Romanian Athenaeum

Bucharest, Romania
4.8 / 5
Cultural center, established in the late XIX century on the initiative of members of the cultural society. Now on its territory is the Philharmonic. J. Enescu. Composer Maurice Ravel, famous conductor and violinist David Oistrakh, pianist Sviatoslav Richter and other no less worthy representatives of the musical art performed here at different times. The main facade of the Athenaeum is decorated with Ionic columns, the building is crowned by a significant Byzantine dome.
Romanian Athenaeum
Address:Strada Benjamin Franklin 1-3, București
Phone:+40 21 315 2567


Wonderful concert hall. Absolutely beautiful interior and super acoustics. I‘m very happy that we got tickets for a classical concert of the local symphonic orchestra. Was really impressing. Recommendation.


Nice place to take some photos. Never attended a show. Just went in the morning to see the stage and seats really glam but something worths a 5star. The old man in the front door couldn't help at all but I understand the age gap.


Amazing both inside and outside, it’s definitely a landmark not to miss while in Bucharest. The acoustic is brilliant so if you have a chance, enjoy an amazing evening with the orchestra.


It's probably the most representative building of Bucharest and Romania. A place you must visit, better during a concert.


True representation of rich Romanian history and architecture. It has this grand feel to it which can only be experienced in person. A must visit when In Bucharest.


If you visit Romania, this is a must place to see. Amazing architecture and amazing acoustic. This was “Corul National Madrigal” with Christmas carols. Amazing!!!!!


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