The Belcea Quartet at the XXII edition of The Enescu Festival

by Redacția
The Belcea Quartet has an impressive discography. During its long-term association with EMI Classics, the quartet recorded the complete Britten and Bartók quartets as well as works by Schubert, Brahms, Mozart, Debussy, Ravel and...

Fazıl Say - a rhapsodic, fantasia-like basic structure

by Redacția
Fazıl Say wrote his first piece – a piano sonata – as early as 1984, at the age of fourteen, when he was a student at the Conservatory of his home town Ankara.This work already displays in essence the significant features of his...

Anne-Sophie Mutter, for the first time at the "Enescu" Festival

by Petruș Costea
The famous violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, which Herbert von Karajan considered to be the greatest musical talent from Menuhin until today, will perform for the first time in Bucharest in a Vivaldi, Bach, Previn program. Foto:...

Berlin Philharmonic at the "Enescu" Festival

by Petruș Costea
The main surprise of the "George Enescu" Festival, from this fall, is the presence of Berlin Philharmonic, after almost 80 years since the last concert in Romania.

The Dubravka Tomšič ‘case’

by Petruș Costea
In all certainty, Romanian music lovers remember the time when, back in the '90s, the first CDs appeared in our country. The large record labels from West, the ones that really had a saying in the international musical industry, were...

The DJs that rule the earth

by Ana Maria Bodeanu
In 2012 Rolling Stone published an article with the headline The DJs that rule the earth where top three was held by two Swedes - Avicii and Swedish House Mafia. It's been a long way since 1974 when ABBA had won Eurovision in a time...