The jury of the Constantin Brâncoveanu Awards, organized by the Alexandrion Foundation, gathered on Friday, March 22nd, to set the timetable for the events of the year 2019.

The calendar of events organized by the Alexandrion Foundation in 2019.

The jury members decided that the Constantin Brâncoveanu Diaspora Gala Awards would be held on May 29 in Paris. Thus, starting with Monday, March 25, 2019, the list of nominations for the Constantin Brâncoveanu Diaspora Awards is opened. Proposals can be submitted by April 15, 2019 to: office@ or at the Alexandrion Foundation headquarters: Str. Nicolae Grigorescu, 19 A, Otopeni. Any proposal must be accompanied by a written justification (no more than one A4 page).

The tradition of organizing the Constantin Brâncoveanu Awards Gala in Bucharest will be preserved and the event will be scheduled in autumn for the end of September, early October.

Proposals and nominations for the Constantin Brâncoveanu Awards in Bucharest may be sent to the same addresses from June 3, 2019 until August 30, 2019.

The jury meeting was chaired by Academician Răzvan Theodorescu, Executive President of the Constantin Brâncoveanu Awards. The Jury of Constantin Brâncoveanu Awards 2019 is structured as follows:

  • Acad. Răzvan Theodorescu – executive president;
  • Acad. Dan Berindei – Chairman;
  • Prof. Andrei Marga – Vice-President;
  • Acad. Dumitru Radu Popescu;
  • Prof. univ. dr. Mihai Retegan;
  • Prof. Dr. Marian Moiceanu, Rector of UAUIM;
  • Stefan Ramnicanu, plastic artist;
  • Magda Mihăilescu, film critic;
  • Natalia Stancu, film critic;
  • Dumitru Constantin – the jury secretary.

The exact dates for Matei Brancoveanu’s Gala Awards and the Constantin Brâncoveanu International Awards will be set during the next meeting of the Jury.

The Constantin Brâncoveanu Awards Gala will have in 2019 at its sixth edition. In 2018, the 5th edition in Bucharest took place under the sign of the Centenary of the Union in 1918, in the Royal Palace. Then Nawaf Salameh, founder and president of the Alexandrion Foundation, opened the gala with a speech in which he underlined the purpose of this project: to give something back to society through the support of those who bring added value and who are true leaders in their fields. The Constantin Brâncoveanu Awards for Diaspora have already  been organized in London, Nicosia and Munich. The International Awards Constantin Brâncoveanu represents the major step made by the Alexandrion Foundation in the recognition of international values.