Arlinda Morava, artistic emotions in Bucharest
“I didn’t know how beautiful Albanian language was if I didn’t hear it sung by this wonderful human being like Arlinda.” With these words, Romanian actress Theodora Stanciu addressed the audience who continued to applaud the artists on stage.
“This was our first collaboration with Theodora, but we artists need you publicly loved to continue to bring emotion, culture, art and education,” said soprano Arlinda Morava.
The show entitled “Șapte” (Seven) was held in Bucharest on the evening of Saturday 25 January 2020.
The protagonists of the evening were 7 artists, including Albanian soprano Arlinda Morava. If we ever had to list artists who manage to quickly connect with the audience in the hall, Arlinda Morava would probably rank first. The audience in the hall does not spare the sympathy and warmth for this singer who in turn grips with her stage play.
The lyrical interpretation of the Morava Albanian language, combined with the interpretation of Romanian actress Stanciu accompanied by the instrumentalists of the “Arts” Quintet, was a distinct emotion. “When My Husband Comes From the Stand” was one of the songs the soprano performed and naturally involved the audience in the room, which seemed to quickly become familiar even with the Albanian sound.
Morava later performed some of the songs of the Romanian repertoire based on old folk songs.
The seven artists were: Arlinda Morava, Theodora Stanciu, Alexandru Marian, Tiberiu Branga, Iulian Popovici, Bogdan Postolache, Marius Iancu. Seven musical moments with the lyrics of: Rudyard Kipling, Nichita Stănescu, Nina Cassian, Nâzım Hikmet dhe Ion Luca Caragiale.
The performance titled “Seven” was held at the “Iosif Naghiu” Hall of the National Museum of Romanian Literature.
This event was organized by the National Museum of Romanian Literature and the Theater of Romanian Drama Writers.