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Saturday, 18 December 2010

Invitation to composers Project-Summer events 2010

As You Like It
Thursday 8 July 2010 at 8pm
Romanian Cultural Institute
1, Belgrave Square,

An evening of carnivalesque effervescence, colour, instrumental dialogue, intense emotions, humour, piquanterie and folk tunes from the Balkans.
Presented by the London Schubert Players Trust and the Romanian Cultural Institute in London.
And with the participation of:
Romanian composer Lucian Zbarcea,
Serbian composer Ivan Božičević
American composer Rodney Waschka.
and Italian composer Uberto Pieroni.

With the London Schubert Players Septet (string quintet, trumpet and piano).
Pianists: Anda Anastasescu, Eralys Fernandez (Cuba) and Lachezar Stankov (Bulgaria)

There are no tickets issued for this concert and a donation of £10/person is kindly suggested. If you wish us to reserve your seats please send us a cheque payable to: London Schubert Players Trust, 72 Warwick Gardens, London W14 8PP. We will put your names on the attendance list available on the door on the night. Thank you very much indeed.

We are honoured on this occasion by the presence of a delegation from the European Commission.

We hope to see many of you at this concert and to celebrate together the interesting work of the four contemporary composers.


Hear The Nightingale was singing all night long
on 22 July at 6pm,
in a Seminar held by Anda Anastasescu and the 78 years-old Swedish composer of German origin,
Eberhard Eyser,
at 72 Warwick Gardens, followed by a buffet party.

The Nightingale is written for Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello and Double Bass.

Places at £15/person. Seating is limited and early booking is advised. Thank you.

Spend the weekend of 24/25 July in North Norfolk listening to our first
Schubertiade Festival
where rivers Ant and Bure meet.
Concerts take place in beautiful old churches and an art historian will take you through the churches' history and architecture, as well as a tour of some of the most interesting in the area. Strawberry teas will be served.

Leaflet enclosed.
We have a list of welcoming and comfortable guest houses if you are interested.

We are thrilled to participate for the first time at
Edinburgh Festival Fringe
on August 26th,
performing in the Arts Centre of the very school which, for 10 years, offered the Silvestri scholarship places to the young Romanian scholars supported by my Silvestri Foundation. ___________________________________________________________________

We are looking forward to see you at our events and entertain you with our musical programmes.
Our next London event will be on November 28th in the Royal Academy of Music. Meanwhile, we continue our musical journey in Paris, Bucharest and Cluj.

Sending our warm wishes,

Anda and the Schubert Players

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