An evening of music at Gociman

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Still  plugged in after the official premiere of  Serban Marinescu's  film Auntie , IPIFF guests gathered up on the lawn at Gociman restaurant. Again, they were prepared with a very special event. Cari Tibor, the music composer  gave a concert accompanied by drummer  Albert Varess and singer Sânziana Tarta. The music specially written for theatre  could not have been better chosen. The tracks gave  a good opportunity to relax after a busy day of exeptional movies. The slightly wet grass urged you  to go barefoot on it, the moonlit lake behind the instruments helped the guests to disconnect, to forget everything and enjoy the show.

Captivated by music, the guests hardly accepted to sit at the table. Some, however, more stubborn, remained outside on the  grass or on the terrace. But all eyes were directed towards the lawn and the three interpreters. Blues and jazz rhythms, an impeccable voice, the vibrant drums gave the impression that the décor is like a Parisian cafe in which it would be unforgivable not to enter. As with any good concert or  band that knows how to fascinate the public, time past to fast. The final applause seemd to demand a prolonged encore. If it was up to the guest ,Cari Tibor should have sang  until the end of the evening. One thing was clear, everybody was impressed by the talent of the composer.

The guests did not leave right away. It felt too good to go back to hotel. here were many things to talk about, impressions over the day that had just ended, about the festival and all sorts of stories and anecdotes. Soon the hum of voices filled the terrace. IPIFF organizers managed again to provide the guests with a unique event, despite all the difficulties.

Ana Dinescu

Article photo: Photos taken for Telegraph by Marian Muscalu, Iliut Todeasa and Iulian Fotea.
Photo gallery: Ioana Huiduc