The wonderful performance by the Budapest Roma Symphony Orchestra and some of the best Hungarian violinists thrilled a big audience who enjoyed their open-air concert at Šalata. This unique group, which is made up of 6 cymbals, 60 violins, 9 violas, 6 cellos, 10 double basses and 9 clarinets, overjoyed the Zagreb public.
We would like to thank the organizers, the Concert Direction Zagreb and Lupa Promotion, for once again giving us the chance to enjoy this unique musical event. Also, for their decision to donate a portion of the concert’s proceeds to the expansion of the Registry of voluntary bone marrow and stem cell donors, as well as toward tissue typing blood samples.
Along with the medical director of the Foundation, Dr. Mirando Mrsić and his wife Diana, the concert was also attended by our great musician and opera singer, Mr. Krunoslav Cigoj, who successfully beat leukemia after many years of arduous treatment.