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Photo exhibition: "Between God and My People"
On the occasion of the National Day of Romania, "Holy Trinity" Romanian Orthodox Church of Philadelphia, PA presents the exhibition “Between God and My People” featuring photographer Bujor Burlacu’s stances of monasteries and people from Oltenia, a picturesque Sothern region of Romania.

SUN, November 30 2008, 1 pm
(thru December 30)
"HOLY TRINITY" ROMANIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH
723 N Bodine St
Philadelphia, PA

Carmen Firan - Reading at Cornelia St Cafe
The latest book by Carmen Firan, WORDS & FLESH, will be the focus of a book party and reading event hosted by Cornelia Street Cafe.

SUN, December 21 2008, 6 pm
CORNELIA STREET CAFE
29 Cornelia Street, NYC 10014
Admission $7 
Chekhov Festival at the "Lee Strasberg" Theatre & Film Institute presents Romanian Director Alexa Visarion
This December, Romanian Theatre and Film Director Alexa Visarion was invited to work with American students from the Acting Department of the prestigious "Lee Strasberg" Theatre & Film Institute. On December 11-13, they will present "Chekhov Love Scenes" in the framework of the "Chekhov Festival in NYC", organized by the "Lee Strasberg" Theatre & Film Institute.

December 11-13, 2008
LEE STRASBERG THEATRE & FILM INSTITUTE
115 Lee Strasberg Way (East 15th Street)
New York, NY 10003

More informations and tickets reservations here

EMINESCU: An engaging live recital with Adrian G. Sahlean & his award-winning translations

Occasioned by the National Day of Romania, the tour includes presentations at Arizona State University, Portland State University and Sacramento Romanian Cultural Center. The tour is followed by a presentation at the “Casa Romana” near San Francisco of ‘The Merry Cemetery of Sapanta ’- a recently published album featuring photographs by Peter Kayafas, epitaph translations by A. G. Sahlean and a study by Brown University scholar Sanda Golopentia.


TUE, Dec 2 2008, 11 am- 12 pm
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
Tempe Center, TMPCT 158, Tempe, AZ

THU, Dec 4 2008, 7:30-8:30 pm
PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY
Smith Building, Rooms 327/8/9
1825 SW Broadway, Portland OR 97207

SAT, Dec 6 2008, 7:30-8:30 pm
ROMANIAN CULTURAL CENTER, SACRAMENTO
20th Street Art Gallery, 911 20th ST
Sacramento, CA 95811

SUN, Dec 7 2008, 1:30-2:30 pm
CASA ROMANA
26050 Kay Ave, Hayward, CA. 94545

Romanian National Day Celebration at Princeton University
Organized by the Princeton Romanian Students & Scholars Association, the evening will include a solo piano recital by young musician Matei Varga.

FRI, December 5 2008, 7-10 pm
MATHEY COLLEGE COMMON ROOM
University of Princeton, PA
RSVP: rssa@princeton.edu

Romanian National Day Celebration at Columbia University, NY
With RCINY support, Sam Newsome and Lucian Ban ensemble will perform the "Romanian-American Jazz Suite" at the Romanian National Day Celebration organized by the Romanian Club @ Columbia University.

SUN, November 23 2008, 6:30-9 pm
PARTY SPACE @ LERNER HALL
Columbia University, NY
RSVP: romania@columbia.edu
FlipFest! presented by CEC ArtsLink
One of the most important supporters of Central/Eastern European - US cultural exchanges, CEC Artslink is organising an evening of wildly diverse, cutting-edge contemporary theater, dance, music, spoken word, and post-genre performance. Joining the other performers of the festival, Lucian Ban and Sam Newsome will present the Romanian-American Jazz Suite.

SAT, November 22 2008, 7 - 11 pm
ANGEL ORENSANZ FOUNDATION
172 Norfolk Street (1 block south of Houston)
Lower East Side, NYC
Exchange at Cafe Mimosa, by Oana-Maria Cajal
Oana-Maria Cajal's play "Exchange at Cafe Mimosa" is staged by Casey Grimm at Mercury Players Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin. This seriously weird comedy explores the elaborate rituals of sex and marriage, subjected to a culture clash between people, reptiles, and a parrot.

October 31 - November 15, 2008
MERCURY PLAYERS THEATRE at BARTELL THEATRE
113 E Mifflin St., Madison, WI

 

Last chance to hear the "delightful" Romanian-American Jazz Suite in NYC
Just returned from a successful 11 day / 8 countries European tour promoting their latest album Sam Newsome & Lucian Ban Ensemble (Sam Newsome, sop sax & compositions; Lucian Ban, piano & compositions; Alex Harding, bari sax & bass cl; Michael Bates, bass and Willard Dyson, drums) will present live at Cornelia Café the acclaimed “ Romanian-American Jazz Suite”.

SAT, November 15 2008, 8:30 pm & 10:30 pm
CORNELIA STREET CAFE
29 Cornelia Street, NYC 10014
The Death of Mr. Lazarescu: Free screening at the Romanian Club @ Columbia University
Romanian Club @ Columbia University invites you to the screening of the film "The Death of Mister Lazarescu", recipient of the Un Certain Regard Award at the Cannes Film Festival 2005 and of the Silver Hugo at Chicago Film Festival 2005.

SAT, November 15 2008, from 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Satow Room, Alfred Lerner Hall
2920 Broadway, NYC

Free tickets reservations here.
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