International Children's Day Celebrated with Special Concert in Vienna

Maestra Children and Youth Choir from Bucharest Performs at Akzent Theater

May 23rd, 2024
Snejana Melnic, News from Berlin
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To celebrate International Children's Day on June 1st, the Maestra Children and Youth Choir from Bucharest brought joy and music to Vienna with a special concert on May 29th, 2024. The event, conducted by the talented Elena Radu, took place at the Akzent Theater, offering an enchanting evening for children of all ages and their families.

The concert featured a diverse repertoire, showcasing well-known Romanian songs alongside international melodies. This delightful mix aimed to engage the young audience, inviting them to sing along and enjoy the festive spirit of the occasion.

The event was part of a project funded by the Department for Romanians Abroad, highlighting the importance of cultural exchange and community celebration. The support from this department enabled the Maestra Children and Youth Choir to share their musical talents and bring a piece of Romanian culture to Vienna.

Event Details:
Date: Wednesday, May 29th, 2024
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Akzent Theater, Theresianumgasse 18, 1040 Vienna

In addition to the captivating performances, the concert fostered connections between children and their cultural heritage. The presence of the Maestra Choir, known for its excellence and dedication to youth music, made the event particularly memorable.

Participants were encouraged to register for the event via email to ensure smooth organization. The initiative celebrated International Children's Day and reinforced the bonds within the Romanian community in Vienna and beyond.

The Maestra Children and Youth Choir's performance at the Akzent Theater was a heartwarming reminder of the power of music to unite and inspire, marking a joyous occasion for all who attended. The event underscored the ongoing commitment to nurturing cultural ties and celebrating the younger generation through the universal language of music.


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