This week, the Romanian royal house will be commemorating the thirtieth anniversary of the first visit to Romania of Crown Princess Margarita, eldest daughter of King Michael and Queen Anne. On this maiden trip, which began on 18 January 1990, Margarita was accompanied by her younger sister Princess Sophie.

The itinerary for the celebrations are outlined below:

Friday, 17 January, at 6:00pm
Double book launch at Cărturești Carusel, Lipscani street no. 55, Bucharest. In the presence of Her Majesty Margareta, Custodian of the Crown, the book Margareta. Trei decenii ale Coroanei by Sandra Gătejeanu-Gheorghe will be presented at the Curtea Veche Publishing House. The publication Lumea Majestății Sale by Alexandru Muraru and Daniel Șandru will be presented at Corint Publishing House. Entrance to the public is free. 

Saturday, 18 January, at 12:00pm
The Princess Margarita of Romania Foundation has organised an anniversary event at the National Theater to celebrate 30 years since the organization was founded. The event will be attended by Her Majesty Margareta, Prince Radu, and Princess Sofia, as well as personalities from the country and abroad who have supported the foundation since 1990: collaborators, sponsors, partners, volunteers, and members of today’s collective of the foundation. Only those with invitations will be able to attend. 

Saturday, 18 January, at 2:30pm
Romanian television will present, on TVR1, a special edition of the show “The King’s Hour”. The show can be watched the same day on TVR Moldova at 3:00pm and on TVR International at 5:00pm. 

Saturday, 18 January, at 7:00pm
Live broadcast of the Royal Concert from the Romanian Athenaeum on TVR3 and Radio Romania Music. 

Saturday, 18 January, at 7:00pm
A gala concert will be held at the Romanian Athenaeum in the presence of Custodian of the Crown Margareta, Prince Radu, and Princess Sofia, along with one hundred people from the country and abroad who have supported the Royal Family since the early days of 1990. Also, there are invited 600 guests from Romania, representatives of all areas of Romanian life, with whom the Royal Family has collaborated during the past thirty years. Only those with invitations will be able to attend. 

On the stage of the Athenaeum, great personalities of today’s Romanian music will rise. Conductor Tiberiu Soare will lead the Royal Chamber and the Royal Choir. Along with them will play violinist Remus Azoiței, pianist Alexandra Dăriescu, soprano Valentina Nafornița, tenor Teodor Ilincăi, and as guest of honor, soprano Nelly Miricioiu. 

Saturday, 18 January, at 11:45pm
TVR1 will broadcast the concert “Margareta. Trei decenii ale Coroanei” from the Romanian Athenaeum.

According to the website of Casa Regala, these events will be attended by Custodian of the Crown Margarita, Prince Radu, Princess Helen, Mr. Alexander Nixon, and Princess Sophie. For whatever reason, Princess Marie of Romania as well as Prince Nicholas and Princess Alina-Maria of Romania, the youngest sister and nephew and niece of the Custodian of the Crown, respectively, do not appear to have been invited to this family celebration. Besides those already mentioned, the attendance of French journalist Stéphane Bern, Swedish royal reporter Roger Lundgren, and Belgian aristocrat Marquis Olivier de Trazegnies. Crown Prince Leka of Albania is the only foreign royal who will be present for the weekend’s festivities.

This week, the Romanian royal house will be commemorating the thirtieth anniversary of the first visit to Romania of Crown Princess Margarita, eldest daughter of King Michael and Queen Anne. On this maiden trip, which began on 18 January 1990, Margarita was accompanied by her younger sister Princess Sophie.

The itinerary for the celebrations are outlined below:

Friday, 17 January, at 6:00pm
Double book launch at Cărturești Carusel, Lipscani street no. 55, Bucharest. In the presence of Her Majesty Margareta, Custodian of the Crown, the book Margareta. Trei decenii ale Coroanei by Sandra Gătejeanu-Gheorghe will be presented at the Curtea Veche Publishing House. The publication Lumea Majestății Sale by Alexandru Muraru and Daniel Șandru will be presented at Corint Publishing House. Entrance to the public is free. 

Saturday, 18 January, at 12:00pm
The Princess Margarita of Romania Foundation has organised an anniversary event at the National Theater to celebrate 30 years since the organization was founded. The event will be attended by Her Majesty Margareta, Prince Radu, and Princess Sofia, as well as personalities from the country and abroad who have supported the foundation since 1990: collaborators, sponsors, partners, volunteers, and members of today’s collective of the foundation. Only those with invitations will be able to attend. 

Saturday, 18 January, at 2:30pm
Romanian television will present, on TVR1, a special edition of the show “The King’s Hour”. The show can be watched the same day on TVR Moldova at 3:00pm and on TVR International at 5:00pm. 

Saturday, 18 January, at 7:00pm
Live broadcast of the Royal Concert from the Romanian Athenaeum on TVR3 and Radio Romania Music. 

Saturday, 18 January, at 7:00pm
A gala concert will be held at the Romanian Athenaeum in the presence of Custodian of the Crown Margareta, Prince Radu, and Princess Sofia, along with one hundred people from the country and abroad who have supported the Royal Family since the early days of 1990. Also, there are invited 600 guests from Romania, representatives of all areas of Romanian life, with whom the Royal Family has collaborated during the past thirty years. Only those with invitations will be able to attend. 

On the stage of the Athenaeum, great personalities of today’s Romanian music will rise. Conductor Tiberiu Soare will lead the Royal Chamber and the Royal Choir. Along with them will play violinist Remus Azoiței, pianist Alexandra Dăriescu, soprano Valentina Nafornița, tenor Teodor Ilincăi, and as guest of honor, soprano Nelly Miricioiu. 

Saturday, 18 January, at 11:45pm
TVR1 will broadcast the concert “Margareta. Trei decenii ale Coroanei” from the Romanian Athenaeum.

According to the website of Casa Regala, these events will be attended by Custodian of the Crown Margarita, Prince Radu, Princess Helen, Mr. Alexander Nixon, and Princess Sophie. For whatever reason, Princess Marie of Romania as well as Prince Nicholas and Princess Alina-Maria of Romania, the youngest sister and nephew and niece of the Custodian of the Crown, respectively, do not appear to have been invited to this family celebration. Besides those already mentioned, the attendance of French journalist Stéphane Bern, Swedish royal reporter Roger Lundgren, and Belgian aristocrat Marquis Olivier de Trazegnies. Crown Prince Leka of Albania is the only foreign royal who will be present for the weekend’s festivities.

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