Friday, September 16, 2016

Fw: Acclaimed Virtuosos Remus Azoiţei and Eduard Stan in the 'Enescu Concerts' Series | Thu 6 Oct, 7pm - free



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Acclaimed Virtuosos Remus Azoiţei and Eduard Stan in the 'Enescu Concerts' Series | Thu 6 Oct, 7pm - free
Spectacular violin and piano recital
The Romanian Cultural Institute and The Enescu Society in Great Britain
cordially invite you to

RCI London, Thursday 6 October, 7pm

Remus Azoiţei - violin
Eduard Stan - piano


Free. Seats allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please book your seat on Eventbrite

The 'Enescu Concerts' Series resumes with a spectacular recital offered by violinist Remus Azoiţei and pianist Eduard Stan, the supreme experts in George Enescu's chamber work. With a programme that highlights the manifold connections between Romanian and French classical music, the duo's hypnotic presence will prove once more why they are considered to have established the golden standard of Enescu's interpretation.   

Ciprian PorumbescuBallade
George Enescu: 'Impressions d'enfance' Suite, Op. 28
Gabriel FauréSonata in A Major
Maurice Ravel: 'Tzigane' Rhapsody

Described in The Strad as "an uninhibited virtuoso, with soul and fabulous technique", renowned violinist Remus Azoiţei has been a featured soloist of prestigious European ensembles, including the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Orchestre National de Belgique and Deutsche Kammer Orchester. He is a violin professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London and the Artistic Director of the Enescu Society in Great Britain.

Hailed by the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung for his "eminent sense of tonal timbres and colours", pianist Eduard Stan has received international acclaim throughout the world. He has performed at Carnegie Hall in New York, Konzerthaus and Philharmonie in Berlin, Concertgebouw Amsterdam and many other prestigious venues.

Together, Azoiței and Stan recorded the complete works for violin and piano by Enescu, an authoritative world premiere project. Released by Hänssler Classic in 2007/08, this collection is part of a series of critically acclaimed solo CDs recorded by the pianist for the same label, with a repertoire ranging from Bach to Debussy.

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Monday, September 12, 2016

Fw: Amazing Choreographic Performance | Sadler’s Wells | Mon 26 Sep 2016, 7:45pm, Tickets



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Amazing Choreographic Performance | Sadler's Wells | Mon 26 Sep 2016, 7:45pm, Tickets
Verve, nerve, energy
L'om DAdA
   26/09/2016 at 7.45pm
   Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells
Gigi Căciuleanu, Romania's foremost choreographer, captures the seductive energy of DADA, the artistic revolution ignited by the Romanian Tristan Tzara at the beginning of the last century, in a show full of disruptive anarchy, irresistible humour and uncomfortable equivoques.

Starring Gigi Căciuleanu himself and Lari Giorgescu, the show is hosted by the prestigious Lilian Baylis Studio of Sadler's Wells.

Inspired by Tzara's 'L'homme approximatif' ('The Approximate Man'), 'L'oM DadA' boasts all the ingredients of Gigi Căciuleanu's imaginative choreography, balancing between poetry and provocation, which challenge the audience to feel 'the heat the word weaves around its kernel' as well as to experience Tzara's 'only state of immediate truth', that is, poetry.

Accompanied by the photo exhibition 'The Making of: L'Om DAdA' by Florin Ghioca, official photographer of the National Theatre in Bucharest.

Presented in Romanian and French with English surtitles.
TICKETS: £15, £10 concessions
On-line HERE 
Telephone booking 020 7863 8000
Transaction fee applies: £3 for telephone bookings and £1.95 for online bookings.
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Monday, August 22, 2016

Fw: INVITATION | EESC Public hearing on "Towards a coherent EU labour immigration policy" (Brussels, 08.09.2016)



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Public hearing on
"Towards a coherent EU labour immigration policy"

Thursday, 8 September 2016

9.00 a.m. – 1 p.m. 
  
 
In the context of its work on the revision of the EU Blue Card Directive, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is organising a public hearing on Thursday, 8 September 2016. The aim is to identify the elements of an EU strategy for attracting skilled workers and to discuss how the EU Blue Card should be revised.
 
The event will feature experts from the European Commission, OECD, Migration Policy Institute as well as representatives from social partner organisations and practitioners from various countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Slovakia.
 
Discussions will notably contribute to the preparation of the EESC opinion on the revision of the EU Blue Card (rapporteur Peter Clever). 
 
Thank you for joining us!
 
  
EESC - Van Maerlant building - Room VMA 3
Rue Van Maerlant, 2 - 1040 Brussels - Belgium
 
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Audition publique sur le thème
« Vers une politique cohérente de l'UE en matière d'immigration de main-d'œuvre »

Jeudi 8 septembre 2016
9 h 00 – 13 h 00
   
            
Dans le cadre de son travail sur la révision de la directive sur la Carte bleue européenne, le Comité économique et social européen (CESE) organise une audition publique le jeudi 8 septembre 2016. Le but est d'identifier les éléments d'une strategie de l'UE pour attirer des travailleurs qualifiés et d'examiner de quelle façon la directive sur la Carte bleue devrait être révisée.
 
L'événement impliquera des experts de la Commission européenne, l'OCDE, Migration Policy Institute ainsi que des représentants des organisations des partenaires sociaux et des praticiens de divers pays tels que l'Allemagne, les Pays-Bas, la Suède et la Slovaquie.
 
Le débat contribuera notamment à la préparation de l'avis du CESE sur la révision de la Carte bleue européenne (rapporteur Peter Clever). 
 
Merci par avance pour votre participation ! 
 
               
CESE - Bâtiment Van Maerlant - Salle VMA 3
2, rue Van Maerlant - 1040 Bruxelles - Belgique
 
 Interprétation disponible (sous réserve de confirmation) :
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