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30 Septembrie 2018
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Prestigious orchestras belonging to leading broadcasting companies, internationally renowned soloists and conductors will perform in Bucharest on 18-25 November.

RadiRo: International Festival of Radio Orchestras Bucharest 18-25 November


  Photo: Alexandru Dolea

Prestigious orchestras belonging to leading broadcasting companies, internationally renowned soloists and conductors will perform in Bucharest on 18-25 November, for the 4th edition of RadiRo – the only festival dedicated to radio orchestras in Europe and across the world, an event produced and organized by Radio Romania.

Eight symphony concerts will take place at the Romanian Radio Hall and, a premiere at the current edition, four jazz concerts are scheduled at the MNAR Auditorium Hall (Romanian National Museum of Art).

Organized every two years (so as to alternate with the George Enescu International Festival) since 2012, RadiRo has brought in front of the Romanian audience leading radio orchestras from Europe and Asia.

The 4th RadiRo Festival will bring to Bucharest European prestigious orchestras, which belong to some of the leading European broadcasting companies: BBC Philharmonic Orchestra (UK), MDR Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra, RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana, alongside the host of the event, the Romanian Radio National Orchestra.

Jazz series will be performed by radio big bands from Denmark, Croatia and Romania. Top guest musician of the jazz concerts series will be Aura Urziceanu, who will return to Romania especially for this event, to perform with the Romanian Radio Big Band.

Internationally acclaimed conductors and soloists will perform at RadiRo 2018: conductors Vladimir Ashkenazy and Nathalie Stutzmann, pianists Mihai Ritivoiu – winner of the George Enescu International Competition, David Fray and Javier Perianes, cellist Andrei Ioniță – a star of the new generation, winner of the Grand Prize at the International Tchaikovsky Competition (Moscow).

Subscriptions went on sale as of Wednesday, September 26th. Starting from Wednesday, October 3rd, individual tickets will be put on sale as well. Subscriptions are available only for the symphony concerts at the Romanian Radio Hall. For the jazz concerts scheduled at the Auditorium Hall, MNAR, there will be only individual tickets available. Tickets and subscriptions can be purchased online on, as well as at the Romanian Post offices, in the Inmedio stores bearing the logo, as well as at the Romanian Radio Box Office.

This 4th edition of the RadiRo Festival is intended to highlight two major events of the year – celebration of the 90th anniversary of Radio Romania (November 1st), and Romania’s Centenary (100 years since the Great Union).

All concerts performed during the Festival will be broadcast live by Radio Romania, recorded and broadcast later by the Romanian Television. Concerts will be taken over and broadcast by the radio members of the European Broadcasting Union.

Producer: Radio România           

Co-producer: The Romanian Government, through the Romanian Ministry of Culture

Artistic co-production: TVR

Organizer : Artexim

Institutional partners: MNAR (The National Museum of Art of Romania) and Bucharest Municipality

Official transporter: Dacia

With the support of: British Council, Goethe Institut, Institut Français, Instituto Cervantes, Librăriile Humanitas, Blitz TV

Media partners: Radio România Muzical, Radio România Cultural, Cariere, Adevărul, Dilema Veche, Unica, Avantaje, TV Mania, Psychologies,



Etichete Festivalul Internațional al Orchestrelor RadioRadiRo 2018

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