Ionut Bica – piano
Adrian Flautistu – double bass
Vlad Popescu – battery
Presenter – Cristi Marica
A jazzy evocation, in the be-bop style, of light Romanian music.
The project contains a series of concerts, with themes extracted, mainly from our interwar music. We can also consider actions with pedagogical tones, because the set of events will include, especially for the public, the most beautiful local songs, which are the basis of the Romanian pop music architecture.
It will be not only a coherent cultural approach, but also a very concentrated initiation of the public in the interwar world, when Bucharest was perfectly identified with the name “Little Paris”. Excerpts from old vinyls, classical themes signed by Ion Vasilescu (“Today is your day”, “Take me home by tram”, “Sweet girls like in Bucharest”) or Jean Moscopol (“You are no longer I want you to meet us on Saturday evening “), Cristian Vasile (” Zaraza “,” I love the woman “), will be spontaneously transformed into protagonists in the current tone of 21st century jazz. There will also be forgotten the important post-war barracks (“People” signed by Marius Ţeicu, anthological in the voice of Aurelian Andreescu or “Salcia” belonging to Horia Moculescu, a melody known in Mihaela Mihai’s vocal version) designed to outline a kind of photography general sound of light Romanian music of the last century.
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