Ana Munteanu, in the tour Stradivarius Experience 2.0, together with the violinist Alexandru Tomescu
The painter Ana Munteanu participates in the tour Stradivarius Experience 2.0. In the period May 7 – June 5, 2016 the artist, together with the violinist Alexandru Tomescu, is in a new musical-cultural travel that will take place in 15 cultural centers from Romania, but also France, Israel, Hungary – the International Tour Stradivarius-Experience 2.0.
Stradivarius Experience 2.0 is a musical tour that combines the classical music interpreted by the violinist Alexandru Tomescu on the Violin Stradivarius Elder-Voicu, with sand art realized by Ana Munteanu, and video projections in a range of concerts held in Roman Catholic cathedrals and in unconventional spaces from 15 cities from Romania.
The International Tour Stradivarius Experience 2.0 2016, found at its ninth edition, brings an innovative component to classical music. The perfect sound of the violin Stradivarius Elder-Voicu will be heard among the walls of the old cathedrals in a recital of solo violin interpreted by the violinist Alexandru Tomescu, approaching a difficult and very daring repertory, with iconic works of the XXth century, creations of composers like Bela Bartok, Sergei Prokofiev and Vasile Filip, supported by a range of video projections in sand art created by the artist Ana Munteanu.
The program of the tour:
Sibiu – May 7 – Roman Catholic cathedral St. Trinity;
Oradea – May 9 – Roman Catholic cathedral Ascension of the Virgin Mary;
Timişoara – May 10 – Roman Catholic cathedral St. George;
Arad – May 11 – Roman Catholic cathedral St. Anthony of Padua;
Baia-Mare – May 13 – Roman Catholic cathedral St. Trinity;
Cluj-Napoca – May 15 – Roman Catholic cathedral St. Michael;
Târgu-Mureş – May 17 – Roman Catholic cathedral St. John the Baptist;
Braşov – May 21 – Roman Catholic cathedral St. Peter and Paul;
Bucureşti – May 23 – Roman Catholic cathedral St. Joseph;
Târgu-Jiu – May 28 – BRÂNCUŞI Park;
Piatra-Neamţ – May 30 – Panoramic Cinema;
Iaşi – May 31 – Roman Catholic cathedral St. Mary;
Suceava – June 1 – Roman Catholic cathedral St. John of Nepomuk;
Mihăileni/Botoşani – June 2 – “George Enescu” House.