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The Annual Salon of the UK-based Romanian Artists

Joi, Septemberie 28, 2017 7:00 pm
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28/09 - 16/10/2017 @ Romanian Cultural Institute London, 1 Belgrave Square, SW1X 8PH


The third edition of our 'Annual Salon of UK-based Romanian Artists' showcases the vibrancy and formal diversity of an ambitious creative medley: Alexandra Larion, Călina Lefter, Ana Maria Morar, Doina Moss and Adeline Timiş.

Alexandra Larion is a Romanian artist living in London. After having pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Plastic Arts at the Art and Design University of Cluj-Napoca, she did a Master’s at the Krakow Academy of Fine Arts. Alexandra is currently collaborating with the IAGA Contemporary Art Gallery from Cluj-Napoca. The artist exhibited her works in various international exhibitions such as 'Just Beneath the Skin: Investigations and Revelations' (Poland, 2016), 'Identities' (2016, Bucharest), Parallax Art Fair (London, 2017). Currently Alexandra is studying Graphics at the Westminster University in London. More about Alexandra Larion on the artist's page.

Călina Lefter was born in the Republic of Moldova. She finished her studies in 2002, at the Nicolae Grigorescu University of Arts in Bucharest, and straight after her graduation, Călina became member of the Romanian Artists’ Union. The artist moved to Milan in 2008, exhibiting her pieces in different Italian galleries. Some of the highlights in her career are: 'Expo Milano' (2015), 'Affordable Art Fair' (2013), 'After East' (2010). At present, she is living in London, where she is exhibiting at different galleries. More about Călina Lefter on the artist's page.

Ana Maria Morar graduated from the Babeş-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, where she studied communication and public relations. She later moved to the USA, where she got into the arts. Ana-Maria studied sculpture with Leonid Lerman at the Art Students League in New York, and is a candidate in the MFA sculpture programme at the NYSS (The New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture), under a Jane Chace Carroll Scholarship. She was the recipient of a Marion R. Netter Merit Scholarship in 2015 and, since then, her works have won awards every year at The Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, New York. More about Ana Maria Morar on the artist's page.

Doina Moss is an alumna of the Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism (Bucharest) as well as Architectural Association, Westminster University (London), and Sotheby’s Institute of Art (London). In 1987, Doina Moss moved to Great Britain and upon completion of studies, became a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and a Fellow of the RSA. Doina’s artist debut took place at the RA Salon Des Refuses 2017, where she was sold out at the preview evening.  The artist has participated in several group exhibitions, killing two birds with one stone - her passion for architecture and that for visual arts. The national television in Romania realized a documentary about her achievements.  More about Doina Moss on the artist's page.

Adeline Timiș studied traditional graphics at the Art and Design University of Cluj-Napoca, where she focused on engraving and drawing techniques. In September 2013, the artist moved to Luton (Great Britain), and went for a study programme at the University of Bedfordshire. Adeline Timiș displayed her works at the International Impressionist Paintings Exhibition from Vaserului Valley (Romania, 2013), as part of a group exhibition at the University of Bedfordshire (Great Britain, 2015), and Yellow Dots (Great Britain 2016). More about Adeline Timiş on the artist's page.



When: Preview - Thursday 28 September, 7pm. Free entry. Booking on Eventbrite is necessary for attending the Preview.

The exhibition is open until 16 October, Mon-Fri, 10 am - 5 pm.

Where: The Romanian Cultural Institute, 1 Belgrave Square, London SW1X8PH

Impetuous Nicolae Dumitru on London Tour

Joi, Octobrie 05, 2017 7:00 pm
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05/10/2017 @ Romanian Cultural Institute

We are excited to resume our 2017 Enescu Concerts Series in force with a piano recital offered by one of the most revered Romanian pianists, Nicolae Dumitru. The programme features, alongside works by George Enescu, evergreen scores by Chopin, Brahms and Rachmaninov, highlighting the pianist’s subtle musical sense and his impressive technique. Nicolae Dumitru will also perform at St James’s Church on Piccadilly.



G. Enescu – Melodie, Mazurk Mélancolique and Appassionato from Suite Op. 18

F Chopin – Ballade no. 1 in G minor

J. Brahms – Six Pieces Op.118

S. Rachmaninov - Variations on a Theme by Corelli Op. 42


Nicolae Dumitru debuted at the Romanian Athenaeum in Bucharest in 1987. In 1990, under the guidance of the great composer and piano player Dan Mizrahy, he was awarded a scholarship at the Gnessin State Musical College (Moscow). Nicolae Dumitru worked with various philharmonic orchestras from Moscow, Omsk, Belgorod, Chisinau, as well as with the “George Enescu” Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Romanian National Radio Orchestra. He was invited, on numerous occasions, to perform in Stockholm, Vienna, Lisbon, Madrid (EU Cultural Week), Barcelona, Budapest or Venice. In the course of the Chopin Bicentennial Year (2010), Nicolae Dumitru performed at “The Palaces of Saint Petersburg”, L'Académie d'Aix en Provence and held many recitals in Romania. These events were followed by a Grand Gala Concert at the Summer Theatre in Bucharest with the National Radio Orchestra conducted by Jin Wang. Later on, during the Franz Liszt Bicentennial Year (2011) he performed “Liszt dans le Métro” in the Bucharest subway. In 2013, Nicolae Dumitru initiated, with a sponsorship from the Raiffeisen Bank, a series of educational concerts in 15 Romanian cities.


The Enescu Concerts Series:


When: Thursday, 5 October 2017 from 19:00 to 21:00

Where: Romanian Cultural Institute - 1 Belgrave Square London SW1X 8PH


Entrance is free but it is required to book your ticket on Eventbrite.

Please note that the seating is unreserved.


St James's Piccadilly Lunchtime Series:


When: Friday, 6 October 2017 at 13:05

Where: St James's Church, Piccadilly


This lunchtime concert is free and no ticket / booking is required.