Zoltan Butuc sings poetry at the National Theatre of Craiova
On National Culture Day, Craiovians are invited to be accomplices in music and poetry of the actor and singer Zoltan Butuc.
In love with authentic Romanian poetry, Zoli offers us a musical performance of intensity and refinement on the verses of Mihai Eminescu, Nichita Stănescu, Emil Brumaru, Grigore Vieru, Vasko Popa, Dorin Liviu Zaharia, Sanda Nicucie, Maria Firoiu.
The event will take place on Sunday, January 15, from 12:00, in the foyer of the "Marin Sorescu" National Theatre.
Presented by Nicolae Coande.
Tickets are available at the theatre's box office.
Zoltan Butuc is my name. I was born in 1969 when poetry was valued. I fell in love with her, with the music, with the performers, and only then did I do theater. I am confident that I have what it takes to stop the moment for a bit of peace. For soul. The art of telling poetry still challenges me. Now I chose to do it holding a guitar in my hands.
Actor Zoltan Octavian Butuc (b. 2 July 1969, Brasov) graduated from the National University of Theatre Arts and Cinematography in 1995. In film, he has worked with many leading directors and actors from home and abroad: Lucian Pintilie, Francis Ford Coppola, Sergiu Nicolaescu, Kenneth Branagh, Woddy Harrelson, Abraham F. Murray, Bruno Ganz, Ray Winston, Claude Lelouche and others.
The theatres Odeon, Bulandra, Comedia in Bucharest or Maria Filotti in Braila gave him the opportunity to meet famous texts and artists such as Ștefan Iordache, Cătălina Buzoianu, Maia Morgenstern, Bujor Macrin, Victor Rebengiuc, Horațiu Mălăele, Virgil Ogășanu, Istvan Szabo K, and music performances by Ioan Gyuri Pascu, AG Weinberger, Maria Răducanu, Vali Boghean or Adrian Naidin.
He received the UNITER Debut Award for the role of the Young Man in "Ora Lynxului", directed by Tudor Mărăscu, 1993 and was nominated for Best Folk at the On Air Music Awards, 2014.
He made an audiobook based on texts by Ion D. Sîrbu, entitled "Old mining stories" - 2015 and "Blue green leaf" - 2017, a gesture of piety and love for Nichita Stanescu.