The Prodan Romanian Cultural Foundation

The Prodan Romanian Cultural Foundation is a recently-formed charitable body endowed by the Estates of the late Mia Prodan de Kisbunn of Romania and her daughter the late Maria Bjornson, the well-known British theatre and opera designer best known to the public as the costume and set designer for Phantom of the Opera. The trustees of the Foundation are Christopher Moore, Professor Robert Temple, and Olivia Temple. The purpose of the Foundation is to promote outside Romania the high points of Romanian contributions to 20th century Western culture, mainly the activities of the Romanian diaspora who fled their country to escape the two world wars and the Nazi and communist regimes.


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