Romanian National OperaTheatre- Cluj Napoca
The Romanian National Opera of Cluj-Napoca, the first lyric institution of the country and one of the most iconic from Europe, was funded on 18 September 1919, once with the National Theatre of Cluj and the Music Conservatory. With the help of renowned artistic personalities, like tenor Constantin Pavel, Italian conductor Egisto Tango, composer Tiberiu Brediceanu, world-famous baritone Dimitrie Popovici-Bayreuth, any difficulties to effectively form an opera ensemble were surpassed in a few months. The first to be presented were two symphonic concerts on 13 and 14 May 1920, led by Czech conductor Oskar Nebdal.
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