Thu. 21. January 2021
"George Enescu" Philharmonic Orchestra
Romanian Athenaeum, Bucharest
Fri. 29. January 2021
"Transylvania" State Philharmonic Orchestra
Auditorium Maximum, Cluj-Napoca
Thu. 04. February 2021
Philharmonic Orchestra of North Macedonia
Philharmonic Hall, Skopje
Fri. 26. February 2021
National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia
International House of Music, Moscow
Gabriel Bebeșelea kicks off his tenure as Principal Conductor of the “George Enescu” Philharmonic with a concert on the 21. January. For this special occasion, he is joined on stage by the young virtuoso Daniel Ciobanu, who will perform Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23. Joseph Haydn's Symphony No. 49 “La Passione" will fill out the musical evening. The concert is streamed live on https://www.fge.org.ro/, starting 18:00 CET.
On the 15th of January, to celebrate the Romania's National Culture Day, Gabriel Bebeșelea leads the "Transylvania" State Philharmonic Orchestra of Cluj-Napoca in a programme emphasising on National and World Premieres, focusing on the Béla Bartók - George Enescu connection, as 2021 marks the composers’ 140th anniversaries. The evening's programme features Sabin Drăgoi's "Dixtuor", Béla Bartók's "Romanian Carols" in the orchestration of Dan Turcanu (Romanian Premiere), the World Premiere of the commissioned piece “Pilastru” by Alin Chelărescu, as well as the Romanian Premiere of Sigismund Toduță's "Passacaglia" and the World Premiere of Enescu's "Légende", both works in the orchestration of Gabriel Bebeșelea.
Gabriel Bebeșelea reunites with his good friend Simon Trpčeski on the 18th of December for a concert with the "Transylvania" State Philharmonic Orchestra. The evening's programme features Haydn's Symphony No 48 in C major "Maria Theresia" and the Piano Concerto No. 5 by Beethoven.
Anastasia Kobekina joins Gabriel Bebeșelea leads the Philharmonic Orchestra of North Macedonia for a concert on the 26th of November at the Philharmonic Hall in Skopje. The evening’s programme comprises Camille Saint-Saëns’ Cello Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 33 and Carl Maria von Weber's Symphony No. 1 in C Op. 19.