Romanian Language Day
Vacation and summer are on the end, we are preparing for fall, new projects, changes in the tax code and choices of all kinds. As these things all sound so serious, I was very glad when, on the last day of my vacation I received an e-mail that would extend my condition and after returning from heaven.
On the last day of vacation as I was saying, I was tolanita on chase-longue looking at the glimpse of heaven that itea of the trees of a surreal green. I finished the holiday readings, including Kate Morton’s last book-The secret Keeper. I thought every time I read this woman I feel like writing something longer than a blog post. As I stood there and contemplated the idea of a future manuscript, it inevitably strikes the depression of an idyllic holiday ending, summer and finally, an end… something. I don’t know exactly why, but the idea that this vacation is going to be the end and the beginning of an era, that when over the years I look back, it will represent a milestone of a new road, it has followed me since before it began.
When depression strikes what you can do other than focus on the beautiful things in your life, and if you don’t, you invent them. So it explains the perfect reason why I was more glad that my vacation ends beautifully with the weekend in which, in Bucharest and all over the country, it is celebrated for the second consecutive year, the day of the Roman language through various Cultural and artistic events.
I chose to participate in the event at the Romanian Athenaeum, because I love symphonic concerts, I love that imposing building and because, no, I have to get used to the new surroundings of the apartment where, with little luck Until next year on my birthday, I’ll move out.
The dates on the Sunday concert are found below.
on Sunday, 31 August 2014, starting at 19 o’clock
, the Great Hall of the Romanian Athenaeum will host the show organized by UNIMIR, with the support of His Excellency, Extraordinary Ambassador and Plenipotentiary, High Permanent representative of the Republic of Moldova in Romania Mrs. Iuliana Gamboa-Costin.
The Romanian Athenaeum Stage will develop high-performing actors, musicians and filmmakers: Eugen Doga, Azmy Nenoiu, Ann Ştefănescu, Corneliu Leo, Radu Cârneci, Ion Crețeanu, Ana Caesar, Adina Capao, Mihai Valecha, Fang Shuang, Mihaela Mahesh and Eric Ibiwoye
The illustrious composer Eugen Doga, distinguished in Moscow as the Artist of the people and in the USA with the medal „Man of the Twentieth century”, will be first on behalf of President UNIMIR, Azmy Nenoiu, medal and honorary member of the Romanian musicians.
The entrance is FREE!