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AT HOME, a Radio Romania Cultural Campaign

     The Artists of Romania joins the AT HOME campaign that Radio Romania Cultural launches in order to come to support all the people who spend most of the time at home, in these days.
     The actress Maia Morgenstern, the philosopher Mihai Șora, the mezzo-soprano Ruxandra Donose, the visual artist Dan Perjovschi are among the first cultural personalities who will make emotional confessions and recommendations for the Romanians next to whom they go through this period of time.   
     “These days the key-word should be solidarity”, the philosopher Mihai Șora, while the actress Maia Morgenstern confesses: “people should not lose their trust, they should convinced that the art, the theatre, the culture represent an essential factor of our existence.”
     The mezzo-soprano Ruxandra Donose also addresses the Romanians: “I would like that instead of fear, we should have more compassion and civic responsibility and we should stay calm and find the positive part of this situation.”
     Radio Romania Cultural will broadcast live every day, from Monday to Sunday, until the end of the state of emergency, transmitting messages of the artists who speak to their audience, in a different way than the usual one.
     All the messages will also be found on the website, in a dedicated section.
     Radio Romania Cultural wants to thank all the personalities who are already part of this campaign: the writer Florin Iaru, the film producer Ada Solomon, the actors Pavel BartoșAlexandru PapadopolMarius ManoleMihai CălinMedeea Marinescu, the film directors Radu Afrim, the art critic Pavel Șușară, the pianist Dana Ciocârlie, the musicians A.G. Weinberger, Berti Barbera, Nick Făgădar from Luna Amară, Rocca from  Firma.

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