 11am
Queen's Hall, Edinburgh
Tickets

 

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