Book Fair: Romanian writers in Canada
We have the pleasure to invite you to the first edition of the “Romanian Writers in Canada” book fair, followed by an unforgettable evening where genuine Paris’ charming chansonettes, and the alluring songs of old Bucharest will delight you.
Both events are scheduled on Saturday, June 17 at Alliance Française de Toronto, 24 Spadina Rd:
– “Romanian Writers in Canada” book fair: 11:00 am – 5:00, ”Pierre Léon Gallery”.
The official opening is at 1:00 p.m. Book launches. Book signing. Interviews with Romanian writers and journalists from Montreal, Toronto and Bucharest. Surprise guests. Adult and kids books, music, movies are available for purchase.
The event is free, however guests should register here: https://bookfairromanianwritersincanada.eventbrite.ca
– The concert “From Maria Tănase to Édith Piaf through little Paris”: between 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm in Spadina Theatre.
We are inviting you to Jezebel’s (aka Izabela Barbu) concert, an amazing singer that performs a wide breadth of music styles, from the hot South American rhythms to charming French chansonettes, jazz and the music of Romanian villages.
Be delighted by the charm of the Parisian chansonettes, the melodious and alluring songs of old Bucharest and hum all the way home “Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien”.
Have a chat and make some friends in the intermission, sip a glass of wonderful Romanian wine.
The VIP ticket holders will enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne with the artists at the end of the concert.
You can get your concert tickets here: https://frommariatanasetoedithpiafwithjezebel.eventbrite.ca.
We welcome writers interested in participating in the book fair.
For details, you can contact us by phone (416) 606-9402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Events organized by TRADICIOUS
Partner: “Romanian Pages” Book Store
Media Partner: US ROMANIANS TV
- YEAR 2017
- WE DID Event Production
- PARTNERS "Romanian Pages" Book Store, Montreal
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