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Tiberius String Quartet - USA debut tour
The Tiberius String Quartet from Romania will make its first American concert tour in late September/October. Formed in 1994 at the Academy of Music in Cluj, the musicians have been coached and mentored by some of the most respected names in the world of chamber music, including Sándor Devich (Bartók Qt.), Norbert Brainin and Martin Lovett (Amadeus Qt.) and Jerry Horner (Fine Arts Qt.).

28 Wilmington, NC 
30 Ironton, OH
1 Charleston, WV
2 Oak Ridge, TN
3 Macon, GA
4 Americus, GA
5 Atlanta, GA
6 Demorest, GA
9 Tampa, FL (with pianist Grigorios Zamparas)
10 Lake City, FL
12 Dayton, OH
13 Detroit, MI
14 Port Clinton, OH
16 Bloomington, IN

Two Romanian Films at Chicago International Film Festival
The 47th Chicago International Film Festival is featuring two Romanian Films: Best Intentions, directed by Adrian Sitaru (Main Competition), and Loverboy, directed by Catalin Mitulescu (World Cinema).

Showtimes for Best Intentions
THU, Oct 13, 8.10pm
FRI, Oct 14, 5.50pm
SUN, Oct 16, 12.20pm
Purchase tickets online

AMC River East 21
322 E Illinois St.
Chicago, IL 60610

Showtimes for Loverboy
SUN, Oct 9, 1.50pm
FRI, Oct 14, 4.00pm
SAT, Oct 15, 11.50am
Purchase tickets online 

Sanda Weigl will be accompanied by a trio of Japanese musical magicians who bring a New York edge to Romanian gypsy melodies and deliver an inescapable fascination for the listener.

THU, Oct. 6, 10 pm
BARBES Brooklyn
376  9th St & 6 Ave
7 train to 7th Ave Brklyn
Theatre and the Holocaust in Romania: The Journals of Mihail Sebastian, Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington D.C.
Romania officially condemned her involvement in the European Holocaust following the Elie Wiesel Commission Report of 2004. A first-person account of the being Jewish in Bucharest under fascist dictatorship is given by playwright and novelist, Mihail Sebastian, in his diary. Adapted for the stage by David Auburn in 2004, Sebastian comes to life in this one-man show based on his journal.

TUE, September 27, 2011
4-6 pm
Woodrow Wilson Center
One Woodrow Wilson Plaza
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington DC 20004-3027

Free admission

More information here

Something Cloudy, Something Clear, directed by Cosmin Chivu @ Tennessee Williams Festival, Provincetown
Something Cloudy, Something Clear, directed by Cosmin Chivu, is presented by the Tennessee Williams Festival in Provincetown, September 22-25, 2011.

THU, September 22, 3:00 - 4:45
FRI, September 23, 3:00 - 4:45 
SAT, September 24, 3:00 - 4:45
SUN, September 25, 1:00 - 2:45
Julie Heller Beach Tent
2 Gosnold Street
Provincetown, MA 02657

Buy tickets here

Tamas Dezso: The Dignity of Isolation, NYC
On August 2nd, Tamas Dezso's captivating photos of rural Romania will be exhibited at The Half King. From 2003-2007, Dezso documented Romania's villages as the countrie's impending EU membership came closer. Motivated by the "romantic and naive idea" of showing Hungarians how Romanians live (Dezso is Hungarian), Dezso made over ten trips during his five-year project.

August 2 - September 25, 2011
Artist's Reception: TUE, August 2
7:30 pm
The Half King
505 West 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011

Gabriela Rusu @ Parlor Gallery, NJ
Gabriela Rusu's Painting as an Internal Self-Portrait is the echo of a Romanian cultural space, one composed by fragments and disparate elements that are in creative resonance.  The artist is the only protagonist in this space, creating effects through her gestures.

Reception and Exhibition
TUE, Sept 20, 6:30-9:30pm
Parlor Gallery
717 Cookman Avenue
Asbury Park, NJ 07712
(732) 869-0606

ALL SEEDS & BLUES @ Cornelia Street Cafe

WordTech Poetry Reading at the Cornelia Street Café. Readers include: Michele F. Cooper, Stella Vinitchi Radulescu, and Alexandra van der Kamp.

SUN, September 25, 6 pm
Cornelia Street Cafe
29 Cornelia Street
($7 includes drink)
Small Cinemas in Transition @ SUNY, Oswego
Small Cinemas in Transition was established in 2010 as an annual international conference dedicated to national and small nation's film productions. The second year brings it to the State University of New York at Oswego; hosts: Rodica Ieta, Lenutsa Giukin, Bennet Schaber.

September 16-18, 2011
State University of New York, Oswego
Henry V by The Classical Theatre of Harlem
Explore the brutally thoughtful, fiercely funny, belligerent diplomacy of King Henry V with The Classical Theatre of Harlem. The set is designed by Anka Lupes.

Through September 4th
Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial & Educational Center
3940 Broadway, at 165th Street, Washington Heights

Buy tickets here

August 27-29
East River Park Amphitheater
Grand Street and Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive, Lower East Side
Free admission

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