Festival of Arts - Presentation

Festival 4 Arts, Câmpina 2019-2020 – Presentation

The Local Council and the City Hall of Câmpina
Municipal House of Culture „Geo Bogza” Câmpina
The National Tourist Information and Promotion Center Câmpina
Philharmonic Society in Câmpina
Saint Anthony of Padua Parish, Câmpina
„Nicolae Grigorescu” National College Câmpina Brebu Monastery
„Matei Basarab” Secondary School Brebu
Best Bridge Services SRL

1        Introduction

In The year in which Romania holds the presidency of the Council of the European Union, declaring the slogan „Cohesion, a European value”, our project defines in its deepest essence all the desiderates involved therein.

The „Festival 4 Arts” project aims at increasing and disseminating national and universal culture within a series of artistic events that bring together all areas of art and which aim to cohesion between masters and disciples, between consecrated artists and talented young people who are formed in the artistic field.

     As we have demonstrated in all the events already organized, one of the most important results of the „Festival 4 Arts” project and its preparatory season, called the „Prologue of the Festival”, is that young and talented children across the region can be asserted and can become known locally, nationally and internationally.

Relaxation and restoration of resources during the holiday made it necessary to find a venue for the Festival so that young people benefit from several advantages, all offered by the wonderful city of Câmpina: isolation from intense road traffic, picturesque settlement, clean air, sunny days, all with a beneficial effect on health.

2        Festival 4 Arts Overview

Our project starts from the idea of ​​satisfying the need for rest and recreation while studying daily in a professional, competitive and enjoyable environment.

We believe that joining the four areas – music, visual arts, acting and creative writing – contributes to the development of the artistic spirit and the individual motivation of the participants.

At the same time, we found that among students there is a desire to participate in events that combine the courses supported by renowned professors, with the possibility of socializing with colleagues from different areas of the country as well as from abroad.

Finally, we leave open the participation of children who want to take the first steps in the artistic field, organizing for them courses of initiation in music, on different instruments, in visual arts, in acting or creative writing. We also want to accommodate adults who want to develop or refine an artistic hobby in the fields of visual arts, acting or creative writing.

2.1       Music

Musical classes, individual study, cenacles and drama courses will take place in high schools in Câmpina, at the “Geo Bogza” House of Culture, at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church and in other locations with pianos.

The young musicians will be able to participate in chamber ensembles and, given the existence of a fairly large number of students, an orchestra will be set up to prepare a final concert. Also, students of musicology will be guided to write music chronicles for the whole period of the festival, and the most valuable works will be published in the festival’s magazine.

Students from the Composition Masterclass can present their works in the first absolute audition at the festival.

Participants will perform concerts and recitals in different days and locations. The finality of the Festival will be a concert of a greater magnitude.

2.2       Visual arts

Visual art courses – painting workshops – will be organized in 3 groups (grades II-IV, grades V-VIII and grades IX-XII +), 2 hours per workshop every day. The painting workshop is designed to develop participants’ creativity and explore the field of fine arts. Students will work together with the age group they will be part of. At the end of the Festival, the works of all participants will be exhibited in the hall where the Final Concert will take place and will be published in the Festival brochure.

2.3       Drama courses

Theater and acting courses are designed to give learners the opportunity to develop in multiple ways, including helping them to become better acquainted with themselves, developing their communication skills, vocabulary, creativity and the ability to socialize with ease. Mr. Lect. Univ. Dr. Mihai Bisericanu and Dr. Loreta Neculai will reveal to the theater and film enthusiasts multiple perspectives of the actor profession. The course will introduce practical notions about diction and movement, propose exciting imaginative exercises, provide techniques for translating personal experiences into acting and the life of a character. The course will offer various improvisation games designed to develop attention, responsiveness and memory capacity. As an immediate result of the course, participants will gain confidence in their own strengths, acquire insight into interpersonal relationships, and learn to react spontaneously. At the end of the festival, the students of this section will present a play with the script they designed during the course. 

2.4       Creative writing

With a vast experience of writers and organizers and teachers in literary creation camps, Mr. Florin Dochia will ensure that these courses are conducted at the highest level of creativity, professionalism and efficiency, finalizing with the publication of the works written by the students in the magazine of the Festival of Arts made with the support of Master Florin Dochia.

The stated purpose of these activities is to attract and cultivate new literary talents, including the participation of young people and children with talent in this artistic field.

2.5       The management team and the faculty  

President of the Festival: PROF. HORIA SABIN DRĂGOI


Music Councilor: PROF. DR. MIRUNA MARIA NEGREA (President of Marțian Negrea Foundation)


ADRIAN SUCIU – piano, pipe organ, music improvisation and accompaniament (Mozarteum Salzburg University, Austria)

PROF. UNIV. DR. CORINA IBĂNESCU – piano and accompaniment (Transylvania University of Brasov)

PROF. MIHNEA ANTON DRĂGOI – piano (CNM „George Enescu” București

ILARION IONESCU-GALAȚI – violin and conducting (conductor and honorary director of the Ploiesti Philharmonic)


PROF. MIHAELA MAILAT – violin (CNM „George Enescu” București)

LUCIAN GABRIEL DĂNILĂ – violin (Party Chief Radio Chamber Orchestra, București)

LUCIAN MORARU – viola (Artistic Director at Traffic Strings)

RADU SINACI – cello (Party Chief Radio Chamber Orchestra, București) 

PROF. DRD. MIRUNA ELENA VIDICAN – harp (CNM „George Enescu”)

PROF. DR. TUDOR NICULESCU-MIZIL – guitar (School of Arts Nr. 5, București)

PROF. ADRIAN STOICA – flute (Arts Highschool „Bălașa Doamna” Târgoviște)

PROF. MIRCEA LĂZĂRICĂ – trumpet (CNM „George Enescu” București)

PROF. UNIV. DR. DIANA MOȘ – chamber music (Rector of UNMB)




PROF. DR. FLORIN RĂDUCANU – jazz (CNM „George Enescu” București)



PROF. ALEXANDRA ARIADNA MIHAI – pop music and music-hall (Crina Mardare Music Experience School)

Visual Arts:



Acting (drama lessons):

LECT. UNIV. DR. MIHAI BISERICANU (UNATC „I. L. Caragiale”, București)


Creative writing:

FLORIN DOCHIA (writer and journalist, Câmpina)

2.6       Organizers

2.6.1      Best Bridge Services SRL

The vision of Best Bridge Services SRL is to create opportunities to assert and develop new generations of talented young people in the arts field.

The company operates from 1995 and has extensive management, marketing, business strategy and project management experience. Starting from consultancy and management training, at present Best Bridge Services SRL has as main activity the promotion and support of young talents in the field of arts, especially music and fine arts.

It collaborates with national and international artists, teachers with extensive experience, pedagogical talent and professional dedication.

The General Director and Project Manager, Anca Poștea has provided training and consultancy programs for managers for over 23 years in Project Management, Change Management, Strategic Management, Business Development, Marketing and Sales, Human Resources Development.

2.6.2      President of the festival, Professor Horia Sabin Drăgoi

Prof. Horia Sabin Drăgoi has extensive cultural and educational management experience, has been president and member of many national and international music competitions and has a rich solo and competitive activity as a pianist. He has many medals, diplomas and awards that prove a prodigious musical activity.

2.6.3      Artistic Director, Professor Dr. Diana Spânu-Dănilă

Prof. Dr. Diana Spânu-Dănilă has a comprehensive experience of pianist, corepetitor master, accompanying professor, musicologist, including author of radio programs. She has numerous national and international awards in piano, chamber music and musicology competitions, has played tours in the country and abroad, making numerous recordings.

2.6.4      Music Councilor, Professor Dr. Miruna-Maria Negrea

Prof. Dr. Miruna-Maria Negrea has many awards as a pianist, has a vast experience as a piano teacher, head of the department and musicologist, radio program maker, member of the contest juries, soloist and pianist instrumentalist of the symphonic orchestra of the Philharmonic ” Paul Constantinescu „, having also the Artistic Director position of this institution. She is the President of the Martian Negrea Foundation and initiator of the „Martian Negrea” National Contest for Music Interpretation. She has many medals, diplomas and awards that prove a prodigious musical activity.

2.6.5      Visual Arts Coordinator, Professor Maria Poștea

Maria Poştea graduated from the Bucharest University of Arts and received her Master degree with Erasmus scholarship from the Academy of Fine Arts in Riga, Latvia. She is a graduate of the I-level Teacher Training Department. She has been working for over six years with children in medieval camps, creative camps and festivals. Maria has had numerous national and international exhibitions and awards.

2.6.6      Festival’s Partners

Partners have an active role particularly important with direct involvement in all activities of the Festival and its Prologue, which is the season of chamber-vocal-instrumental recitals held monthly until the opening of the second edition of the Festival.

They are:

  • Local Council and the City Hall of Câmpina, with all members of the Culture Commission;
  • Municipal Culture House „Geo Bogza”, represented by Director Alexandra Ioniţă;
  • Campina National Tourist Information and Promotion Centre, represented by Director Carmen Găman;
  • The Philharmonic Society of Câmpina, represented by President Marian Dulă.

3        Festival structure and detailed programme per days

On 03.07.2019, the opening of the Art Festival, Câmpina In the festive and official framework, around 12:00 o’clock.

The first days will be devoted to the courses, the individual study and the relaxation activities. As soon as students are ready, they will perform in evening recitals and concerts, in different locations.

In the last evening there will be a large concert with the participation of the instrumentists and the choir consisting of the members participating in the Festival.

On July 13, 2019 the diplomas and prizes for the activities during the festival will be set, and the closing Ceremonial is held at around 12:00.

Day I:

10:00 – 12:00 –  Receiving participants

12:00 – 12:30 – Official opening of the festival

12:30 – 13:30 – Courses on Chairs

13:30 – 15:00 – Lunch table

15:00 – 16:00 – Free program, organized visits to museums

16:00 – 18:00 – Practical courses and individual study

18:00 – 19:00 – Recital

19:00 – 20:00 – Free program, visits organized in the surroundings

20:00 – 21:00 – Dinner

Days II – VI:

8:00 – 9:30 –  Breakfast

10:00 – 12:30 – Practical Courses

12:30 – 13:30 – Theoretical courses in which all participants are invited to participate

13:30 – 15:00 – Lunch

15:00 – 16:00 – Free program, organized visits to museums

16:00 – 18:00 – Practical courses, individual study, choral/orchestra rehearsal

18:00 – 19:00 – Recital

19:00 – 20:00 – Free program, visits organized in the surroundings

20:00 – 21:00 – Dinner

Days VII – IX:

8:00 – 9:30 – Breakfast

10:00 – 12:30 – Practical Courses

12:30 – 13:30 – Theoretical courses in which all participants are invited to participate

13:30 – 15:00 – Lunch

15:00 – 16:00 – Choral/Orchestra rehearsal

16:00 – 18:00 – Preparation of recitals/final concerto

18:00 – 20:00 – Concerts-Recitals 

20:15 – 21:30 – Dinner 

Day X:

8:00 – 9:30 – Breakfast

10:00 – 13:30 – Practical Courses

13:30 – 15:00 – Lunch

15:00 – 16:00 – Choral/Orchestra rehearsal

16:00 – 17:30 – Final Theater Show

17:30 – 18:00 – Visual Arts Students ‘ vernissage

18:00 – 20:30 – The final concert

20:45 – 22:00 – Gala Dinner

Day XI:

8:00 – 9:30 – Breakfast

10:00 – 11:00 – Preparation of the „Farewell” mini-concert

11:00 – 12:00 – Mini-concert „Farewell”

12:30 – 13:00 – Formal closure celebration of the festival

13:00 – 14:30 – Lunch

15:00 – Departure of participants

4        Enrollment

The second Edition of the Arts Festival, Câmpina will be carried out during the period 03-13 Julie 2019In Municipality Câmpina.

In order to enroll in the desired course in the Festival of Arts, the participants are to:

  • Choose the desired teacher and location for accommodation and meals, if required;
  • Download and complete the Registration Form (Annex 1) and Parental Consent for Minors (Annex 2) or Recording and Broadcasting Agreement for Adults (Annex 4);
  • Send an email with the Annexes attached and with the proof of payment for the course and for the accommodation and meals requested at the address festivaluldearte@gmail.com.

Registration is complete when the entire amount has been paid for the services requested.

The course fee includes:

  • Lessons, mentoring and coaching, theoretical courses and participation in recitals and concerts;
  • Accompanists;
  • Use of the facilities for studying and recitals/Concerts/Theatre Performances/Vernissages;
  • The materials required for the course of the visual arts courses, for those who want these courses;
  • Diploma of participation and other materials;
  • Free admission to all events of the Festival of Arts.

4.1       Participation costs

Course fees:
800 RON equivalent of 180 Euro – the fee for the main course requested (except for the courses listed below)

600 RON equivalent of 135 Euro – the fee for chamber music, composition, musicology and creative writing

400 RON equivalent of 90 Euro – the fee for a second course

Accommodation and 3 meals per day at Hotel Muntenia – 130 lei/day/person:

1300 RON equivalent of 290 Euro – Includes accommodation and 3 meals/day for the whole period

Accommodation and 3 meals per day at Casa Domnească Guest house – 120 lei/day/person:

1200 RON equivalent of 267 Euro – Includes accommodation and 3 meals/day for the whole period

Accommodation and breakfast at Nina Guest house, Câmpina + 2 meals at Hotel Muntenia:

1150 lei equivalent of 256 Euro – Includes accommodation and 3 meals/day for the whole period

4.2       Early-bird discount

Students who will pay the entire amount of the desired course fee until 20.03.2019 will benefit from a 10% discount on this, thus they will pay 720 RON for the main course and, if requested a secondary course, they will pay only 360 lei for it.

For accommodation and meals, we can guarantee seats only if the participant pays by 20.03.2019 a prepayment of at least 50%.

4.3       Payment with a prepayment of 50% (the prepayment is not refundable)

Students who will pay up to 20.03.2019, 50% of the amount of the course fees, with final payment up to the date of 15.05.2019 will benefit from a 5% discount on primary and secondary course fees.

For accommodation and meals, we can guarantee seats only if the participant pays by 20.03.2019 an advance of at least 50%.

The prepayment is not refundable.

Important: The deadline for registration is 15.05.2019 or to the extent of occupancy available.

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