„Madrigal. Pe mai multe voci”

„Madrigal. Pe mai multe voci”


Piața Mare, Sibiu, Romania

Dates and Hours:

Friday, 21st June 2024 - Friday, 30th August 2024
17:00 - 18:00


The Madrigal Choir in a unique exhibition at Brukenthal
Exhibition: „Madrigal. With many voices”
Brukenthal Palace, 4 Large Square
Curators: Emil Pantelimon, Alexandru Constantin Chituță
Design: Vladimir Turturică
Period: 21.06-30.08.2024
Partners: Sibiu International Theatre Festival

Music lovers will enjoy the extraordinary exhibition that focuses on the history of the National Chamber Choir “Madrigal - Marin Constantin”. This includes the creation of vibrant spaces in the Brukenthal Palace in Sibiu, costumes, original information and interactive and sensory musical experiences, a collective affective history of the Romanian cultural space, politics and society, sound, colour and smell, all this through the experience of 60 years by Madrigal. Interesting is the “Madrigal for Babies” space, dedicated to pregnant women, where they can listen to soothing music, a project carried out in partnership with the Romanian Music Therapy Association and the National University of Music in Bucharest.

Alexandru Constantin Chituță, the manager of the Brukenthal National Museum, said: “Based on the good collaboration with ArtSafari and Ioana Ciocan, we saw the perspective of a wonderful exhibition dedicated to the Madrigal Choir in Bucharest. This choir is one of the country brands that we have, and now the legends and brands meet in Sibiu: Madrigal, Brukenthal and FITS. I wanted to bring this exhibition to Sibiu as well. It is more than an exhibition, it is an experience. And I thank Mr. Emil Pantelimon, manager of the National Chamber Choir “Madrigal-Marin Constantin”, for understanding my wish and responding positively. We have a collaborative and friendly relationship. I also thank Mr. Vladimir Tuturică for the design of the exhibition. We invite all the citizens of Sibiu, tourists and participants of the Sibiu International Theatre Festival to come and see something special: The Madrigal in the music hall and the baroque halls of the Brukenthal Palace!”