Celebrating & Networking in the best German Tradition.
Welcome program at 20:00
by Wiesensteiger Straßenmusikanten and Jürgen Raizner
- Mrs. Swantje Kortemeyer, Director of Economic Department at German Embassy – representing the Ambassador at our event.
- Mr. Radu Gorincioi, National Coordinator of EU Strategy for Danube Region (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
The venue: Beraria H
More than an excelent location for celebrating together. The largest beer-hall in South-Eastern Europe is not just a huge place. It is well known for organizing fantastic events. Highly professional in welcoming guests, Beraria H offers a unique athmosphere for this German-Romanian Night.
Beraria H organizes and manages the German-Romanian Night. For reservations and any question on special offers, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Promoting German – Romanian Collaboration
Steinbeis Transfer Management is co-organizer of the event in Bucharest. German and Romanian enterprises and people work a lot together and we think that more collaboration is possible, but it is also time to celebrate more together, because more is better.
Right next to the German Unity Day (Tag der Deutschen Einheit / 03.10.2018) this event perfectly justifies celebrations.
Become premium partner and enjoy the event in best way. VIP offers are available for those participants who want to invite business partners or customers. Use exhibition areas for presentations. You also can make group reservations for your employees. Become visible at the event and show how attractive your company is.
A German-Romanian Night in Bucharest, or a sort of Beer Festival, becomes authentic with music made by a real German music group – the “Wiesensteiger Straßenmusikanten”.
Founded in 1986, the Wiesensteiger Straßenmusikanten are a slightly different music club. The band is made up of 14 musicians, most of whom are masters of several instruments and provide the typical live sound of German musicians – what is known as “Octoberfest Style”. Four musicians are also on stage as singers. The repertoire includes not only traditional folk music but also hits, evergreens as well as the most recent mood tracks. Good humor and fun music made the Wiesensteiger Straßenmusikanten well known in Stuttgart Region and beyond. Occasionally performances take place all over Germany. The focus is on engagements to which the Wiesensteiger Straßenmusikanten are committed year after year. Most of their performances take place at street and tent festivals. In addition, company anniversaries or wedding parties. 3 CDs were recorded. Wiesensteiger Straßenmusikanten are named after their regional origin, the town of Wiesensteig in Stuttgart region, Germany. | Festival Pics. Example.