Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Romanian Tradition in Motion Festival II edition,... (5 Dec 2015 - 6 Dec 2015)


Event to be held at the following time, date and location:

Saturday, 5 December 2015 at 14:00
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Sunday, 6 December 2015 at 19:00 (GMT)

Regent College Wemmbley & Patidar House Auditorium
22-48 London Rd, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 7EX, (Wembley Central undergound)
United Kingdom

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We welcome you to a series of events on 5 & 6 December 2015 during the festival days in London, aiming to celebrate talent and tradition in art and science, in Romania and abroad.



14.00-16.00  Debate ''Gogu Constantinescu- Romanian contribution to Science '' , 5 December 2015 , Regent College Wembley, 4-28 London Rd, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 7EX, (Wembley Central undergound station)


6 DECEMBER 2015- Patidar House Auditorium, 22 London Rd, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 7EX, (Wembley Central undergound station)

14.00-19.00 Visual art exhibition by Sanda Voicu (painting), Ioan Astalus (scupture), Sorin Mihailescu & Vali Ciurea (photo).-Banquet Hall -Free entry

14.00-19.00 Book presentation -''What language will speak Romanians living abroad in 200 years''- Cosmin David, George Smarandache and Ionela Flood- Banquet Hall-Free entry


6 DECEMBER 2015- Patidar House Auditorium, 22 London Rd, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 7EX, (Wembley Central undergound station)

14.00-15 .00 -  ''Maria Tanase'' - theatre play with Adriana Trandafir and George Smarandache- Auditorium-Tickets £10/ concession £5, Free entry for children up to 7 years , please follow the link: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/romanian-traditions-in-motion-festival-ii-edition-london-6-december-2015-maria-tanase-theatre-play-tickets-19632472253

15.30-16.30 pm - Medieval Music show with Rapsodia Bucovinei-Auditorium-Tickets £10/ concession £5, Free entry for children up to 7 years , please follow the link for tickets online:


17.00-18.30  - Romanian Tradition in Motion Festival II edition 2015 - Folcloric show with Ioan Creteanu, Gusulei Gheorghina, Popescu Denisa, Ovidiu Svart and Rapsodia Bucovinei- Auditorium-Tickets £10/ concession £5, Free entry for children up to 7 years , please follow the link for tickets online:

We welcome artists that would like to perform in  the festival  as guests. Please sent your demo and details to ionelaflood@gmail.com

Food and drinks will be available to purchase in the Banquet Hall.

Thank you for your support, make sure you book your place and bring with you the ticket for the event that will be scanned at the entry.

Special thanks to our partners and supporters as well our media partners: Fundatia IMAGO, Colectia de Azi, APMCR, Editura Contrast, Joy of Sound and Cultural Ligue for Unity of Romanians Living Abroad Romania.

I am looking forward to see you there,

Kind regards

Romanca Society Team

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Organisers Romanca Society, Rapsodia Bucovinei, Eugen Ionescu Cultural Centre & City Hall Slatina, Interart Centre supported by Regent Group, Contrast, Romani UK, Lixandru, Riverside Group, Asociatia Info Manager, Asturian Association, RTV Unirea.


Monday, November 16, 2015

Fwd: "The Witness" by George Tomaziu|book launch

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"The Witness" by George Tomaziu|book launch
The artist who came in from the cold
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George Tomaziu: "The Witness"
Thursday 26 November 2015, 7pm
(doors open 6.30pm)
Romanian Cultural Institute,
1 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8PH
The Romanian Cultural Institute is delighted to invite you to celebrate the launch of George Tomaziu's English translation of the 'The Witness', the stunning memoir of an artist who had the courage to rise against the two great evils of the 20th century, Nazism and Soviet Russia.  Join Jane Reid, the artist's friend and translator, the author's son Georges Tomazi and celebrated writer Alan Judd to unveil the exemplary tale of heroism, endurance and survival. With introductory remarks by John Owen of John Sandoe Books. 

Accompanied by a glass of wine.

Free event. Please book your seat on Eventbrite.



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Monday, November 09, 2015

Invitation - Energy and digital mutations Conference (EESC - Brussels - 25 NOV 2015)

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Energy and digital mutations: impact on employment and role of economic and social actors in Europe
Conference organised by Confrontations Europe in partnership with
the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)
Wednesday 25 November 2015:  9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Venue:  EESC, room JDE 62, rue Belliard, 99, 1040 Brussels
This conference will be opened by EESC president Georgios Dassis and will bring together more than 200 representatives of businesses, trade unions, regions, civil society and academia from a number of European countries, in a dialogue with representatives of European and national institutions with the aim of exploring and discussing the following questions:
  • What impact (in quantitative and qualitative terms) are energy and digital mutations having on employment?
  • Are industrial relations systems (dialogue between economic and social actors) adapting to meet the challenges of these mutations?
  • What conditions must the overhaul of these systems meet if competitiveness and social cohesion are to be safeguarded?
Discussions will focus on both the Europe-wide picture and a comparison between six countries: France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland and Sweden.
Please click here to see the agenda and to register.
For any further information, please visit our website or contact Christine Gauffreteau at cgauffreteau@confrontations.org or 0033(1)43173283.
Confrontations Europe is a non-partisan association bringing together business leaders, trade unions and local actors from several European countries in a dialogue with European and national institutions in order to frame joint proposals aimed at reinvigorating economic and social development in Europe.
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is a consultative body of the European Union.
For further information, please visit www.confrontations.org and www.eesc.europa.eu
Venue: EESC, room JDE 62, rue Belliard, 99, 1040 Brussels
 Wednesday 25 November 2015: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m

Les mutations énergétique et numérique :
impact sur l'emploi et
rôle des acteurs économiques et sociaux en Europe
Conférence organisée par Confrontations Europe
en partenariat avec le Comité économique et social européen (CESE)
Mercredi 25 Novembre 2015: 9h – 18h
Lieu: CESE, Salle JDE 62, Rue Belliard, 99, 1040 Bruxelles
Cette conférence sera ouverte par le président du CESE Georgios Dassis et réunira plus de 200 représentants d'entreprises, de syndicats, de territoires, de la société civile et du monde académique de différents pays européens, en dialogue avec des représentants d'institutions européennes et nationales pour explorer et débattre sur les problématiques suivantes:  
  • Quel est l'impact (quantitatif et qualitatif) des mutations énergétiques et numériques sur l'emploi ?
  • Est-ce que les systèmes de relations industrielles (de dialogue entre acteurs économiques et sociaux) s'adaptent pour répondre aux défis de ces mutations ?
  • Quelles sont les conditions à réunir pour qu'une transformation de ces systèmes permette de préserver la compétitivité et la cohésion sociale ?
Les discussions porteront tant sur le niveau européen que sur une comparaison entre  six pays : l'Allemagne, la France, la Grèce, l'Italie, la Pologne et la Suède.
Cliquez ici pour voir l'agenda et s'inscrire
Pour toute information complémentaire, visitez notre site web et contactez Christine Gauffreteau à cgauffreteau@confrontations.org ou 0033(1)43173283.
Confrontations Europe est une association non partisane qui réunit des dirigeants d'entreprise, de syndicats, d'acteurs territoriaux de plusieurs pays d'Europe, en dialogue avec les institutions européennes et nationales pour élaborer ensemble des propositions visant à dynamiser le développement économique et social en Europe.
Le Comité économique et social européen (CESE) est un organe consultatif de l'Union européenne.
Pour plus d'information, veuillez consulter les sites : www.confrontations.org et www.eesc.europa.eu
Lieu: CESE, Salle JDE 62, Rue Belliard, 99, 1040 Bruxelles
 Mercredi 25 Novembre 2015: 9h – 18h
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