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    The Romanian Athenaeum

    The Romananian Athenaeum was built in the heart of Bucharest 120 years ago. It is a symbolic edifice for the Romanian culture. The ceiling of the concert hall is decorated with anthropomorphic and animal motifs inspired by Romanian folk tales. The 75 m long Fresco painted on the circular wall of the concert hall illustrates… Read more »

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    Grand Palace Hall

    It is a modern edifice, located in the center of Bucharest. It was built right next to the Royal Palace (now the National Museum of Art). The Grand Palace Hall has a capacity of 4,060 seats, displayed in amphitheater. All concerts  part of the “Great Orchestras of the World” series in the Enescu Festival take… Read more »

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    Palace Small Hall

    Opened as a department in the Romanian National Museum of Art in the fall of 1995, the Palace Small Hall, also known as the Auditorium – has high-performance audio equipment. This makes it possible to organize here a variety of events – concerts, film screenings, symposiums, conferences. The Palace Small Hall has a capacity of… Read more »

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    The National University of Music, Bucharest (UMB) was founded in 1864 by Prince Alexandru Ioan Cuza of Romania, as a Conservatory for Music and Drama. Many prestigious musicians studied here. Some of them had the privilege to learn and be inspired by George Enescu himself.

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    Radio Hall

    The Romanian Radio Broadcasting Company’s concert venue Mihail Jora is known also as the Radio Hall. The venue was built in 1959 and inaugurated two years later. Thoroughly refurbished in 2009, the Radio Hall has a seating capacity of 1,000 and it is the only one that offers the possibility of live digital recordings. Seven… Read more »

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    Bucharest National Opera

    Bucharest National Opera House – an institution that has a history of around 140 years – was lawfully founded in 1877; then, in 1885, it received the status of private company and became a state theater in 1921, although only received a new performance venue around 1950, after having been functioning in various locations of… Read more »

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    Grand Cinema & More

    A good show does have to enchant your eyes, must conquer all your senses and make you escape for a few hours in another world. This journey is possible, at Grand Cinema & More. The most performant sound system, impressive screens, the latest projection technology, perfect visibility and ultra – comfortable seats make from Grand… Read more »