history Neagu Djuvaradirector Lucian Pintilie, journalists Andrei Gheorghe and Cristian esopescu, actor Carmen Stănescu, artist Geta Bratescu, caricaturist Mihai Stănescu and literature critic Paul Cornea are among the personalities who died in 2018, according to an article published on News. no.
The singer of light music Lucky Marinescu died on January 10 at the age of 83 years. Lucky Lucy Marinescu was a simple and moderate TV interpreter. In 1940, the family settled in Cluj-Napoca. The artist studied at St. Theresa High School, after which she attended the conservatory "Gheorghe Dima". He worked at the Operetta Theater and then at "Contantin Tanase" Theater in Bucharest. In 1954 he was employed at the Savoy Theater in Bucharest and debuted in the State Story show with Nicolae Stroe and Zizi banerban. It is known for performing songs like "Replici" – composed by Laurenţiu Profeta, which she sang in duet with Cornel Constantiniu, and "What I Want You Sweet Romania". Lucky Marinescu released the albums "Unforgettable Songs" (1999), "The Beautiful Songs" (2000), "Love Song" (2003), "Don't Forget Me, Lucky" and "Words of Love" (2008).
Historian and philosopher Neagu Djuvara died January 25 at the age of 101 years. Neagu Djuvara, whose splendid life was crossed with the crucial moments of Roman history in the last century, liberal violent and one of the most expressive audiences of the Romanian aristocracy, was one of the postdecembrist personalities who spoke most, better and worse authentic about Romania and her coat of arms. A fan of research on the history of the Roma, especially with the philosophy of history, Neagu Djuvara wrote 20 volumes, specialized and memoirs, including "civilizations and historical patterns. A comparative study of civilizations" (Paris, 1975), awarded by the French Academy in 1976, "between East and West. The Roman lands at the beginning of modern times" (1995), "A Brief History of the Romans Reported to Youth, History Series" (1999) and "Memories of the Pribegie" (2005). His name appears on several collective volumes, such as "The Aromanians: History, Language, Destiny" (1996, 2012) and "The Books That Made Us People" (2010).
In 2006, he was decorated with National Order & # 39; & # 39; Faithful Service Man & # 39; & # 39; as a big cross, and in 2010 French ambassador in Bucharest, Henri Paul, decorated the art and letter as an officer. On August 9, 2016, Neagu Djuvara was awarded the Norwegian "Star of Romania" as Cavaler, and at the end of March this year he received the Excellence Award in the 16th edition of the Radio Romania Gala Awards cultural.
sculptress Can Caragiu, the younger sister of actor Tom Caragiu, died on March 13 at the age of 88. Geta Caragiu was a professor at the Nicolae Grigorescu Institute of Art in Bucharest, the sculpture department where he was among the students Aurel Vlad, Adrian Ioniţă, Ion Mândrescu, Gheorghe Zărnescu and Liviu Brezeanu. She is the author of numerous works of public sculpture, among other things, we mention the "equestrian statue of Michael the Brave" in Oradea, located in Unirii Square in 1994 in Oradea; Bust of Grigore Antipa, inaugurated in 1995 in the Tulcea municipality or the statue of historian Vasile Pârvan, located in front of the County Historical Museum in Bacau – all made with sculptor Alexandru Gheorghita, her husband. He also performed the bronze bridge of "Toma Caragiu", unveiled in Ploiesti on November 15, 2000, when the great actor was 75 years old.
The artistic director Vasile Manta, who dedicated his life to radio technology, died on March 15 in the age of 68 years. With an activity that started at the age of 9, Vasile Manta devoted all his life to radio technology, over four decades as an interpreter, technical director, creator, sound engineer and artistic director. Vasile Manta has been part of the creators of many UNITER-awarded pieces, and has been awarded international awards. He has worked with leading radio directors and professionals.
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The radio and the TV man Andrei Gheorghe died on March 19 at the age of 56. Andrei Gheorghe graduated from the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literature at the University of Bucharest (Russian-English Section). He started his journalistic activity in 1991 as a special reporter at Radio Constanţa, where he remained until 1993. He has performed several programs on Radio Sky Constanţa ("Videomania", "Vineri 13"), Pro FM Bucharest (1996- 2002, "Midnight Killer", "13-14") and "Chain of Weaknesses" on Pro TV. Between 2002 and 2003, he performed the Gheorghe show at Antena 1 and resumed the show "13-14", first on Radio 21, and then on Radio Total (2005-2006). He also played in movies. She had a secondary role in the films Amen (2002), by Costa Gavras, "Young Teenagers" (2007) by Francis Ford Coppola. Andrei Gheorghe also produced a short feature, in 2008, "Double Personality". His volume "Midnight Killer – Bouncy was born in the city", accompanied by an audio CD in the "Ego Publicistica" collection from the Polirom publisher house, was released in 2006. The journalist was in 2010 and advisor to Finance Minister Sebastian Vladescu, coordinating communication department. He returned to the radio in 2014 to 2016, and he did the morning at Pro FM with Greeg.
actor Aimee Iacobescu died March 27 at age 71 after a long suffering. Aimee Iacobescu became known for his roles at the National Theater in Bucharest, where he debuted immediately after graduating from L. L. Caragiale, the Department of Theater and Cinema in Bucharest in 1968. He also played roles in over 20 films. Born June 1, 1946, in the village of Unguriu, Buzau County, he debuted in theater at the age of 16 in "Alizuna" by Tina Ionescu Demetrian, and "Adam and Eve" by Aurel Baranga. She was part of the distribution of "Five Women of Transition", a show hosted by TNC by Rodica Popescu-Bitenescu. The debut in the film took place in 1966 with "Seven boys and a thug" by Pitt Popescu and Bernard Borderie. In 1972, "The Hands of the Clean" (1972), "Osanda" (1977), "The Last Night of Love" (1980), "The Wasp Nest" (1987) and "Romania – Student of the Sorbonne" (2009 ).
Writer, poet and translator Darie Novaceanu died April 3 at the age of 80 in Madrid. The author was a member of the Royal Spanish Academy and wins the 1982 national translation prize for the Romanian version of Luis de Gongora and Argole. In Romania he translated Juan Ramón Jiménez, Antonio Machado, Federico García Lorca, Félix Grande, José Manuel Caballero Bonald, Jaime Gil de Biedma, Carlos Barralt and José Ángel Valente, Spanish poets, as well as Latin American authors Jorge Luis Borges, Ernesto Sábato, Gabriel García Marquez, Octavio Paz, José Lezama Lima, Hugo Gutiérrez Vega, José Emilio Pacheco and Heberto Padilla. Following Nicolas Ceausescu's government, Novaceanu was appointed as an Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador to the country in Spain (1991-1997), and during these years he had an intensive activity to promote Romania's cultural values.
actor Carmen Stănescu died April 11 at the age of 92 years. He studied at the Royal Conservatory of Music and Dramatic Arts, the 1948 campaign, Professor Marioara Voiculescu. The actor debuted as Ecaterina Ivanovna – "Karamazov Brothers", after Fiodor Mihailovici Dostoievski, an exam led by Professor Marioara Voiculescu in 1945. He was awarded the Theater Excellence Award on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the theater, which was offered in the festival "Successful Women in 2004 "and the national order" Faithful service "as an officer, 2000. He was named an emeritus artist in 1964 and an athlete in 1952.
Historians and academics Ban Papacostea died April 6 at the age of 89 years. During the communist period, during his studies, he was deported to a forced labor camp at the Danube – Black Sea Channel. He first started as a librarian at the Central University Library (1954-1957), then for more than 50 years, started in 1957, to become a scientific researcher at "Nicolae Iorga" Department of History of the Romanian Academy, as director in 1990- 2001. Academics banerban Papacostea is considered one of the largest historians in Romania, who has enriched the literature with a solid scientific work. He helped to write the "Tragedy History" Treaty (Vol. III, 1964), writing the synthesis "Romanian People's History" (1970) and "Romania's History" (1999).
cartoonist Mihai Stănescu, whose works were banned by Nicolae Ceausescu, died on April 14 at the age of 78. Mihai Stanescu was the only Romanian comic which, living in Bucharest, clearly criticized Nicolae Ceausescu's regime. He graduated from high school in Buzau, and then, in contrast to his mother's advice on joining Medicine, he attended the plastic school in Iasi, where he was enrolled in other years. In 1966 he graduated from "Nicolae Grigorescu" Institute of Fine Arts in Bucharest. In the 1970s and 1980s, he won many international awards. The latest album by the artist, "Where do your ideas come from, Mihai Stănescu?", Is shown in 2014. Other caricature albums published by the artist are: "Mihai Stănescu" (1982, Bucharest), "Humor 50%" (1985, Bucharest ), "Nowhere & # 39; s the Time" (1990, Bucharest), "Rire and Romania" (1988, Paris, Ed Bernard Barrault), "Côte d'Azur" (1989, Paris, Ed. Bernard) Barrault, "In My Footsteps" (1999, Bucharest), "Advertising Manual Volume II" (2003, Bucharest), "I Entered …" (2006, Bucharest), "Orange Code"), "Boc Government achievements in 2009-2010 "(2011, Bucharest)," At the request of the clients, I went on holiday "(2012, Bucharest) and" Ponta Government Achievements "(2014, Bucharest).
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folk musician Ionela Prodan, died on April 16 at the age of 70. He became known for his collaboration with Ion Dolanescu, made television programs, promoted traditional culture in the Ministry of Culture and was a special representative of Romans from around the world.
history Dinu C. Giurescu died April 24 at the age of 91 years. He was a member of the Romanian Academy, Deputy and Vice President of the Conservative Party. The son of Constantine C. Giurescu, Dinu C. Giurescu was born February 15, 1927 in Bucharest. He graduated from the Faculty of History, University of Bucharest, in 1950. In 1968, he received the scientific title of Doctor of History and was a professor of the arts university, history, and art museums. Dinu C. Giurescu was a member of the Romanian Academy since 2002.
Cristian Ţopescu died May 15 at the age of 81 years. The renowned sports commentator, one of the most popular and acclaimed TV and radio voices, has dedicated over four decades of Romanian sport with thousands of live broadcasts. Forbidden by Communists in the late 1980s, he commented on the two World Championships of Men's Handball Men 1976 Nadia Comaneci's Night Magic in Montreal and the moment when three Romans climbed the podium to Sydney.
Ilie Balaci (born September 13, 1956, Bistreţ, Romania) died October 21 in Craiova. According to Wikipedia, he was a football player and coach. Named "The Blonde Wonder", Balaci became one of the best Romanian football players. His career as a footballer is linked to the great success achieved by the University of Craiova in the early 1980s. Unfortunately, he had a premature career as a result of frequent injuries. The worst of them, who initially set Balacas footballer career, was challenged by defender Grigore Arezanov in a championship match played in Baia Mare on February 21, 1984. As a coach, he had remarkable performances with teams from North Africa and the Arab countries. In March 2008, he was awarded the third-grade "Merit Sportiv" order for his participation in the 1984 European Championship and for the entire activity.
director Lucian Pintilie died May 16 at the age of 84. One of Europe's finest directors, has become legendary as the filmmaker and theater man who inspired generations of directors. The size of Pintilie's work can be measured by the criticism of the specialist. "Reconstitution" (1968) is regarded by Romanian critics as the best movie in our cinema history. "An Unforgettable Summer" (1994) and "Too Late" (1996) – was selected in the Cannes Festival's official competition and "Terminus Paradise" brought to the Lucian Pintilie Jury's Grand Prix at the Venice Film Festival in 1998. His first film, "Sunday Clock 6, won two awards at the Mar del Plata Festival – a special mention and the FIPRESCI trophy.
Known songs of light music Alexandru Jula died June 3 at the age of 84. Alexandru Jula was born July 24, 1934 at leimleul Silvaniei. He started his debut on TV on August 23, 1962 and on radio on January 1, 1963. From October 1, 1954 he came to the Musée Theater in Galaţi, where he debuted in the show "Suggestions and Complaints" with the songs "It 's Autumn Again "(St Kardo) and" The Story with Ileana Cosanzeana "(Nicolae Kirculescu). Between 1965-1971 he collaborated with the prizes of "Constantin Tanase" Theater in Bucharest ("Carnival at Tanase", "An Umbrella's Adventure", "The Eighth Magnificent", etc.), which are among the permanent invitations to the capital's performances.
actor Marina Procopy, known for its role in "Adela" (1985), by Mircea Veroiu, died on July 6 at the age of 59. Marina Procopie, born June 8, 1959, graduated from the Theatrical and Cinematographic Arts Institute, IL Caragiale, the Theater Faculty, performing in 1984. She performed on stage at the North Theater in Satu Mare, and since 1990 she was part of "Ion Cranga" . Among the films included in the cast are "Too Hot for May" (1983), "The Turquoise Necklace" (1985), "Orient Express" (2004) and "Loverboy" (2011).
The famous taragotist Dumitru Fărcaş died August 7 at the age of 80. Dumitru Fărcaş was born in Maramureş, but he settled in Cluj-Napoca after completing his studies at the music school "Gheorghe Dima" in 1967. He began his professional career in 1960 when he was employed as an instrumentalist in the "Maramureş" ensemble in Baia great. In 1962 he took over the "Mărţişorul" ensemble in the Cluj-Napoca Student Culture House, with whom he won many national and international awards. Dumitru Fărcaş was named "Honorary Citizen" by the city of Fenian (North Korea) and the cities of Cluj-Napoca, Bucharest, Resita and Baia Mare. He was the honorary president of the International Congress of Taragotists.
academician Marius Sala, a linguist with an incredible international career, Vice President of the Romanian Academy in 2006-2014 and Director of Iorgu Iodan – Al. Rosetti "Department of Linguistics for more than 20 years, died on August 19 at the age of 85. He has written over 300 articles, studies, articles, books or collaborative books published at home and abroad. In parallel with the research he developed a rich The Romanian Academy chose a similar member in 1993, and in 2001, a member, in 2006 he gave his address on "The Two Pillars of Wisdom." Between 26 April 2006 and 24 April 2014, he held two mandates. Vice President of the Romanian Academy.
actor Rudy Rosenfeld died August 24 at the age of 77. He dedicated himself to both theater and film, and performs in many well-known cinematographic performances and productions. At TES, he made his debut at the age of 18, with Efimcic, in the performance "Youth of Parents" by Boris Gorbatov, directed by David Esrig. The last show he played on the Jewish state theater was "Revenge God," by Shalom Ash, directed by Alexander Hasuvater. Rudy Rosenfeld has also performed a number of "kinematic points" in films such as "The Shadow Battle" (1988), "Great Defying" (1990), "Golem" (2001), "The Actor and the Wild" "(2008). Rosenfeld was awarded the Norwegian scheme "For Merit" in the Office Officer at the President of Rome two weeks ago.
Geta Bratescu, the great lady of conceptual art in Romania, died on September 19 at the age of 92 years. One of the key figures of Eastern European post-war art, with an impressive career over the age of 60, enjoyed the artist's appreciation among the public and art specialists worldwide. The Romanian pavilion by the artist in Venice, which hosted the artists' "Apariţii" project in 2017, was one of the most admired and enjoyed brilliant articles in the international media. Geta Brătescu is considered one of the most important contemporary artists in Romania, with a great overseas vision, with creations found in prestigious museums in the world, such as MOMA New York, Tate London and the Museum of Modern Art in Vienna. In January 2018, the Norwegian scheme "Steaua României" was awarded by Romanian President Klaus Werner Iohannis.
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Theorist, historian and literary critic Paul Cornea died on October 7 at the age of 94. He was one of the most important interpreters of the literary phenomenon, author of numerous works in the fields of literature theory and history, literary criticism, comparative literature, specialist in Roman pre-romance and romance. Graduate in Letters and Philosophy (1948), from 1949 began his teaching career at the Faculty of Letters at the University of Bucharest, where he received his Ph.D. in Philology (1971).
actor Eugenia Bosanceanu, known as "Sieranevada" by Cristi Puiu, and "Child's Position" by Călin Peter Netzer, died for 93 years on Christmas Eve. Eugenia Bosanceanu was born on February 8, 1925 in Rădăuţi-Prut, Botoşani County. He graduated from the Theatrical and Cinematographic Arts Institute in Bucharest in 1952. He has appeared in some of the most famous films of recent years, awards awarded and appreciated by the public, including "Capace" (2017) – "Sieranevada" ( 2016)), "The Child's Position" (2013) – Anghelius grandmother; "Memories of the Golden Age 1 – comrades, beautiful is life!" (2009) – Other housewives; "Golden Age Memories 2 – Love in your spare time" (2009); "4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days" (2007) – Bebe's mother; "Margo" (2006), "Maria" (2003) – Ion's mother; "Blessed be sons, prison" (2002) – Saveta; "Occident" (2002) – Tanti Leana; Triangle of Death (1999); "Train of Life / Trainings in Life" (1998); "This complaint" (1994).
academician Constantin Corduneanu, a famous Romanian mathematician with a rich international career, died December 27 in Arlington, Texas, at the age of 90. Professor Constantin Corduneanu contributed to the mathematical training of nearly 4,000 students in Romania and over 3,000 students in the United States. More than 20 doctoral students or young researchers have passed a doctoral degree under his supervision. After 1990, he was present both in the United States and Romania, where he worked at the Octav Mayer Department of Mathematics at the Iasi Department of the Romanian Academy. Since 1979 he has worked in the Romanian-American Academy of Arts and Sciences, where he held a position as a director (1982-1995) and then by the chairman (1995-1998). After the end of his semester, an emeritus professor was elected. He published around 200 books and scientific papers in Romania and abroad, where he approached various research areas: global theory of differential systems, assumption theory and applications to differential systems, integral or volterra generals (causal) operators, theory stability of systems, especially by the comparison method, The theory of oscillatory movements and waves, especially the case almost periodically. The Romanian Academy chose a correspondent member in 1974, a quality that was withdrawn as a result of departure from the country in 1978. He was reinstated in 1990 and in 2015 he was elected as a member.