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Nina Cassian talks about poetry and exile

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FRI, March 14, 7:30 pm | RCINY – Auditorium
Nina Cassian talks about poetry and exile

RCINY produced in 2007 for the Romanian National Television a series of dialogues that traces the personal story and professional journey of its guests and provokes them in sharing their opinion on a large number of issues and topics high on both Romanian and American agendas. We have invited renowned Romanian poet Nina Cassian to meet Iuliana Ciugulea and Calin-Andrei Mihailescu, the series producer and host, respectively, in a live continuation of the televised dialogue on poetry and exile.

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[In the picture: Nina Cassian]

THU, March 20, 7:30 pm | RCINY – Auditorium
Holocaust in Romania – between accountability and denial
At the initiative of the Romanian Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs, RCINY hosts a dialogue between ministry officials and New York audiences on the ways Romania is facing its Holocaust past. Virgil Stefan Nitulescu (Secretary General, Romanian Minstry of Culture and Religious Affairs), Mihail E. Ionescu (Director, “Elie Wiesel” National Institute for the Study of the Holocaust in Romania) and Alexandru Florian (Executive Director, EW-NISHR) talk about the ways Romania is dealing with the memory of the Holocaust during World War II – ranging from official answers offered by public authorities to the final report of the Wiesel Commission to the relevance of latent or outspoken attitudes in the public space.

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SAT, March 15, 7:30 pm | Joe’s Pub
Sanda Weigl in concert at Joe’s Pub
Sanda Weigl is back from touring Romania where she celebrated a triumphant comeback with her unique interpretations of Romanian Gypsy and German cabaret songs. She learned gypsy songs on the streets of Bucharest and found early success as a child star on Romanian television. Later she was a rock singer in East Berlin, and was tossed into prison for protesting against the communist regime. In 1990 she moved to the USA and she quickly became known as the „Gypsy Queen of Downtown New York”. Avant-jazz neighbors from Sanda’s adopted home New York City, including luminaries like the Romanian born Lucian Ban on piano (and arrangements), Alex Harding on sax, Chris Burnham on violin, Chris Tordini on bass and Tommy Crane on drums serve as a balance beam for her thunderous, mezmerizing and sinfully spooky vocal.
JOE’S PUB, 425 Lafayette St, joespub.com, sandaweigl.com.

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