Ada Milea & Romulus Chiciuc [ Romania ]
Ada Milea is a singer-songwriter born in Tirgu Mures, Romania in 1975. After studying acting, she moved into music and set »Robinson Crusoe« and the story of the penguin »Apolodor« to music. She is most well-known for her musical shows based on Nickolai Gogol's short story »The Nose« and on »Don Quixote«. Milea and the violinist Romulus Chiciuc (Romania) bring the antique art of rhapsody back to life and perform epic poems accompanied by a string instrument. Romulus Chiciuc studied Acting at Babeş-Bolyai University and Violin at the Liceul de Arta Tulcea. He is a member of the European Theatre Collective, Helsinki. His latest CD is: »Finnphonia No. 5.0«. With »Inventar,« the album they produced together in 2009, the duo will present their humour and confidence one more time: »Their witty songs chase the gloom away« (Berliner Zeitung).