Here you can find a list of concerts, recitals and other public events in which Florian is expected to take part.
You can also find information about some of the past events in which Florian has taken part back to the autumn of 2014.
PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ALL EVENTS AFTER 14 MARCH 2020 HAVE BEEN CANCELLED OR POSTPONED AND ARE NO LONGER LISTED HERE. ONCE THE MEDIUM TO LONGER TERM FUTURE IS CLEARER, EVENTS WILL BE LISTED AS THEY ARE RE-ARRANGED.
You are warmly invited to attend the London launch event for Florian’s new CD, Following the River. The album launch is free, and includes a glass of wine, but please register for the event via the event’s page on the ROSL website.
Florian will introduce and perform extracts from his debut solo CD – a collection of folklore-inspired virtuoso music by Liszt, Schubert, Bartók and three Romanian composers: Toduță, Paladi, and Constantinescu. The recordings have received a warm welcome and tracks have already been broadcast in several countries, including Romania and France.
Following the river: Music along the Danube
Bela Bartok, Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm from Mikrokosmos Sz. 107
Sigismund Toduţă, Twelve Variations on a Romanian Christmas Carol
Franz Schubert, Hungarian Melody D 817
Paul Constantinescu, Variations on a Romanian Folksong
Paul Constantinescu, Joc Dobrogean. Toccata (Dobrogean dance)
Franz Liszt, Hungarian Rhapsody No. 5 ‘Héroïde-élégiaque’ in E minor
Sigismund Toduţă, Suite of Romanian Songs and Dances
Radu Paludi, Rondo a capriccio
Sigismund Toduţă, Chorale on ‘God, have mercy’ and Toccata
© and ℗ 2017 ACOUSENCE records (ACO-CD 13317) www.acousence.de
Florian is grateful to the Royal Over-Seas League for all its support with the launch. The Royal Over-Seas League is a self-funded organisation which operates under a Royal Charter and ‘aims at promoting an enduring multi-racial fellowship pledged to the support of the Commonwealth and to the service of others and humanity at large.’ In addition to its support for the arts, ROSL also has an extensive programme of humanitarian work, currently in Kenya, Botswana, Sri Lanka and Namibia. You can find out more about ROSL here.