Permanent programmes

Permanent programmes

The Institute's permanent programmes make 1 Belgrave Square the main address of the Romanian culture in London, a residence of our best artists, concerts, films and books.

The Enescu Concerts Series
The Enescu Concerts Series, jointly organized by the Romanian Cultural Institute and the Enescu Society, aims to promote the music of the greatest Romanian composer to British audiences. The Institute and the Society also award a one-year scholarship to a music student of outstanding talent. The concerts are given by outstanding Romanian and international musicians and usually take place on the first Thursday of the month, from February to December (but not August and September) in the Institute’s chamber music hall in Belgrave Square. The Institute also awards the annual “Enescu Society” Scholarship to a student at the Royal Academy of Music, our partner in the project.
More details about the Enescu Society in London.


Romanian Cinematheque

Every month throughout the year you are invited to watch, enjoy and discuss the best Romanian films of all times.
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At Home in Belgrave Square

Placed under the Patronage of HE Dr Ion Jinga, Ambassador of Romania to the Court of St James’, “At home in Belgrave Square” is our programme that aims to protect and preserve the cultural identity of Romanian communities living in the UK (by engaging and stimulating the most creative and daring part of it ).

Library
The Institute’s Library offers a variety of fiction, non-fiction and art books as well as leading Romanian publications. Immerse yourself in the Romanian literary imagination and then stay on for the Institute’s latest event!
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Our Cultural Diplomacy Programme welcomes its fourth recipient

Our Cultural Diplomacy Programme welcomes its fourth recipient

ICR's training and coaching scheme in cultural diplomacy continues with the arrival of cultural manager and artist Ghenadie Sontu, the fourth winner of the scholarship since the programme's launch in the summer of 2011. In the following two months, Ghenadie will have the chance to develop skills and abilities that are crucial in...

17/09 - 17/11/2013 @ ICR London
Attic Arts 2012 Winners

Attic Arts 2012 Winners

We are pleased to announce the winners of the Attic Arts 2012 residency programme: Bogdan Georgescu, Raluca Dună, Arcadie Rusu and Ştefan Rusu. The winners have been selected from 37 valid applications, according to the following criteria, each marked with maximum five points: - artistic quality relevant both for the ICR’s and...

30/01 - 15/02/2012 @ Institutul Cultural Român Londra, 1 Belgrave Square
The winners of the Cultural Diplomacy residency for 2012

The winners of the Cultural Diplomacy residency for 2012

We are happy to announce the winners of our Cultural Diplomacy Residency programme: Alexandra Rusu (for January-April), Ana-Maria Onisei (for April-July) and Ghenadie Sontu (for September-December). Click here for the full list of candidates.   A big thank you to all applicants for their...

16 - 31/01/2012 @ ICR London, 1 Belgrave Square

Our Cultural Diplomacy Programme Reignites as the Year Begins

Our training and coaching scheme in cultural diplomacy continues in 2012 with the arrival of young editor and publisher Alexandra Rusu, the second recipient of the scholarship since the Cultural Diplomacy Residency Programme was launched in the summer of 2011.   In the following three months, Alexandra will have the chance to develop...

16 - 31/01/2012 @ ICR London, 1 Belgrave Square
Attic Arts Second Round Winners

Attic Arts Second Round Winners

The winners of the second round of the Attic Arts 2011 residency programme are: artist Anca Benera and poet Claudiu Komartin. The winners have been selected from a number of  24 applications, according to the following criteria, each marked with maximum five points: - artistic quality relevant both for the ICR’s and...

06/10/2011 - 31/01/2012 @ ICR Londra, 1 Belgrave Square
Anca Benera: Artist-in-Residence @ Attic Arts and Camden Arts Centre

Anca Benera: Artist-in-Residence @ Attic Arts and Camden Arts Centre

Romanian artist Anca Benera is the third holder of the Attic Arts Residency at the Romanian Cultural Institute, organised this autumn in collaboration with Camden Arts Centre. Benera’s work incorporates a range of media including video, performance and sculpture; her practice focuses on story telling, re-construction, performance and...

06/10 - 04/12/2011
Vera Ion & Sorin Poama @ Attic Arts

Vera Ion & Sorin Poama @ Attic Arts

Vera Ion - theatre director and playwright, graduated from the MA Cross Sectoral and Community Arts, Goldsmiths College London and BA Theatre Directing, National University of Drama and Film "I.L. Caragiale" in Bucharest. At the RCI London she will work on the project Busk for Your Life! together with actor and playwright Sorin...

@ ICR London, 1 Belgrave Square
The Enescu Concerts Series

The Enescu Concerts Series

The Enescu Concerts Series, jointly organized by the Romanian Cultural Institute and the Enescu Society, aims to promote the music of the greatest Romanian composer to British audiences. The concerts are given by outstanding Romanian and international musicians and usually take place on the first Thursday of the month, from February to...

@ ICR London, 1 Belgrave Square
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