VIATA E FRUMOASA! / 4 -14 noiembrie / Teatrul National de Opereta “Ion Dacian”

8 noiembrie / 18h30 / vernisaj expozitie de fotografie / Jan Saudek
8 noiembrie / 19h00 / concert de muzica traditionala din Moravia sustinut de ansamblul Kopanicar

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Continuand succesul obtinut in 2008 si 2009, Teatrul National de Opereta „Ion Dacian” organizeaza in perioada 4 -14 noiembrie 2010 cea de-a III-a editie a Festivalului International al Artelor Spectacolului Muzical ”Viata e frumoasa!” Cu invitati din peste zece tari si un program diversificat dedicat sferei artelor spectacolului muzical, festivalul include anul acesta numeroase evenimente: spectacole de opereta si musical, gale si concerte, ateliere pentru copii, conferinte sustinute de specialisti din domeniul musicalului, la care se adauga Trofeul „Ion Dacian” pentru tineri interpreti, expozitii, seri traditionale, vizionari de spectacole si programe radio dedicate operetei si musicalului.

programul complet al festivalului aici

JAN SAUDEK

Centrul Ceh prezinta in cadrul festivalului ”Viata e frumoasa!” o expozitie cu fotografii realizate de Jan Saudek.

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Jan Saudek este un fotograf ceh nascut la Praga in 1935 si unul dintre cei mai renumiti fotografi din lume. Lucrarile sale sunt incluse in cele mai importante colectii ale lumii. Este cunoscut pentru imaginile sale colorate manual ale unor lumi picturale aflate la limita dintre vis si realitate, deseori populate de figuri nude sau semi-nude inconjurate de pereti tencuiti sau fundaluri pictate, refolosind frecvent elemente identice. Fotografia sa de arta timpurie, este notabila pentru evocarea copilariei. Mai tarziu, lucrarile sale au inceput sa descrie evolutia copilului la adult (refotografiand aceleasi compozitii/pozitii, cu acelasi subiect, pe parcursul a mai multor ani). Motivele religioase sau ambiguitatea dintre barbat si femeie au reprezentat de asemenea unele din temele recurente ale lui Jan Saudek. Lucrarile sale au fost tinta unor tentative de cenzura in vest, pe perioada anilor 90′.

ANSAMBLUL KOPANICAR

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Ansamblul Kopanicar infiintat in anul 1947, este unul dintre cele mai vechi ansambluri din Republica Ceha. Ansamblul Kopanicar reprezinta folclorul zonei numite Moravske Kopanice, alcatuita din 5 comune care se afla in vecinatatea frontierei Cehiei cu Slovacia, in apropierea oraşului Uhersky Brod. Pozitia regiunii si peisajul muntos s-au oglindit in conditiile grele de trai ale oamenilor si in folclorul lor care este inconfundabil cu folclorul regiunilor vecine. Ansamblul Kopanicar reprezinta cultura regiunii sale atat la sarbatorile traditionale din zona, cat si la festivalurile de folclor din tara si din strainatate.

ENGLISH VERSION

Building upon the success gained during 2008 and 2009, The National Operett Theatre “Ion Dacian”, organises between 4 – 14 november 2010, the 3rd edition of the International Festival for the Art of Musical Performance, “Life is Beautiful!”. With guests from over ten countries, and a highly diversified programme dedicated to the arts of the musical spectacle, this year the festival includes countless events: operett and musical comedy shows, concerts and festives, workshops for children, conferences held by specialists in the musical field, to which we can add the “Ion Dacian” trophy for young interprets, exhibitions, traditional evenings, spectacle previews and dedicated radio shows on musicals and operett.

JAN SAUDEK

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Jan Saudek, is a czech photographer born in Prague in 1935. Nowadays he is one of the most renowned Czech phoptographer in the world. His photographs are included in the most important world collections. His best-known work is noted for its hand-tinted portrayal of painterly dream worlds, often inhabited by nude or semi-nude figures surrounded by bare plaster walls or painted backdrops, frequently re-using identical elements. His early art photography is noted for its evocation of childhood. Later his works often portrayed the evolution from child to adult (re-photographing the same composition/pose, and with the same subjects, over many years). Religious motives or the ambiguity between man and woman have also been some of Jan Saudek’s recurring themes. His work was the subject of attempts at censorship in the West during the 1990s.

KOPANICAR ENSAMBLE

The Kopanicar Ensamble was founded in the year 1947, and is one of the oldest of its kind in the Czech Republic. The Kopanicar Ensamble represents the folklore of a particular area known by the name of Moravske Kopanice, made up of 5 villages found in the vicinity of the Czech and Slovak border, near the city Uhersky Brod. The localization of the region, together with its mountainous landscape, have been reflected in the harsh living conditions of the people, and in their folklore which is totally different from their surrounding regions. The Kopanicar Ensamble represents the culture of its region both during traditional feasts, and at national folklore festivals or abroad.

ARTMAP

Tmrw at 12:00, S U E D I A – Bookfest 2017 → Sun. 28/05, Bucharest
Thu. 25/05, Artist talk: Roman Tolici → Thu. 25/05, Bucharest
Thu. 25/05, Experiment Nocturn – Hub.A at Casa Arhitecturii → Fri. 26/05, Bucharest
Thu. 25/05, Pelicam Warm-up la J'ai Bistrot → Thu. 25/05, Bucharest
Fri. 26/05, Talking to Strangers → Fri. 26/05, Bucharest
Fri. 26/05, Sound Fabric → Fri. 26/05, Bucharest
Sat. 27/05, Blecher Fest 2017 → Sun. 28/05, Roman
Sat. 27/05, The Future of Memory/Cluj, vernissage May 27 → Sat. 27/05, Cluj-Napoca
Sun. 28/05, SubPământ. Valea Jiului după 1989 → Sun. 28/05, Bucharest
Sun. 04/06, Planeta Petrila: avanpremieră la Petrila! → Sun. 04/06, Petrila
Mon. 03/07, Open Call | Cultural Management Academy → Fri. 07/07, Bucharest

You can still see

Wed. 10/05, Muzeul [in]vizibil #2 – nr de inventar 111Tmrw at 09:00, Bucharest
Thu. 11/05, Expoziția „Noul romantism negru” → Thu. 25/05, Bucuresti
Thu. 18/05, Ovidiu Anton. Home is where my problems are → Wed. 31/05, Bucharest
Sat. 20/05, NeoGalateca participa la Romanian Design Week 2017 → Sat. 27/05, Bucharest