Niro Investment Group brings to the stage of the Romanian Athenaeum the great music of the world, within the International Festival “Magic Summer”

For the third year in a row, Niro Investment Group is hosting the International Magic Summer Festival, one of the most important summer events dedicated to classical music. A landmark in the cultural landscape of Bucharest, the "Magic Summer" Festival has reached its tenth edition and takes place between July 7 and August 19, on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, from 7.30 pm, on the stage of the Romanian Athenaeum, under the title “Great Music of the World in Bucharest”, comprising 11 extraordinary concerts, where the public will be able to enjoy renowned works from the national and international repertoire. Present at the launch event Mr. Zsolt Nagy, a Board Member of Niro Investment Group, said:

“It is a pleasure and an honor to be the main partners for the "Magic Summer" Festival 2021, a special edition that physically brings together world-renowned artists and lovers of classical music under the dome of the Romanian Athenaeum. The pandemic showed us how quickly our lives and habits can change. This difficult context, restricting business, events and public activities, has left its mark on each of us. Niro Investment Group has been sponsoring artists and cultural events during the difficult period of 2020 and it is a real joy to continue this partnership by supporting vibrant artistic moments that promote authentic talent and values.”

This year, the International Festival "Magic Summer" organized by Lanto Communication takes place under the theme "Great Music of the World in Bucharest" and brings on the big stage of the Athenaeum famous artists and soloists, such as: Elena Moşuc (soprano), Elisabeth Leonskajav (piano), Alexandru Tomescu (violin), David Lefevre (violin), Edouard Sapey Triomphe (cello), Andrey Yaroshinsky (piano), Sânziana Mircea (piano) and Mădălina Paşol (piano). The Romanian Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Cristian Măcelaru, the Royal Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Constantin Grigore, the Croitoru String Virtuosi Orchestra - soloists Simina and Gabriel Croitoru - violin, Wave Quartet, and the PlaCello Ensemble will also perform.