Festivalul Romanesc 2018
Festivalul Romanesc 2018 la biserica ortodoxa romana din Glendale, AZ (St. John the Baptist Romanian Orthodox Church).
(Friday, October 12, 2018)
Masquerade Ball Fundraising
Saturday, April 26at 6:00pm in MST
St. John The Baptist - Romanian Orthodox Church, Glendale, AZ, USA
3749 W. Behrend Dr., Glendale, Arizona 85308
(Thursday, May 14, 2015)
When Fanfare Cicarlia, the twelve-piece brass orchestra from the "hidden village of Zece Parjini in northeastern Romania, takes the stage, the crowd receives 100 percent Gipsy music. The band, whose name translates as "lark's song", conquered Europe in 1997, their furious live blast appealing to punks and headbangers, jazz and funk fans, world music aficionados, and anyone who loves music that sound unique. The Romanians' breakneck speed, technical chops, ripping rhythms and sweet and sour horns make them stand out from any other brass band on earth.
Contact: Holly Hansen
Phone: 480 478 6000
(Thursday, May 14, 2015)
Mijana's International Dance Music Night.
"This is the only night of its kind in Arizona featuring the best modern Eastern European & Latin Dance Music".
Address: 1290 North Scottsdale Rd, 85281.
(Friday, April 24, 2015)
Riznica Chamber Choir is going to perform a concert of Romanian music in Phoenix
Dear Romanian friends,
We, Riznica Chamber Choir, are very glad to invite you to come to our
concerts and to support us in our project what is an evening of Balkan
music, predominantly Romanian.
Based in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, the Riznica Chamber Choir was formed
with the intention of performing Serbian, Balkan and other Slavic
choral music. Riznica (read it as Reez'-ni-tza) translates to
Treasure Chest. The group's mission is to preserve the very rich
heritage of music and language of these areas, much as a treasure
chest holds things of a great value.
Although we sang on our previous concerts a Romanian song, this is the
first time of almost the whole evening of Romanian music. We are
singing, for example: Cantec de pace, Ziua ninge, Fata de pastor,
Sarba pe scaun, Vine hulpe di la munte, Ma luai, luai, Three Secular
Christmas Carols from Transylvania, Pastorita and others.
After four years of our existence and performing music from different
area of Balkans and Russia, we met so many friends from different
ethnic areas (Serbs, Macedonians, Russians, and others) but we do not
have so many Romanian friends and we would really like to make a
better connection. Therefore, we feel that support from your parish
and from original Romanian people will be precious to us.
We are having 2 concerts, one on Sunday October 28th 2012 3pm in First
United Methodist Church in Phoenix, and one on Friday November 9th
2012 7pm in Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Phoenix. A flyer is
attached with more information.
Both concerts are free admission for public. We will be gladly
accepting donation for maintaining the existence of this unique choir,
if someone feels to offer. More information about the choir and event
is on www.riznica.org.
We will appreciate very much if you spread a word about this event and
if we meet Romanian people in the audience, so we connect through this
Thanks a lot! Looking forward to seeing you!
Riznica Chamber Choir
Contact: Jana Minov, Choir director, Gordana Stojanovic-Mihajlovich, The choir president
(Sunday, October 14, 2012)
HIDDEN CULTURES: EURASIA
Phoenix isn't famous for its diversity. But peer into its margins, and you’ll find a city flush with people from around the world. In part one of a three-part series, we delve into the Valley's Romanian, Armenian and Bosnian communities.
Contact: Niki D'Andrea
Phone: 480 664 3960
(Monday, May 14, 2012)
Romanian culture to Arizona
The play “Pockets of Bread,” written by internationally known Romanian playwright and poet, Matei Visniec, will be performed at 7:30 p.m., Nov. 5-6 at the Empty Space Theatre housed in the Performing and Media Arts building, 970 E. University Drive, Tempe. The performance, presented by Arizona State University’s Romanian studies program is free and open to the public.
(Monday, May 14, 2012)
Romanian metal rock, May 14th 2012 in Scottsdale, AZ
I dont know if your community is into metal rock or not.
But FYI, 2 Romanian Metal bands are coming to play all the way from here in a little venue in scottsdale Arizona.
I was just hoping you could spread the word to the Romianin comunity whom enjoy Metal music, to come and show some support to their Country men coming all the way here,
Here is the info:
Marshall Beck Productions Presents:
8005 E. Roosevelt
Scottsdale, Az 85257
7:00Pm - DIN BRAD (Romania, on Prophecy Productions)
9- THE WAY OF PURITY (International, on WormHoleDeath Records)
10- ECLIPSE ETERNAL (Canada, on Archaic North Entertainment)
11- NEGURA BUNGET (Romania, on Prophecy Productions)
(Monday, May 7, 2012)
2012 Pilgrimage to St. Paisius Monastery in Safford on March 10th
The Assumption Greek Orthodox Church in Scottsdale is organizing 2012 Pilgrimage to St. Paisius Monastery in Safford on
March 10th. We will be attending the Divine Liturgy as well as the Vespers so if you would like to get the Holly Communion please be prepared.
Our charter touring bus will depart at 7 AM sharp from the Church parking lot and will return by 9 PM.
Cost per person is $25. Full payment is needed to reserve your seat.
For proper attire and visitor guide please check:
To make reservations please contact: Mary Vlad at 602-686-2015 or email@example.com.
Contact: Mary Vlad
(Friday, February 17, 2012)
A Hawk and a Hacksaw Concert
Performance on Friday, July 22 at 7:00 p.m. Sparkling with Gypsy and Balkan influences, this New Mexico-based duo’s music reflects their adopted home of Eastern Europe and their true home in the Southwest. Featuring Jeremy Barnes and Heather Trost. Tickets are $25 and available from the MIM Ticket Office, online at www.theMIM.org or by phone at 480.478.6000.
Contact: MIM Guest Service
Address: Musical Instrument Museum, 4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix, AZ (Tatum & Mayo Blvds., south of 101)
(Friday, July 8, 2011)