Țintea Muzicală Festival
The aim of the Țintea Muzicală Festival is to invite audiences to rethink notions such as “contemporary – past, new – old” in music as well as to re-evaluate the social norms of the concert.
The Festival began in July 2009 with unconventional concerts that took place solely in a house in Țintea belonging to the festival’s founders and organizers: composers Adina Dumitrescu and Dana Cristina Probst .
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As it is the tradition of Țintea Muzicală, eight composers from Austria, Finland, France and Romania – Nicolae Brânduş, Jean-Pascal Chaigne, Dan Dediu, Adina Dumitrescu, Sebastian Dumitrescu, Dieter Kaufmann and Dana Cristina Probst – were invited in 2013 to deal with a rather untouched chapter of music history: the Medieval polyphony – an extraordinary opportunity for the audience to gain insight into The Montpellier Codex – “the most somptuous extant manuscript of thirteenth-century polyphonic music”, almost unknown in Romania. The fifth edition of Țintea Muzicală brought to life four concerts, a dance theatre video performance and a composition workshop under the motto “Playing with voices”.