Radio ROMÂNi ONLiNE
    radio independent și cu multă personalitate!
    Friday, 27 May 2016
  • Radio ROMÂNi ONLiNE
    Radio ROMÂNi ONLiNE
    de 9 ani alături de tine în Marea Britanie, non-stop!
    Friday, 01 April 2016
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    Radio ROMÂNi ONLiNE
    preferințele tale se aud la noi în fiecare seară de la ora 8!
    Tuesday, 01 March 2016
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    vă invită să vă deconectați de la ritmul alert al zilei...
    Monday, 01 February 2016
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    Radio ROMÂNi ONLiNE
    folosește tehnologii noi pentru o transmisie de calitate!
    Friday, 01 January 2016
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    Radio ROMÂNi ONLiNE
    Comunitatea noastră, radioul tău!
    Wednesday, 02 December 2015

Radio ROMÂNi ONLiNE este un proiect de voluntariat destinat românilor din Marea Britanie.

Oficial emitem din data de 1 Decembrie 2007, în regim non-stop, 24/7. Radio ROMÂNi ONLiNE oferă românilor din Marea Britanie, dar și celor din diaspora, o alternativă online la radiourile din țara de origine sau la cele din țara adoptivă.

Radio ROMÂNi ONLiNE îți pune la dispoziție în fiecare zi știri imparțiale și muzică atent selectată,  promovînd în special muzica românească de calitate și valorile românești. Grila muzicală cuprinde hit-urile anilor ’80 – ’90, dar și pe cele de astăzi. Mai bine de un sfert din muzica pe care o difuzăm este muzică românească.

Alături de celelalte proiecte marca ROMÂNi ONLiNE, Radio ROMÂNi ONLiNE este o unealtă extrem de importantă pentru comunitatea românească din Marea Britanie.

Vă mulțumim că sunteți alături de noi de 9 ani!

    Matthew Scott - CLARINET
    Júlia Pusker - VIOLIN
    Ugnė Tiškutė - VIOLA
    Tatiana Chernyshova - CELLO
    Alexandra Vaduva - PIANO

    24. nov: Rarely performed alongside each other, flexi-ensemble Ensemble Mirage presents ‘Three-in-One’, an exciting programme showcasing the three core clarinet trios and the variety of sound these different instrument groupings create.

    19 jan: ‘War and Eternity’ explores works composed during and immediately following World War Two; all three works have an extreme intensity of expression kindled by this human tragedy. Both the Messiaen (1940-41) and Shostakovich were composed in the height of the war, the Rawsthorne (1948), a rarely performed but powerful English work, in the aftermath when the memories and wounds of war were still fresh.

    11 jun: ‘Variations’ embraces the core ideal of Ensemble Mirage as a flexi-ensemble; showcasing a whole breadth of works in different flexes alongside a new commission for the whole ensemble.
  • 'The Studio: A Tireless, Ongoing Space'. The Geta Brătescu Retrospective in London

    Visionary artist Geta Brătescu (b. 1926), a pivotal figure in the history of post-war Romanian art and Romania’s representative for this year’s Venice Biennale, is celebrated at the Camden Arts Centre with a major exhibition that spans a lifetime of creation through media as diverse as performance, textiles, collage, print-making, installation and film.

    Living and working in Bucharest throughout Ceauşescu’s totalitarian regime, Brătescu embraced the studio as an autonomous space, free from economic or political influences. Her London exhibition, the biggest dedicated to her in Great Britain to present, will focus on this lifelong approach to the studio as a performative, contemplative and critical space to reflect on one’s own position in the world. Concerned with identity and dematerialisation, Brătescu conjures questions of ethics and femininity through her longstanding curiosity in mythical and literary figures, including Aesop, Faust, Beckett and Medea. These concepts have underlain much of her work through experiments in material rearrangements, charting the movement of her hands, the disappearance or concealment of her own image, and performing to the camera through her photographic series and films.

    The project, entitled 'Geta Brătescu. The Studio: A Tireless, Ongoing Space', is set up by the Camden Arts Centre in association with Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent, with the support of Romanian Cultural Institute and the Geta Brătescu Exhibition Circle.


    Geta Brătescu lives and works in Bucharest. During the second half of the 1940s, she studied at the School of Letters and Philosophy of the University of Bucharest and at Bucharest’s Academy of Fine Arts, though for political reasons she was unable to complete her art education until 1971. Through the 1950s and 1960s, she worked primarily as a graphic designer, eventually becoming the artistic director of the art magazine Secolul 20. The most innovative and experimental period of her career began in the 1970s, when she expanded her practice to include performance and recorded performance, photography, photocollage, and textile-based works, all underpinned by a strong conceptual framework. Her most recent solo exhibitions were staged at Hamburger Kunsthalle (2016); Tate Liverpool (2015); CAM, St. Louis (2015); Berkeley Art Museum (2014); MUSAC, León (2013); and Salonul de Proiecte, Bucharest (2012). Her work has been featured in major group exhibitions such as: Construction to Transmission: Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 1960-1980, Museum of Modern Art, New York (2015); Straight to Camera: Performance for Film, Modern Art Oxford; 5th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow (2013); Il Palazzo Enciclopedico, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice (2013); and A Bigger Splash: Painting After Performance Art, Tate Modern, London (2012); IntenseProximity, La Triennale Paris, Paris (2012); and Istanbul Biennial (2011). In 2008, she was awarded the title Doctor Honoris Causa from the National University of Arts, Bucharest, for her contribution to the advancement of contemporary Romanian art.

  • Alexandra Badea’s Incisive 'The Pulverised' Premieres at Arcola Theatre

    We are proud to support the extensive Arcola Theatre run of Alexandra Badea's eye-opening drama, a piercing portrait of globalisation and its multifaceted effects. Following an impressive production at the National Theatre of Strasbourg, where it won the prestigious Grand Prix de la Littérature, 'The Pulverised' arrives to the UK with a new English translation by Lucy Phelps and the imaginative staging of Romanian director Andy Sava.


    A quality assurance officer from France, a call centre manager from Senegal, a factory worker from China, and an engineer from Romania. Each leads a life apart, but all work round-the-clock for the same multinational corporation.


    “Stop the rat race. Stop time. Stop the money. Stop the anxiety. Stop everything that has made human beings so bitter.”


    The Pulverised

    By Alexandra Badea
    Direction: Andy Sava
    Translation: Lucy Phelps
    With: Rebecca Boey, Richard Corgan, Solomon Israel, Kate Miles
    Set and Costume Design: Nicolai Hart-Hansen
    Sound and Video Design: Ashley Ogden
    Lighting Design: Tom Smith
    Movement Director: Lanre Malaolu
    Production Manager: Suzy Somerville
    Stage Manager: Tom Gamble
    PR: Chloe Nelkin

    The show is performed in English and runs for 90 minutes without an interval.

    Suitable 14+

    A production by Arcola Theatre, Changing Face and York Theatre Royal with the support of Arts Council England, the Romanian Cultural Institute and the Institut Français.


    When: 2-27 May, Monday - Saturday at 8pm. Saturday matinees at 3.30pm. No performances Sunday.
    Where: Arcola Theatre, 24 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London, E8 3DL

  • Mircea Baniciu & Band
    Evenimentul va avea loc Duminica, 11.06.2017, ora 18, la Royal Beach Hotel(invincible suite).

    In deschidere va canta cateva piese prietena noastra soprana Natalia Alexandra Buciuman. De asemenea, concertul va continua cu o petrecere autentic romaneasca asigurata de DJ IULIAN.

    Biletele vor costa £35/adult si £15/copii(4-18 ani).Am considerat ca peste 4 ani copiii au nevoie de loc separat la masa. Cei sub 4 ani vor intra gratuit. Biletele includ acces la eveniment cu loc la una dintre cele 18 mese rotunde de cate 10 pers/masa.

    Informatii si rezervari se fac la e-mail: events@qreativity.co.uk, sau tel: 07429197588. Pentru grupuri de min.20 de pers. oferim reduceri in functie de nr. de pers, detalii care vor fi discutate individual, dupa caz.

    Restaurantul locatiei NU va fi deschis a la carte, singura optiune pe care o avem este sa comandam mancarea anticipat( 14 zile inainte) pentru cei care doresc asta. Oferta lor este de £12/pers pentru "Hog and baked potato, salad, sauces, relish and pickles" care vor fi servite ca bufet.

    Barul va fi deschis pe toata durata evenimentului.

    Platile se vor face in contul Qreativity Ltd, care va fi pus la dispozitie celor interesati prin e-mail sau la telefon. Biletele vor fi trimise, de asemenea prin e-mail. Cei care vor comanda si mancare vor primi un voucher separat.
  • The Diva - Heroines of Opera
    Nelly Miricioiu hosts a salon of Italian Opera for the University Women's Club - alongside mezzo soprano Angela Simkin (ROH Jette Parker Young Artist), tenor Daniel Turner and pianist, Marc Verter.

    Repertoire includes Donizetti, Bellini, Puccini, Massenet etc

    Tickets are priced at £35 - including a glass of wine.

    Date: Thursday 8th June 2017
    Time: 6:30 for 7pm

    To book tickets:
    Email: events@uwc-london.com
    Tel: 02074992268

    NB: When booking tickets, please state that you are attending as "guests of Siobhan Hamilton-Phillips" in order to ensure admittance. This is normally a members only event, and there are strict club rules, so it is important to quote the name of the event organiser.