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We say yes to education

This year, 32 young artists will receive grants of up to 2,000 euros within the Young Talents program; the program is developed by the Principesa MargaretaFoundation, which is sponsored by the Vodafone Foundation through the Fund for Good Deeds, a NGO financing program.

Along with the Principesa Margareta Foundation we wish to offer equal opportunities to talented young artists in Romania coming from low-income families. The 32 young artists were selected from among 120 filesanalyzed by a jury of fine arts and music experts.

The young artists will receive grants for one year, which will cover their attendance at national and international contests, master-classes and workshops in Romania and abroad, the purchasing of instruments and work materials, all to get them started on the road towards a successful artistic career.

The young people benefiting from the grants,aged between 14 and 24, are studentsat art and music schools or universities across the country.

The members of the jury were:

  • For the fine arts section: Ileana Dana Marinescu, Romelo Pervolovici, Lucian Butucariu, Alexandru Dan – Liviu Roșeanu
  • For the music section: Diana Brătan (pianist), Marin Cazacu (cellist), Irina Iordăchescu (soprano), Tiberiu Soare (conductor), Emil Vişenescu (clarinetist).

Selectie arte plastice

The fine arts jury at work, selecting the canditates

Selectie muzica TT 2014

The music jury at work, selecting the candidates

Fine Arts grant beneficiaries – Young Talents, 2014 edition

  1. Oana Achiţei, 23, Bucharest National University of Arts, graphics department;
  2. Timotei Alexandru Aiodrachioaiei, 18, Nicolae TonitzaSchool of Fine Arts, Bucharest;
  3. Irina Maria Bălan, 21, Bucharest National University of Arts, postgraduate school, sculpture department;
  4. Maria Biliuş, 21, Bucharest National University of Arts, graphics department;
  5. Mihai Dicu, 23, Bucharest National University of Arts, postgraduate school, sculpture department;
  6. GeorgetaGherghinoiu, 23, Bucharest National University of Arts,postgraduate school, graphics department;
  7. Maria Monica Ghiţescu, 22, Bucharest National University of Arts, postgraduate school, graphics department;
  8. Theodor Grigoraş, 21, Bucharest National University of Arts, postgraduate school, graphics department;
  9. Mihaela Sabina Manolache, 16, Nicolae TonitzaSchool of Fine Arts, Bucharest;
  10. MirunaModîlcăBelgun, 23, Bucharest National University of Arts, postgraduate school, graphics department;
  11. Corina Ileana Pană, 21, Bucharest National University of Arts, printmaking department;
  12. Andrei Porkolab, 20, Bucharest National University of Arts, mural painting department;
  13. DragoşSerafim, 24, Bucharest National University of Arts, postgraduate school, graphics department;
  14. Ştefan Costin Tănase, 17, Nicolae TonitzaSchool of Fine Arts, Bucharest, graphics department;
  15. Andreea Ungureanu, 22, Bucharest National University of Arts, graphics department;
  16. Mădălina Stan, 19, ClujNational University of Arts, fashion-design department.

Music grant beneficiaries – Young Talents, 2014 edition

  1. Diana FlorentinaAlexe, 18, DinuLipattiNational College of Arts, Bucharest, canto section;
  2. RăzvanAnemțoaei, 20, Bucharest National University of Music, violin section;
  3. Alexandra Bobeico, 17, George Enescu National College of Music,Bucharest, violin section;
  4. Cadmiel Alexandru Boţac, 17, Sigismund Toduţă Music School, Cluj-Napoca, piano section;
  5. Raluca MălinaCiobanu, 15, OctavBăncilă National College of Arts,Iaşi, violin section;
  6. Abel Edison Corban, 22, Bucharest National University of Music, piano section;
  7. Anca Maria Cristescu, 20, Bucharest National University of Music, flutesection;
  8. Maria IsabelaGhergu, 15, DinuLipattiNational College of Arts, Bucharest, cello section;
  9. Ana Larisa Iordache, 19, George EnescuUniversity of Arts,Iaşi, viola section;
  10. Alexandru Munteanu, 14, Regina Maria National College, Constanţa, marimbasection;
  11. CătălinRăducanu, 21, Bucharest National University of Music, piano section;
  12. Antonia CosminaStancu, 20, Bucharest National University of Music, canto section;
  13. Alexandru Ţală, 17, George Enescu National College of Music,Bucharest, piano section;
  14. Dan Andrei Văleanu, 17, Carmen SylvaSchool of Arts, Ploieşti, clarinetsection;
  15. George IonuţVîrban, 19, Bucharest National University of Music, cantosection;
  16. Cornelius Zirbo, 15, Sigismund ToduţăMusic School, Cluj-Napoca, cellosection.

The Fund for Good Deeds is a project initiated by the Vodafone Romania Foundation, which is addressed to non-governmental organizations (associations, foundations or federations) and public educational or medical institutions (hospitals) who wish to propose projects that would bring about a real change in the education and health fields. The amount of financing granted to a single project may vary between 1,000 and 30,000 euros.

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