The Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography, public cultural institution operating under the authority of the Cluj County Council, invites you on Tuesday, January 18th, 2022, from 6 pm, to ROMANIA UNIVERSALIS - chamber recital dedicated to the National Culture Day. The event will take place in the Reduta Hall, at the museum’s headquarters, on 21, Memorandum street.
ROMANIA UNIVERSALIS is an original, accessible and very attractive cultural project which aims at marking the diversity and identity of the Romanian culture. The event is presented by two of the most active and appreciated young Romanian musicians - violinist Diana Jipa and piano-player Ștefan Doniga - who will perform, between January 15 - 22, on the occasion of the National Culture Day, a tour of 5 recitals with a unique program and which is happily included in the specific of the activities carried out and promoted by the Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography, comprising musical works signed by Romanian composers of different ethnic origins. Therefore, there will be presented creations by George Enescu, Walter Klepper, Alfonso Castaldi, Mihail Jora, Eugen Doga, Bela Bartok, Theodor Rogalski and Hilda Jerea, musical parts covering over 130 years of musical history.
The recital presented by the two musicians is part of an extensive program, which includes the online publication of videos of the pieces included in the repertoire, with introductions made by great personalities of the contemporary Romanian art: Horia Moculescu, Eugen Doga, Tiberiu Soare, Dumitru Avakian, Steffen Schlandt, Sabra Daici, Serena Adler.
The project is carried out with the support of the Romanian Ministry of Culture.