Have you ever been in Brasov? If not, I will convince you to go there, because it’s a very beautifull town.

Brasov is very clean and organized. Ist is a country with 280,000 inhabitants, a settlement with a medieval era that retain many buildings, and it’s situated at crossoards of important trade routes. Brasov possess an mountain surface. The most important mountains are: Munţii Făgăraş (with vf. Moldoveanu of 2.544 m), Munţii Piatra Craiului, Munţii Bucegi (with vf. Omu of 2.505m), Munţii Ciucaş etc. I climbed on varful Omu, it was very exciting! It is true that it tooked us 3 hours to rich the top, but it worths . You won’t be dissapointed.

Well the mountains aren’t actually the only attractions, Brasov has very beautiful places and has many pedestrian, which the tourists first visit. There are restaorans and club’s . For example, I sang in Dan’s Irish club with Haydn Dean the owner of it. It was for the first time when I sang with an orchestra, nothing is more beautiful than hearing each instrument how it sounds!

So if you want to climb a mountain, to drink a caffe or hear good musik, I’ll suggest you too visit Brasov. It is a very interesting place.

Chitiul Bernice 3 Dec. 2009


08 October2019 · Florin Chitiul · 0 Comments

The art of Connecting with People

What means the Art of Connecting with People to you?

What does friendship mean to you? Who are your best friends and what goals do you have in common?


Philia, Storge, Agape Eros, Ludus, Mania, Pragma


Most people fail to understand the difference between the real and fictional/surface friends. We are human beings that have been born with the need to be loved and thus feel the need to connect and love in return. Yet how do you see giving and receiving love? Many perceive love differently and thus show it in different ways. Some people describe it as cuddling, talking with each other when in need or sad, sending hello messages every day, posting pics together on social media etc. My point is that true love, I am referring here for the time being to the “Agape” type of love - as there are many types of love, thanks to the Greek vocabulary - could be manifested through the active exchange of experiences, thoughts, ideas, goals and LASTLY feelings. From my point of view feelings cloud any possible straight judgement. Or - to please some of you out there - feelings are just the cherry on the cake, a bonus. This - I dare say - very well addresses the other love type, “Storge”, found in relationships too. (Don't throw anything at me yet :) - if you experience the following types of love in your relationship: eros, ludus, mania or pragma - you might need to do some introspection in your life).

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13 May2018 · 3 Comments

When everybody's having fun, and I decide to practice..:)

Highlight your scores properly, so that you may be able to read them in any circumstances :D

While traveling back to UK in a cab from Luton, this rather weird but also interesting blue light provoked my imagination. It really felt as if I was pleasing my friends by attending their party and I brought the scores with me, just in case - there might be quite a waste of time. Just accepted to be there physically, but somewhere else with my mind… within the realms of chords and words that I need to learn by heart as there will be soon rehearsals!!!!

We never know, highlight your words properly singers!! So that you may be able to read the scores in any circumstances :). I thought to myself that even if in reality I would have been indeed asked kindly to attend a party without having the option to refuse, I would have acted the same way :) or bring a book to read.

I'm sorry, I am very selfish right now. :D


24 April2018 · 1 Comment



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24 April2018 · 0 Comments

I invite you to follow some of my personal studies on various topics along my specialization in music and not only. Any mistake can be amended or even directly corrected by yourself. In any case you'll need to make an account before posting any suggestion, asking a question or make a page correction.

Thank you, Berniceya.

  • by Florin Chitiul