On September 19, at Hard Rock Café, the music of the Beatles will be played in an unique manner by Adrian Nour & Cantaloop, together with other nonconformist musicians under the title „Beatles’n’Jazz”.

For sure one of the most charming voices of the Romanian jazz scene of the past years, Viorica Pintilie, together with the finalist of the Vocea Romaniei TV show, Adrian Nour, will explore in a jazz manner famous hits as Hey Jude, Yesterday, Yellow Submarine, All You Need is Love, Lady Madonna and many others.

They will be accompanied by five of the most talented representatives of the new wave of Romanian jazz musicians, brought together under the already-known name of Cantaloop: saxophonist Costin Roşu, discipol of the legendary Dan Mândrilă, thought to be the best Romanian saxophonist of all times, bass player Adrian Flautistu, musician who played with Johnny Răducanu, Mircea Tiberian, Garbis Dedeian and many others, Ştefan Benedict, exquisite drummer, of an impressive sensitivity, Alex Borşan, experienced pianist with an impressive number of collaborations ,and – last but not least – probably the most talented representative of the new generation of jazzmen from Moldova, guitarist Liviu Negru.

The price of the tickets is 40 lei for a place at a table and 50 lei for a VIP place at a table in front of the scene (tickets for VIP places are limited to a number of 80).

Tickets can be bought online from www.iabilet.ro (also available in AppStore or m.iabilet.ro) and www.bestmusic.ro, from Hard Rock Café, at the entrance,  on the day of the concert and in other selling points in Bucharest: UMAN shops in Baneasa Shopping City and Piata Romana, SENIA shop in Magazinul Muzica and Perfect Tour Agencies.