Romanian folk musician Grigore Leșe will mark the coming of Christmas with a concert at Sala Palatului, set to take place on December 20th, starting 19.30. The concert is part of the national project Art against drugs, which aims to combat drugs consumption.

Grigore Leșe was born in Maramureș county. He has a PhD in music and he is an associated teacher at the Bucharest University. He produced various shows for the public national radio and also for the public national television. He performed alongside various artists from Iran, Siria, Pakistan, to demonstrate the interferences between old music in Romania and in East. His music can be heard in films and documentaries such as The Pharaoh, Gunpowder, Treason and Plot (a BBC production) and Wild Carpathia.

Tickets, priced RON 60 to RON 200, are available at and at

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