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The Canadian choir La Muse Diversité launches Légendes & Folklore at the Auditorium

Tuesday, 23 January 2018
By Belen Pérez

Translated by: Jose D. Losada Lorenzo

The choir La Muse Diversité and its artists arrive to the University of Alicante from Canada to launch a concert where myths and folklore create a harmonious blend. A project of concerts touring and promoting cultural diversity, and moreover, launching compositions by many songwriters that represent our universal cultural wealth, under the direction of Ioana German. The play will premier on 5 May at 8 p.m in the Auditorium. Entrance by invitation only.

For more information and to pick up your invitations, please go to:
MIC (Cultural Information Point of the University of Alicante Museum - No. 40 on the campus map). Tel. +34965909387
PIC: Cultural Information Point (Information Cultural Service . Ground floor of the Auditorium- No. 11 on the campus map). Tel. +34965903725.

Légendes & Folcklore


Started in 2009, the choir ‘La Muse’ brings together singers that share the pleasure of singing and offers a rewarding experience by evoking the audience’s warm feelings through the beauty of music and its harmony. The name of the choir inspired the title of the music magazine ‘The Romanian Muse’, published by songwriter Iacob Muresianu, who composed the piece that will be performed by the choir at the Auditorium, which on the other hand, is directed by Ioana German, his great- granddaughter. The first part of the event consists of an arias’ recital for soloists and compositions for piano, while its second part will consist of a Romanian myth performed by choir, soloists and piano. The magic of Romanian folklore surrounds this beautiful musical story.

Ioana German is a descendant of the Muresianu family, a very well-known and respected family of Romanian intellectuals, which has gifted the world with many generations of musicians, journalists and historians. As a young girl, Ioana attended the Brasov Conservatoire in Romania where she learnt how to play the piano and the flute. She has taken part in the chamber choir at the Brasov Conservatoire, as well as in many cultural activities organised by the relatives of its members at the ‘Muresenilor Family Museum’.

By clicking on this  link  you can listen to some of the pieces composed by the Muresianu family.





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