Romania-Poland Cultural Season 2024-2025/ Romanian artists, led by violinist Alexandru Tomescu, to perform in Warsaw

Romania-Poland Cultural Season 2024-2025/ Romanian artists, led by violinist Alexandru Tomescu, to perform in Warsaw

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AGERPRES special corespondent Dana Purgaru reports: Representatives from Romania and Poland will present the Romania-Poland Cultural Season 2024-2025 in Warsaw on Thursday, which will include, according to the organizers, concerts, exhibitions, theatre, film and literature events. CE Report quoting Agerpres

The most important exhibitions of the season and the events organized in both countries on the occasion of the Romanian-Polish Solidarity Day, marked on March 3, will be announced at the Koncertowa Hall of the Royal Castle in Warsaw.

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