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Luiza Borac at "Gina Bachauer International Piano Festival", Salt Lake City
This February, Romanian pianist Luiza Borac will perform three Solo Recitals during the "Gina Bachauer International Piano Festival", Salt Lake City, UT.

TUE, February 10, 2009, 7:30 pm
Jeanne Wagner Performing Centre

WED, February 11 & SAT, February 14, 2009, 7:30 pm
Waterford School Concert Hall

Romanian Designer Catalin Botezatu Returns to New York's Couture Fashion Week
Award-winning fashion designer Catalin Botezatu of Romania returns to New York's Couture Fashion Week with the presentation of his most recent collection of innovative creations on FRI, February 13. The much anticipated fashion show will be held at the Waldorf-Astoria in NYC.

FRI, February 13, 2009, 8:30 pm
NEW YORK COUTURE FASHION WEEK
Waldorf-Astoria
Starlight Roof (18th floor)
301 Park Avenue, NYC

Alex Rotaru's "They Came to Play" presented in NYC
The Van Cliburn Foundation and Rockefeller University present on February 11 the premiere of the documentary They Came to Play, by Romanian director Alex Rotaru. A second screening will take place on February 12 at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater.

WED, February 11, 2009, 7 pm
ROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY, CASPARY AUDITORIUM
1230 York Ave at 66th Street, NYC
Admission free

THU, February 12, 2009, 7 pm
WALTER READE THEATER, at Lincoln Center
Admission $10
RSVP required here

Against All Odds
With RCINY support, SLAG Gallery presents "Against All Odds", an 11-artist group show featuring two new generations from Romania: George Anghelescu, Irina Broboana, Suzana Dan, Gheorghe Fikl, Mihai Florea, Ioana Gorzo, Dumitru Gorzo, Aneli Munteanu, Bogdan Rata, Mircea Suciu, and Roman Tolici.

THU, November 20, 2009, 6-8 pm, 2008
(thru February 7, 2009)
SLAG GALLERY
548 West 28th Street, 2nd fl., NYC

Exhibition catalogue available online here.
Paul Negoescu's "A Short Ride" selected at Slamdance Film Festival
"A Short Ride” (Scurtă plimbare cu maşina), directed by Paul Negoescu, was one of the only two European short films selected in the narrative/experimental competition of the 15th edition of Slamdance Film Festival,  running concurrently with the Sundance Film Festival. Young filmmaker Paul Negoescu has previously directed "Exam" (Examen), presented at the 2007 Romanian Film Festival in NYC.

MON, January 19, 2009, 3:30 pm & THU, January 22, 2009, 6 pm
MAIN SCREENING ROOM
Slamdance Film Festival
Park City, Utah

Adrian Sitaru's "Hooked" Premiered & Awarded at PSIFF
The debut feature by Romanian director Adrian Sitaru – already acclaimed for his short films (among which "Waves", presented at 2008 Sundance Festival) – will have its American premiere at Palm Springs International Film Festival.

FRI, Jan 9, 2009, 12:30 pm, MON, Jan 12, 7 pm & MON, Jan 19, 2009
PALM SPRINGS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Palm Springs, CA

Tickets information here &
here: Best of fest

HOOKED awarded at 2009 PSIFF

More "vibrant interpretations" of Romanian Gypsy songs with Sanda Weigl & The Band @ Joe's Pub
Since relocating to New York in the early nineties, Sanda has performed her singular renditions to critical acclaim throughout the United States, Mexico, Poland, Germany, Austria, and an especially triumphant series of concerts in her native Romania. Before a US tour in Spring 2009, Sanda and The Band (Shoko Nagai - piano, accordion, arrangements; Ben Stapp -  tuba; Satoshi Takeishi - percussion) return to Joe's Pub after their sold out show in October 2008.

THU, January 8, 2009, 7:30 pm
JOE'S PUB
425 Lafayette Street, NYC

Tickets information here

Romanian Cultural Dimensions: Contemporary Icons and Tapestry by Ofelia Armasu and Oana Comsa exhibited at the Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec, Canada
M.A.V.A. Association (La  Marche à l’amour, à la vie et à l’amitié) and Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec present the exhibition Romanian Cultural Dimensions. The exhibition will be inaugurated by HE Ms. Elena Stefoi, Ambassador of Romania to Canada.

FRI, November 14 2008, 6 pm
(thru January 11, 2009)
MUSEE DES MAITRES ET DES ARTISANS DU QUEBEC
615, avenue Sainte-Croix
Arrondissement Saint-Laurent à Montréal (Métro Du Collège)

GIMPEL TAM: A New Musical written & directed by Moshe Yassur
The National Iddish Theatre presents the American Premiere of a New Musical based on the short story by Isaac Bashevis Singer, written and directed by Moshe Yassur, music by Radu Captari, musical director Zalmen Mlotek.

Nov 23 - Dec 28, 2008
NATIONAL IDDISH THEATRE
135 West 29th Street, # 504, New York, NY 10001
212-213-2120

"Caedonia" Chamber Choir on US Tour
Celebrating its 40th anniversary, "Caedonia" Chamber Choir (Sibiu) will be performing in different venues in New York and Washington DC, including the Romanian Embassy and the White House.

December 14-29, 2008
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