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Piano player Matei Rogoz - New York and Washington , DC concerts for Francophonie Day


 
March 20, 2014, 7 PM RCI New York Auditorium Hall
March 21, 2014, 7 PM Frances and Armand Hammer Auditorium
(Corcoran Gallery, 500 17th St NW , Washington , DC 20006 )


On March 20 we celebrate the International Francophonie Day, honoring the French language and culture who greatly influenced the world culture and the humanity.
The Romanian Cultural Institute in New York has organized a series of events dedicated to the Francophonie Day: music and poetry in Romanian, English and French by Gherasim Luca, the “saint” of avant-garde; the photography exhibit ”The King of the Absurd Never Dies. Eugen Ionescu - Theater and Portraits”, dedicated to Eugene Ionesco, the father of the absurd theater, and two piano concerts with Matei Rogoz, on March 20, 7 PM, at the Romanian Institute in New York, and on March 21, 7 PM, at "Frances and Armand Hammer Auditorium" Corcoran Gallery, in Washington, DC. Program: Beethoven - Sonata op. 110 in A-flat Major, Enescu - Suita nr. 2 op. 10, Beethoven - Sonata op. 27 nr. 2 in C-sharp minor, Prokofiev - Sonata nr. 7 op. 83 in B-flat Major. George Enescu's life and work were closely linked to France . Some of his compositions were influenced by French culture, his active musical life alternating between Bucharest and Paris .
 
Also, in the event of March 20, Matthew Esparto will present his book, Sonata for Piano in XVIII - XIX. Stylistic and interpretative issues, published by H ` Art Gallery . Matthew Esparto will lecture on the sonatas and concert program, presenting to the public a rich illustrative material.
 
Dr. Matei Rogoz was born in Bucharest in 1973. He graduated from “Dinu Lipatti” Music High School of Bucharest where he studied with Prof. Dr. Mrs. Ligia Pop, and from the National University of Music of Bucharest , where he studied with Prof. Dr. Sandu Sandrin. In 1997, Mr. Rogoz moved to Paris , France , to study at the “Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris Alfred Cortot”, with Mrs. Françoise Thinat. In 2000 he attended the master classes of the pianist Boris Bloch at “Mozarteum”, in Salzburg . Mr. Rogoz’s multifaceted career includes many performances as a soloist in Bucharest , Vienna , Havana , Paris and many other French cities. In 2001 he organized the “George Enescu” concert at the U.S. Foundation in Paris , performing as well, as soloist, chamber musician and accompanist. In 2002, in collaboration with the Romanian Cultural Institute in Paris he organized two concerts dedicated to George Enescu’s work at the Romanian Embassy in France , both concerts filmed and aired on the Romanian TV Channel “TVR Cultural”. On the 50th anniversary of George Enescu’s death, he organized another Enescu concert, again in collaboration with the Romanian Cultural Institute in Paris . In 2011, Mr.  Rogoz received his PhD in Music with the volume entitled “PIANO SONATA IN THE 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES. STYLISTIC AND INTERPRETATIVE FEATURES”, from the National University of Music in Bucharest , under Prof. Dr. Nicolae Brandus.
 
Matei Rogoz, in concert la New York si Washington, DC, cu ocazia Zilelor Francofoniei
 
Ziua de 20 martie este Ziua Internationala a Francofoniei, o sarbatoare a limbii si culturii franceze care au influentat dintotdeauna si fundamental, intrega cultura a umanitatii.
Institutul Cultural Roman de la New York a dedicat mai multe evenimente acestei sarbatori: un eveniment de muzica si poezie in romana, engleza si franceza, dedicat lui Gherasim Luca - ”sfantul” avangardei, expozitia de fotografie ”The King of the Absurd Never Dies. Eugen Ionescu - Theater and Portraits”, dedicata lui Eugen Ionescu - parintele teatrului absurd si concertul pianistul roman Matei Rogoz, stabilit la Paris, care va concerta la sala Auditorium a ICR New York, in 20 martie, ora 7 PM si la "Frances and Armand Hammer Auditorium" Corcoran Gallery, din Washington, DC, in 21 martie, ora 7 PM.
Programul de concert este urmatorul: Beethoven - Sonata op. 110 in La bemol Major, Enescu - Suita nr. 2 op. 10, Beethoven - Sonata op. 27 nr. 2 in Do diez minor, Prokofiev - Sonata nr. 7 op. 83 in Si bemol Major. Viata si creatia lui George Enescu au fost strans legate de Franta, unde Enescu a desavarsit mai multe compozitii influentate de cultura franceza, activitatea sa muzicala alternand intre Bucuresti si Paris .
 
De asemenea, in cadrul evenimentului din 20 martie, Matei Rogoz va prezenta cartea sa, Sonata pentru pian in secolele XVIII – XIX. Aspecte stilistice si interpretative, aparuta la editura H` Art Gallery . Matei Rogoz va conferentia si pe marginea sonatelor din programul de concert, prezentand publicului un bogat material ilustrativ.   
 
Matei Serban Rogoz s-a nascut in Bucuresti in 1973. A absolvit Liceul de Muzica “Dinu
Lipatti” la clasa prof. dr. Ligia Pop si Universitatea Nationala de Muzica Bucuresti la clasa de pian a prof. univ. dr. Sandu Sandrin. Incepand cu anul 1997 urmeaza mai multe cursuri de perfectionare, la Scoala Normala de Muzica din Paris cu Françoise Thinat. La “Mozarteum” din Salzburg a urmat cursurile de maiestrie ale pianistului Boris Bloch. A sustinut recitaluri in Bucuresti, Viena, Paris si alte orase din Franta. In anul 2001 a organizat un concert “George
Enescu” la Fundatia Statelor Unite de la Paris. In 2002, in colaborare cu Institutul Cultural Roman de la Paris , organizeaza la Ambasada Romaniei din Franta doua concerte dedicate creatiei enesciene, concerte filmate si ulterior difuzate de catre postul TVR Cultural. Cu ocazia a 50 de ani de la moartea lui George Enescu, colaboreaza din nou cu I.C.R. la organizarea unui concert “George Enescu“. Este doctor in muzica al Universitatii Nationale de Muzica Bucuresti, cu lucrarea Sonata pentru pian in secolele XVIII – XIX. Aspecte stilistice si interpretative.
 
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