Downtown Hungarian fair
Ozosep, the fair with Hungarian traditional products will be held for the third time at the Balassi Institute in Bucharest (near Victoriei Square). During January 24 and 25, visitors can shop for 100% natural products at over 25 stands and kids can make traditional “Farsang” carnival masks. Entrance is free. Check out more details and photos from the previous edition on the event page.
Cine-jazz evening at the French Institute
Saturday, January 24, starting 18:00, the Elvire Popesco movie theatre hosts an evening dedicated to music: the screening of an UNESCO awarded movie and a jazz concert of a Norwegian Helge Lien Trio. Hasretim, the Anatolian journey, by Marc Sinan is the story of the meeting between guitarist and composer Marc Sinan and the director of the Symphonic Orchestra in Dresda, Markus Rindt, following a trip in Anatolia. The film is an attempt to understand and document traditional music and performers on the Turkish Black Sea coast. Starting 20:00, Jazz fan rising introduces the public to the Helge Lien Trio, one of the most popular jazz bands at the moment in Norway. An acclaimed contemporary and classic jazz musician, Helge Lien is a winner of the Norwegian Grammy and the disciple and assistant of professor Misha Alperin at the Royal Music Academy in Oslo.
Ars Amandi or European art on love. A guided tour at the national Museum of Art
Sunday, January 25, at 12:00, the National Museum of Art is organizing a guided tour of the “Ars Amandi. The love theme in XVI – XIX century European art”. Love mythology, famous couples in ancient, renaissance and modern literature, illustrated by the masters of European painting and the sacralization of love are the main topics of the presentation held by the exhibition’s curator, Cosmin Ungureanu. Bookings for the guided tour can be made at [email protected] and +4021 314 81 19. The guided tour is free, based on the entrance ticket – RON 10.
Tango & contemporary dance at Odeon Theatre
Since its first performance, Un Tango Mas has been touring not only all over Romania, but also in Spain, Italy, Israel and Hungary. Created by Răzvan Mazilu, one of the best-known contemporary dancers in Romania, the show is a captivating glance at the pride, individuality and depth of the Argentinian dance, stripped of clichés. The next performance is scheduled for this Sunday, January 25, at 19:00, in the Majestic Hall of the Odeon Theatre. First category tickets are RON 32. The ticket office is open from Monday to Sunday, during 11:30 – 14:30 and 15:00 – 19:00. For more details, the ticket office can be contacted at +4021 314 7234.