The Filipescu Cesianu Museum hosts this evening 29 june, at 8.30 pm the concert “Pân’ la Rai” (Up to Heaven), a succesful international renowned musical project, performed by the Adrian Naidin Quartet, formed by Adrian Naidin (cello and voice), Sorin Zlat (piano), Eugen Amarandei (contrabass) and Gabriel Bălașa (percussion).
“Pân’ la Rai” (Up to Heaven) takes it’s influences from Maria Tănase repertory, blending in traditional romanian music and contemporary jazz. The four musicians are all succesful professionals in the romanian and international music scene, bringing a huge contribution to the local jazz scene.
This is a special concert for all the jazz lovers, that will enjoy a magic night at one of the most beautiful museums of Bucharest, Filipescu Cesianu Museum, located on Victory Road.
Here‘s a list of others museums that you can visit during your stay in Bucharest.