Trei Parale (Threepenny) – a band that plays old traditional Romanian music invites you on Sunday, November 22, 2015, to their concert entitled Bazar, a project that attempts to recover a some of the urban songs from the nineteenth century oral tradition in Moldavia and Walachia.
The Bazar will take place at the Cotroceni National Museum, at 7.00 p.m. There will be an atmosphere of inn, fair, or city slums, from a time when foreign cultural influences and Romanian traditions harmoniously mingled. With models from Paris or Istanbul, with Gypsy or Jewish neighborhoods, with many Greek, Armenian or Italian communities, Romanian cities of the 19th century have defined their own artistic trends, creating a unique music. Trei Parale used Anton Pann’s and George Ucenescu’s (one of his pupils) brochures, as well as personal collections and other manuscripts of the time. Bazar is a lesson of music history, developed by the ethnomusicologist Florin Iordan, the leader of the band.
Tickets can be purchased through the Eventim network. Identity card is required (rules of entering the Cotroceni National Museum).