Friday's line-up is a night of passion and romance.
Anna Phoebe's fiery violin mixes Eastern and Western influences with a touch of Gypsy and, in her UK debut, Romanian singer Oana Catalina Chitu brings her rich, smokey interpretations of Maria Tanase to London - kindly supported by the Romanian Cultural Institute London and the cimbalom is generously provided by the Embassy of Hungary in London.
Find out more and book your tickets: http://bit.ly/Encounters2
Don's miss the FREE foyer performance by the Brasov String Band beginning at 18:50. Further details here: http://www.kingsplace.co.uk/songlines-encounters-festival-2014-free-foyer-programme