About NIRO Involvement in culture


Niro is a partner of the Nocturnes of Contemporary Poetry project organized by the non-profit association ARCEN and held in Bucharest, between July 31 and September 5.

The festival offers to those passionate about urban culture a unique series of events dedicated to contemporary poetry, which takes place during the summer on the most central roof in Bucharest – the terrace of the Magheru One block.

These cultural initiatives are extremely important for the city – through culture and art we keep our spirit alive, we benefit from what it means to have quality recreation, we get closer to our loved ones by sharing common passions and we take the pulse of the city that goes on. Our company is supporting artists and associations that are currently reinventing themselves and making a huge effort to provide a constructive context in which the creative spirit can manifest itself, ”said Zsolt Nagy, CEO of Niro.

Under the slogan – We cannot be healthy, if we are not happy, the series of events offers a unique experience for the city: outdoors reading, night, experimental scenery, and selection of songs by DJs who climb with poets and audiences above the city means living in a special state of mind that supports creativity.

The sixth edition of the event started on Friday, July 31, 2020, starting with 19.00, on the terrace of the Magheru One block in Bucharest.

This year’s edition brings to the public the largest selection of established writers and poets, premiere readings from unpublished volumes and dialogues between poets moderated by Răzvan Ţupa. The nineteen writers who will be present at this year’s Nocturnes are: Florin Iaru, Radu Niţescu, Mina Decu, Răzvan Andrei, Gelu Diaconu, Miruna Vlada, Mitoş Micleuşanu, Claudiu Komartin, Teona Galgoţiu, Ionel Ciupureanu, Răzvan Dupuna, Te , Simona Popescu, Mihok Tamas, Andrei Dosa, Ştefan Manasia, Sorin Gherguţ, Adela Greceanu and Anastasia Gavrilovici.

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About NIRO Involvement in culture


Niro Investment Group is for the second consecutive year the main partner of the “Magic Summer” Festival, one of the most important international cultural events that takes place annually at the Romanian Athenaeum in Bucharest.

The traditional “Magic Summer” Festival organized by Lanto Communication brings extraordinary concerts of classical music and renowned artists every year in the spotlight of the capital’s cultural events. For its ninth edition, the festival takes place in 2020 for the first time outdoors and invites lovers of classical music in Bucharest to enjoy a series of 14 chamber and symphonic concerts that will take place between July 15 and August 27, in the evenings of Wednesday and Thursday, from 8 pm, in the Court of the Romanian Athenaeum, under the title “Beethoven Year in Bucharest”. Present at the launch event Mr. Zsolt Nagy, General Manager of Niro Investment Group, said: “We are honored to be the main partner of this cultural event which is already a significant milestone for classical music in Europe. Our company is constantly involved in supporting cultural projects and we are happy to be the main partner of the 2020 edition which is taking place in a challenging period. Beyond the immediate medical impact, the coronavirus pandemic has suspended cultural life as we knew it by closing theaters, cinemas, museums and art galleries, and we all dream of a gradual return and the relauch of initiatives that provide access to art and culture. We are happy to support those that are successfully reinventing themselves in this atypical period and succeed in carrying out extraordinary cultural projects.

Seven orchestral ensembles will perform on the stage in front of the Athenaeum: “George Enescu” Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor and soloist David Lefevre, Royal Chamber, conductor Constantin Adrian Grigore, soloist Rebekka Hartmann – violin, Romanian Youth Orchestra conducted by Cristian Mandeal, soloist Ştefan Cazacu – cello, Romanian National Symphony Orchestra, soloist Wave Quartet soloist, conductor Cristian Mandeal, Romanian Chamber Orchestra, conductor Cristian Măcelaru, Romanian Sinfonietta Orchestra, conductor and soloist Alexander Sitkovetsky – violin and Kamerata Kronstadt, under the stick of Cristian Oroşanu. 

The program also includes seven extraordinary chamber recitals given by the Violoncellissimo Chamber Ensemble, founded by Marin Cazacu, the Raro Ensemble founded by Răzvan Popovici, the famous mezzo-soprano Ruxandra Donose, accompanied by pianist Sergiu Tuhuţiu, ARCADIA Quartet, violinist Alexand and violinist Alexand. Josu de Solaun, Wave Quartet and Trio Georgeta Iordache – violin, Andrei Ioniţă – cello, Daria Tudor – piano.