Participants in the "Moldova Has a Voice" creative camps will hold three concerts
November 20, 2023
At the end of November, concerts will be organised in the localities of Cahul, Bălți, and the Coșnița commune, Dubăsari district, where participants of the "Moldova Has a Voice" camps will perform. The concerts will feature songs recorded during the creative camps.
The first concert will be held in Cahul, with a special guest appearance by Satoshi.
- 21 November: Cahul, "Horelor" Square, at 7:00 PM
- 24 November: Coșnița commune, Dubăsari district, Culture House, at 6:00 PM
- 25 November: Bălți, "Vasile Alecsandri" National Theatre, at 6:00 PM
Admission to all three concerts will be free.
In August and September, two creative camps were organised involving 24 young people from both banks of the Nistru river. The "Moldova Has a Voice" project was organized by Pasha Parfeni with the support of USAID Moldova, the European Union, and UNDP.
The concerts are organised by the Public Association "Lăutar", with financial support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the European Union and the United Nations Development Programme.
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