The Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography, a public cultural institution that operates under the authority of the Cluj County Council, in collaboration with the Royal Transylvanian Choral Association, invite you on Thursday, December 1th 2022, from 5 p.m., to the Concert dedicated to the Great Union: “A December 1st Night’s Dream”.
The event will take place in the Reduta Hall of the Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography (21, Memorandum street). The entry is free.
Soloists Maria Ghircoiaș (soprano), Dan Dumitrana (tenor), Moroz Mihail Răzvan (tenor) will participate in the concert. Piano accompaniment: Cristian Mocanu.
December 1 was established as Romania’s National Day immediately after the Revolution, by Law no. 10 of July 31, 1990. Since then, Romanians from everywhere consider December 1st as a national day when, 104 years ago, the Great Assembly took place in Alba Iulia, through which was voted the union of Transylvania with Romania.
“The National Assembly of the Romanian people from Transylvania, Banat and the Hungarian parts received the resolution presented by Vasile Goldiș in its entirety and thus the union of this Romanian province with the mother country is decided for all ages”, then announced Gheorghe Pop de Băsești, the president of the Great Assembly.