Three young musicians from Chile, Bulgaria and Japan are giving concerts with an orchestra tonight in the Piano Final, following their dream of becoming great musicians of the world and winning the Enescu Competition 2016.
The Piano Final will be broadcast live on a big screen in front of the Athenaeum (100 seats), and during the break when the jury deliberates, we will transform, together and for the first time, the façade of the Romanian Athenaeum, in a unique video-mapping, inspired by the dreams of the artists and the general public, to the music of George Enescu. For full details about this event, please click HERE. Moreover, the Piano Final will be broadcast live on www.festivalenescu.ro, on the TVR 2 website and on Medici.tv.
7.15 PM – Danor Quinteros (Chile) – Rachmaninoff, Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 18 in C Minor
8.15 PM – Victoria Vassilenko (Bulgaria) – Brahms – Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 15 in D Minor
9.30 PM – Takuma Ishii (Japan) – Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 18 in C Minor by Rachmaninoff
Around 10 PM the Jury withdraws to deliberate. We begin the video-mapping event transforming together the façade of the Athenaeum!
At the end of the video-mapping, we discover the winner of the First Prize of the Piano Section at the Enescu Competition 2016.
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