Don't Miss 2012
Tue, December 11 , 2012
Evening Readings @ Queens College
December 10 - December 10 , 2012
Polish and Romanian Carols
Mon, December 10 , 2012
Moshe Yassur on Yiddish Theatre
November 25 - December 1 , 2012
Djuvara and Plesu published in Canada
Tue, October 30 , 2012
Norman Manea and Claudio Magris
October 10 - October 12 , 2012
Romanian play in Washington Heights
October 5 - October 14 , 2012
Matei Varga performs Chopin
October 1 - October 11 , 2012
Mungiu's BEYOND THE HILLS at NYFF
Thu, September 27 , 2012
Cristian Nemescu: Short Films
Tue, September 25 , 2012
Sanda Weigl concert at Joe's Pub
September 15 - December 31 , 2012
Romanian Artists @ SFMOMA
Sat, September 1 , 2012
Vladimir Tismaneanu The Devil in History
August 31 - September 2 , 2012
The Death of Mr. Lazarescu back in NYC
July 6 - July 8 , 2012
4th Romanian Film Fest in Chicago
June 23 - August 20 , 2012
Vlad Agachi residency @ Tanglewood Music
Tue, June 19 , 2012
Norman Manea at National Arts Club
May 31 - July 27 , 2012
Works by Romanian artists@Lombard Fried
May 18 - May 26 , 2012
Sorescu: Jonah Interrupted in Buffalo
Tue, May 8 , 2012
Gianina Carbunariu's Kebab at Origin
May 5 - June 4 , 2012
Dumitru Gorzo's solo work at SLAG
May 4 - May 7 , 2012
Boar and Tinei at NADA New York
May 4 - May 7 , 2012
Two Romanian Galleries in Frieze NYC
May 3 - May 7 , 2012
Romanian films in SEE Fest, Los Angeles
May 3 - July 15 , 2012
Sasha Meret in Conference of the Birds
Sun, April 29 , 2012
Matei Varga and Linden String Quartet
Wed, April 25 , 2012
Our School in SEEFEST
Mon, April 23 , 2012
Andrei Serban and F. Murray Abraham
April 20 - May 30 , 2012
Negura Bunget on a U.S. and Canada Tour
April 16 - April 19 , 2012
Eastern European Culture@Queens Library
March 31 - May 1 , 2012
Our School continues its U.S. screenings
March 28 - March 30 , 2012
BEST INTENTIONS in Cleveland
March 8 - March 11 , 2012
Razvan Boar and Dumitru Gorzo at Volta
March 7 - March 15 , 2012
Alex Rotaru’s documentary SHAKESPEARE
March 1 - March 18 , 2012
Nic Ularu returns at La MaMa
February 23 - March 2 , 2012
Liliana Ursu on a U.S. poetry tour
Sun, February 19 , 2012
Alexandru Andries in NY
February 10 - February 12 , 2012
Catalin Dorian Florescu in NYC
Thu, February 9 , 2012
Stefano Ionescu @ the Fine Arts Museum o
February 7 - August 12 , 2012
Sasha Meret’s Sand Calligraphy @ MAD
Mon, February 6 , 2012
Our School at the Brattle Theatre
January 27 - February 5 , 2012
Hotel Project
January 25 - January 26 , 2012
Ionel Petroi's French Lessons
Mon, January 23 , 2012
Saul Steinberg's Italian Years @ Center
January 22 - February 24 , 2012
Pianist Vlad Iftinca's NYC concerts
January 20 - January 29 , 2012
Nic Ularu's "Hieronymus" at La MaMa
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Vlad Agachi residency @ Tanglewood Music

June 23 - August 20
Tanglewood Music Festival
Boston, MA

Vlad Agachi concerts:

MON, July 16, 8 pm
Brahms: Tragic Overture

SUN, July 22, 8 pm
Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire

MON, July 30, 8 pm
Varese: Integrales

 

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For the summer of 2012, Vlad Agachi has been appointed Conducting Fellow at the Tanglewood Music Festival. Each year, out of hundreds of applicants, three young conductors from around the world are selected to take part during a two-month period, in an intense program involving work with internationally recognized maestros, podium time in front of an extraordinarily talented group of colleagues, and the chance to study the technique of many distinguished artists as they work with the BSO in both rehearsal and performance.

The Tanglewood Music Center Conducting Program counts among its alumni many of the great conductors of our time, including Claudio Abbado, Leonard Bernstein, Seiji Ozawa, Michael Tilson Thomas, Christoph von Dohnanyi, and David Zinman.Conducting Fellows gain practical experience in leading the TMC Orchestra and conducting smaller ensembles of TMC musicians in both standard repertoire and new music during the world-renowned Festival of Contemporary Music. Fellows participate in conducting classes given by TMC resident and guest faculty, including master-classes with chamber orchestra, and in discussions with visiting artists and BSO guest conductors; they also observe rehearsals of the BSO and the TMCO throughout the season.

Vlad Agachi was born in 1982, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. He started his musical studies at 5 years old with piano and then trombone. He obtained his degree in both Conducting and Interpretation (trombone) from the National University of Music in Bucharest, under the guidance of conductor Dumitru Goia and Petru Andriesei. Currently he is enrolled in a PHD program at the same university, specializing in Mozart’s Opera. He perfected his studies with conductors such as Jorma Panula, Christian Badea, Marek Pijarowsky and Yoel Levi. He obtained many prizes at national and international competitions. He is invited as a guest conductor in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Satu Mare and Targoviste, extending his collaborations in Israel, Portugal, Poland and Moldova. Currently, he is appointed conductor of the Pitesti Philharmonic Orchestra, permanent guest conductor of the Targoviste Philharmonic orchestra, artistic direction of the Opera class at the National University of Music in Bucharest.

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