New George Enescu Album Release

18th February 2007

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George Enescu: Complete Works for Violin & Piano. Vol. I Remus Azoitei (violin), Eduard Stan (piano) Haenssler Verlag, January 2007, Compact Disc 098.239.000 Available from for EUR 18.95 + p&p You can also order the CD from the Romanian Cultural Centre in London for £14 (p&p included, UK only). Please send a cheque made out to ‘The Romanian Cultural Centre’ at the following address: Romanian Cultural Centre, 54-62 Regent Street, London W1B 5RE; The CD will be sent to the address you provide, using Royal Mail 1st class services. Please allow a maximum of 21 days from the receipt of the cheque for the processing of the order.

George Enescu

George Enescu (1881-1955), far from being only Romania ’s most important composer, is one of the most colourful musical personalities of the twentieth century. The selection of this first CD offers an exemplary overview

Remus Azoitei

Remus Azoitei , violin, has performed widely in Europe, North America, Japan and New Zealand . Remus is a top prize-winner of violin competitions. He was appointed violin professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London in 2002, becoming the youngest ever violin professor in the history of this institution.

Eduard Stan

Eduard Stan, piano, has performed across Europe and the US . Eduard Stan has taught at the Lubeck Academy of Music since 2000. Founder and artistic director of the Enescu Festival Heidelberg / Mannheim . The Ratiu Foundation UK contributed to the publication of this CD. The main objective of the Foundation is to promote and support projects which further education and research in the culture and history of Romania. More details on