Under the guidance of distinguished maestros such as Petru Andriesei, Horia Andreescu and Ilarion Ionescu Galati, Constantin Grigore studied orchestral conducting at the National University of Music Bucharest.
He pursued his studies at the Karol Lipinski Academy of Music, Wroclaw, under the guidance of the Polish conductor Marek Pijarowski. In addition to his academic studies, Constantin Adrian Grigore has participated in many conducting masterclasses, such as the International Masterclass for Orchestral Conducting and Phenomenology of Music (Craiova 2012 – prof. Konrad von Abel), Wiener Meisterkurse (Viena 2008 – prof. Salvador mas Conde), The Roads of Romanticism (Warshaw 2006 – prof. Marek Pijarowski) and in 2013-2015, he took part in masterclasses held by Jin Wang, Jorma Panula, Mark Stringer or Nicolas Pasquet.
Constantin Grigore is one of the founding members and the principal conductor of the Royal Camerata Orchestra. At the lectern of the Royal Camerata Orchestra he has held numerous concerts in Romania and abroad in countries such as Albania, Republic of Moldavia, Poland and Germany. In January 2016 conductor and orchestra performed at the Mozart Saal from Wiener Konzerthaus.
In 2017, he was invited to conduct the Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liege, and embarked on a 7 concerts tour in the cities of Liege (Philharmonic Hall), Bruxelles (Bozar), Ath, Ottignes and Namur.
At the prsent, Constantin Grigore is the Artistic Director and the Principal Conductor of the Royal Camerata Orchestra and the Artistic Director of the Sibiu State Philharmonic Orchestra.
AUGUST 14-16, 2017 | SIBIU, ROMANIA
Classics for Pleasure
- Constantin Adrian Grigore
- Symphonic Pops
- Cristian Mogosan
- Florin Estefan
- Hector Lopez
- National Chamber Choir Madrigal
- Anna Ungureanu
- Royal Camerata
- Wojciech Rodek
- Adela Liculescu
- Iulian Sandu
- Adonis Tanta
- Alice Bacalu
- Anca Opris Popdan
- Alin Stoica
- Ilarion Ionescu Galati
- Ioan Hotea
- Serban Vasile
- Silvia Micu
- The State Philharmonic of Sibiu
Under the guidance of distinguished maestros such as Petru Andriesei, Horia Andreescu and Ilarion Ionescu Galati, Constantin Grigore studied orchestral conducting at the National University of Music Bucharest.
A symbol of the PROMS of Delight concerts, created by Elite Art Club UNESCO, Symphonic Pops is a new and exciting orchestra on the musical scene of the country. It comprises members of the George Enescu Philharmonic, the National Radio Orchestra and the Big Band Radio. Starting from the classical formula of a symphonic orchestra, Symphonic Pops is enhanced with rhythm and big band sections, thus creating an ample, modern sonority, with amazing flexibility. This allows the orchestra to take on all types of repertoire – from classic to symphonic jazz, from pop to waltzes and polkas – thus creating a musical atmosphere which impresses all music lovers. Throughout its history, the orchestra has had at its lectern exceptional conductors such as Ilarion Ionescu Galati, Tiberiu Soare, Ionel Tudor, Cristian Florea.
Winner of the Best Solist of the Year Award (National Prize Gala, Iasi, 2013) and V.I.P. For the best opera soloist of the year (Bucharest 2012), Cristian Mogosan is currently employed by the National Opera House Cluj and also guest of works and philharmonics, both in the country and abroad. He has performed opera and concerts in Switzerland, France, Belgium, Israel, China, Russia and Finland.
Born in 1983, tenor Cristian Mogosan was formed at the Cluj music school, being a graduate of the Gheorghe Dima Academy of Music, Faculty of Scenic Art, in the Lect class. Dr. Gheorghe Mogosan. After graduating, in 2006, she attended the Masters Degree Program in Solstice Interpretation at the same faculty, under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Ionel Pantea.
He has participated in world class masterclasses such as Laurent Pillo, Margaret Hoing, John Norris, Mariana Nicolesco, Ion Buzea, Viorica Cortez and Rockwell Blake.
Cristian Mogosan is currently employed by the National Opera House in Cluj. He is a regular guest of the National Opera House in Bucharest, the National Opera House in Timisoara and the National Radio Orchestra among many others.
His achievements include the First Prize at the Romanian Lied Contest – Brasov (2004), the First Prize at the Hariclea Darclee – Braila International Singing Competition (2010) and the First Prize at the Voice Interpretation Competition Sabin Dragoi (2011).
Baritone Florin Estefan was born in Oradea on April 10, 1982. In 2004 he graduated from the University of Music in Oradea where he studied under the guidance of professor Alexandru Farcas and professor Gheorghe Mogosan.
At the age of 20, when he was in his second year of college, he received solo at the Romanian National Opera in Cluj, where he worked for four years. She has participated in numerous competitions including: Hariclea Darclee’s International Canto Competition (where she won the First Prize), the All International Prize (Special Prize), the National Concert Contest for Conducting Ionel Perlea (1st Prize), the International Voice Interpretation Contest Sabin Dragoi (1st Prize) and the National Contest of the Romanian Lied (where he received the Excellency Award for the Romanian Lied Promotion).
In December 2007, he graduated from Cardiff’s International Academy of Voice, where he starred the well-known tenor Dennis O’Neill. She has participated in numerous masterclasses by renowned professors such as Sherrill Miles, Ileana Cotrubas, Dame Ann Murray, Jane Eaglen, Bernd Weikl, Elizabeth Connell, Carol Vaness and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa.
During her career, Florin Estefan has performed concerts on numerous scenes both in Romania and abroad in countries such as Greece, Austia, Italy, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Ireland, Japan, the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom. His vocal and symphonic repertoire includes works such as Symphony IX by L. van Beethoven, Câcilienmesse by J. Haydn, Requiem by WA Mozart, Petite Messe Solennelle by G. Rossini, Carmina Burana by C. Orff, Requiem by G. Fauré , The Songs and Dances of Death by M. Musorgski.
Hector Lopez began his musical studies at the Mexico City Conservatory of Music, where he studied the cello under the guidance of Sona Poshotian and the saxophone under the guidance of Joel David Katz. Canto studied under the guidance of Francisco Araiza and Irma Gonzalez. She received a scholarship from the SIVAM (International Society of Values of Mexican Art) organization that allowed her to work with masters such as Renata Scotto, Enrique Patrón, Teresa Rodriguez, Nico Castel, Denise Massé and Joan Dornemann. He has performed concerts in Mexico, the United States, Spain, Italy under the guidance of Masters Placido Domingo, Enrique Patrón, Alfredo Silipigni, Enrique Ricci, Cristian Mandeal and Christian Badea. In 2003 he won the national canto competition Carlo Morelli and received a scholarship at the Portland Opera Performance Institute where he studied under Masters Tito Capobianco, Justino Diaz, Shirley Verret, Daniel Orlando and David Lofton. He studied with Dante Mazzola, Enza Ferrari, Umberto Finazzi and Marco Gandini of the Academy of the Scala. In 2004, Ludovic Spiess, one of Rome’s most famous tenors, asked Mr. Lopez to collaborate with the National Opera House in Bucharest, with whom he has worked until now. Among the musical institutions with which we collaborate most often we can remember the National Opera in Chisinau, the Zamkatu Opera in Szczecin, the Radio Orchestra in Bucharest and the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra. In Bucharest he studied under the guidance of Spiess and Cornel Stavru, another extraordinary novel tenor. He has participated in numerous master classes with teachers such as Viorica Cortez, Ion Piso, Ionel Pantea, Eduard Tumagian, Nelly Miricioiu, Kaludi Kaludov and Sorina Munteanu.
Five years after its birth, the National Chamber Choir Madrigal received the UNICEF medal and 3 years later the prestigious Prize of the German Musical Critique. Numerous other prizes followed such as Il Saggitario D’oro, in Italy – 1976, Medaille En Vermeil – Luxembourg 1979, the Honorary Diploma and the Grand Duc Adolf Prize in 1979, the ATM Exceptional Prize in 1979, the Honorary Diploma of the Romanian Composer and Musicologists Union in 1985 and in 1993.
In 1992 the Madrigal Choir was declared at Paris a part of the “UNESCO World Heritage List”. In 2003 the National Chamber Choir Madrigal received on behalf of the Romanian Presidency the Grand Order of Commander. Other important distinctions followed: the „American Biographical Institute” diploma, the Enescu and Eminescu medals, the Orthodox Patriarchal Cross. Since 1964, the Madrigal Choir has participated in all the editions of the George Enescu International Festival. Since 1969, the Madrigal Choir has regularly sustained concerts in the USA, Canada, Europe and Asia, amounting to a total of 4100 concerts out of which 1980 were abroad.
The Madrigal Miracle has flamed the imagination of many poets and composers. Miriam Marbe, Sigismund Toduță, Sabin Pauta, Tiberiu Olah, Liana Alexandra, Cornel Țăranu are just some of the Romanian composers who wrote for the choir. Out of the constellation of poets we can recall Grigore Vieru and Nichita Stănescu who wrote the most vibrant poems dedicated to the Madrigal Choir.
Specializată în arta dirijorală sub atenta observație a renumiților muzicieni Marin Constantin și Sharon Hansen (SUA), Anna Ungureanu a susținut concerte în România, Germania, Rusia, Japonia, Turcia, Serbia, Cehia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Polonia și Belgia. Începând din anul 2011, Anna Ungureanu, doctor în muzică și unul dintre dirijorii Madrigalului, ocupă poziția de Director Artistic și Dirijor Principal al Programului Național Cantus Mundi inițiat de dirijorul Ion Marin, ce are ca scop impulsionarea, susținerea și promovarea mișcării corale la nivelul tuturor instituților de învățământ din România. Experiența profesională obținută în preajma fondatorului Corului Național de Cameră Madrigal, maestrul Marin Constantin, alături de care a petrecut aproape 9 ani, o recomandă ca discipol și continuator al legendarului muzician.
Romanian Royal Camerata was born at the initiative of 22 students and graduates of the National University of Music from Bucharest and their desire to organise a professional orchestra, able to contribute to the promotion and development of young musicians in Romania. His Royal Highness Prince Radu of Romania honoured the proposal of the founding members and offered them his High Patronage.
The Romanian Royal Camerata was inaugurated on the 13th of December, 2009, during a concert of Romanian classical music, placed in “George Enescu” hall of the National University of Music, in Bucharest.
The high artistic level of the performances is due to the enthusiasm, passion for music and inner energy of the group, but also to the exceptional talented individual members.
The Romanian Royal Camerata is an unite and homogeneous group who keeps itself open to changes and new ideas. In order to find the most appropriate sonority, the Romanian Royal Camerata has highly original stage appearances.
Although a young orchestra, the Romanian Royal Camerata has worked with leading figures from the music world like Maestro Jin Wang, Zhani Ciko (Tirana Opera Director), Maestro Wolfgang Doerner (Austria), Maestro Enrique Garcia Asensio (Spain), Maestro Rony Rogoff (violonist and conductor USA), Dumitru Goia, young conductors like Constantin Adrian Grigore, Cristian Lupes, the violoniste Cristina Anghelescu, Ioana Goicea and Simina Croitoru, the percussionist Alexandru Anastasiu, the mezzo soprano Marianne Cornetti ( USA) and the soprano Nelly Miricioiu.
The Romanian Royal Camerata performed at the Romanian Atheneum and in the above mentioned hall of the National University of Music from Bucharest, and was invited to perform at important ceremonies of the Romanian Royal House, such as the Anniversary of the Jubilee of Prince Radu of Romania or the Coronation of Prince Nicolae of Romania with the title of Royal Highness, the celebration of the 90 birthday of His Majesty King Michael I. At present, the Romanian Royal Camerata is preparing a national and international promoting tour in Romania, as well as in Albania.
Among the Royal Camerata’s projects we can mention the invitation in the Royal Festival Orchestras Euro 2011 – Poland where it was accepted to represent Romania, the direct involvement in the International Festival Little Paris-Bucharest in august 2011, and in the second edition of the International Conducting Competition Jeunesses Musicales Bucharest, the Royal Camerata’s participation in the International Festival of Francophone with a tour of three concerts in Albania (Korca, Durres, Tirana). The highlight of 2011 was the concert in the George Enescu International Festival.
In may 2012 Royal Camerata was invited to assist Maestro Asensio in the conducting masterclasses of the first International Sergiu Celibidache Festival, in September it was chosen by Il Divo to accompany them in their first concert in Romania, and in October Royal Camerata had a project with the famous National Chamber Choir Madrigal.
Wojciech Rodek is the Artistic Director of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Henryk Wieniawski in Lublin and the Lodz Opera House. He teaches dirjatul at the Academy of Music in Wroclaw. Born in 1977 in Brzeg, Poland Wojciech Rodek graduated from the Wroclaw Academy of Music Academy under the guidance of Professor Marek Pijarowski in 2003 and in 2007 he earned his doctorate in musical art.
In 2002, he won the 2nd prize at the third edition of the Witold Lutoslawski Conducting Contest in Bialystok. In 2005 he obtained the position of assistant conductor at the Warsaw National Philharmonic and in 2011 he won the Drama Prize of Music. J. Kiepura for best conductor.
He has directed numerous European orchestras including the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, Warsaw Symphony Orchestra, Polish Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Poland Warsaw Warsaw Radio Symphony, Iuventus Symphony Orchestra, Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra, Ankara Presidential Symphony Orchestra, Antalya State Symphony Orchestra, The State Symphony Orchestra in Izmir, the European Orchestra Johann Strauss and the orchestras in Gdansk, Poznan, Krakow, Lodz, Wroclaw and Bydgoszcz.
During his career he collaborated with outstanding artists such as Rafal Blechacz, Idil Biret, Gulsin Onay, Ingolf Wunder, Alexander Markov, Michael Vaiman, Alexandre Dubach, Gavriel Lipkind, Valentina Igoshina, Lukas Geniusas, Johannes Moser, Gautier Capucon. Wojciech’s discography includes numerous recordings with the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, Varsovia Sinfonia, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, and Warsaw Radio Polish Orchestra.
Adela Liculescu was born in 1993 in Craiova and since 2012 she is a student of the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna at the piano class of professor Martin Hughes. Since 2016, Adela is also studying musical composition at the same university.
In November 2015, Adela won the first prize at the Bösendorfer Contest in Vienna. In the final stage, which took place at the Schönbrunn Palace Theater, Adela performed Concerto no. 2 for the Beethoven piano, along with the Chamber Orchestra of Vienna, conducted by Master Stefan Vladar. Other awards include: Yamaha Austria (2017), second prize at the Cantù orchestra concert competition (Italy, 2015), the award for best Romanian pianist (semifinalist) at the George Enescu Contest Bucharest ( 2014), V Prize and Special Prize Molly Joó-Máthé at the 14th International Beethoven Piano Competition in Vienna (2013), 1st prize at Elena Rombro-Stepanow Klavierwettbewerb in Vienna (2012), 1st Prize At the Carl Filtsch Contest in Sibiu (2009, 2006, 2002), 1st Prize at the Orange Awards for Young Musicians (Bucharest 2008). In all the high school years, Adela won the first prize at the National Instrumental Interpretation Olimpia.
Adela often plays in chamber music bands, and among the musicians with whom she had the honor to collaborate, are: Alexander Sitkovetsky, Natalia Lomeiko, Corinne Chapelle, Diana Ketler, Razvan Popovici, Julian Arp, Erich Oskar Huetter, Barnabás Kelemen, Maxim Rysanov , Maria Kliegel, Christine Hoock, Mirabela Dina, Domenico Nordio, László Fenyö, Boris Andrianov etc.
Iulian Ioan Sandu debuted on the stage of the National Opera Iasi with the role of Frosch from the Lilacul operetta in 2000. The audience had the opportunity to see him in numerous compositions, from famous operettes (Sange Vienez, Vaduva Vesela, Mam’zelle Nitouche) As well as musicals (Sound of Music, Cabaret) and works (Tosca, Boema, Traviata, Galante, etc.).
Also, since 2004, she has been a soloist of the Nae Leonard Musical Theater in Galati, as well as a guest soloist from other national institutions in the country.
Iulian Ioan Sandu has chosen a second specialization and although he is a graduate of the Academy of Music Gh. Dima Cluj Napoca, specializing in Directing and Performing Arts / Choreography, he won with his debut performance Peter Pan the Best Performance For children at the National Opera Awards Gala 2015.
The young director continues to specialize in children’s performances, setting up this year at the National Opera House of Cluj, Fata Mosului and Babei Fata. Also, the young debutant director is currently the co-ordinator of the educational program “Let’s Know the Opera”, dedicated to students of grades 0 through 8, through which they are introduced into the details behind the stage.
Adonis Tanta was born in 1994 and, despite his young age, he can boast an impressive resume. Currently, Adonis is a student at Gh.Dima Academy of Music in Cluj Napoca, collaborator of the Romanian National Opera in Cluj Napoca and freelancer. In addition, he is a coordinator and performer of the SoundReactor platform, which is part of the Independent Theater of Creation and Experimental Theater in Cluj. In 2016 he was awarded the Best Young Artist Prize at the National Contest of the Romanian Lied. She participated in two editions of the Artistic Mastery Courses supported by Mariana Nicolesco. Among his most important roles we can mention Peter Pan in the performance Peter Pan of the National Opera in Cluj and Buddy / Adonis from the 2% experimental show, selected at Opera Fringe Festival Bucharest 2016.
Alice Bacalu is a graduate of the Gheorghe Dima Academy of Music in Cluj-Napoca, at the prof. Elena Moldovan, being a master student at the same institution. Currently she is a member of the choir of the Transylvania Philharmonic in Cluj-Napoca.
As a soloist, she is a laureate of the Romanian Lied Contest in Bucharest, and won the First Prize at the Paul Constantinescu Contest in Ploiesti. The first prize also took place at the Deva Contest, and in Râmnicul Vâlcea he won the Grand Canto Classic Trophy. He participated in mastery courses supported by Ionel Pantea and Leontina Văduva.
He played on the stage of the Romanian Opera in Cluj-Napoca in the Peter Pan musicals and the Sound of Music, as well as the role of Adina in the Elixir of Love by Gaetano Donizetti. She debuted with the role of Annina in the opera La Traviata by G. Verdi at the National Theater in Targu Mures.
Graduate of the choreography and dramatic art school O.Stroia from Cluj-Napoca (1986), she is engaged in the ballet body of the Romanian National Opera Cluj-Napoca and since 1989 she starts her first solo career in the same ensemble.
Between 1998 and 2004 he attended the courses of the Faculty of Fine Arts specialized in choreography pedagogy at Gh.Dima Cluj-Napoca Academy of Music and in the same year he became a collaborating professor at the choreography and dramatic art school O.Stroia.
Besides the Cluj ballet, he played tours in Germany, Austria, Italy, Holland, Luxembourg, Switzerland, France and China.
His rich artistic activity was rewarded with distinctions such as: The Lya Hubic Trophy at the Golden Opera Festival of the Opera, the Classical Merit Medal Class II Performance Art and the Award for the All Activity Awarded at the National Opera Gala, Iasi 2015.
An outstanding graduate of the Bucharest Conservatoire, in the class of master Ionel Voineag, Alin Stoica, has quickly climbed but deserved the steps of his artistic becoming.
The artist has scores of prizes at national and international competitions and festivals. Among them, the Grand Prize at the National Concert and Musical Concert Paul Constantinescu, the Special Prize of the Jury and the Special Prize of the Ion Dacian Operetta Theater at the Ion Dacian Trophy Contest, the George Enescu Special Prize at the Victor Giuleanu Contest, the Prize Of Excellence at the Romanian Lied Festival. She was a finalist at Hariclea Darclee International Festival and Competition, and a finalist of the Le Grand Prix de l’Opéra, where she received a special prize. He was selected in the top 60 contestants in the world at Placido Domingo’s prestigious “Opera” singing competition.
He attended several prestigious masterclass sessions by Rockwell Blake and Liora Maurer (Metropolitan Opera), Theodore Coresi (Vienna Opera House), Mariana Nicolescu, Marina Krilovici and Marius Budoiu.
He has concerts on many scenes of the country with the Bucharest Symphony Orchestra, the Radio Orchestra, the State Philharmonic Orchestra in Sibiu, the Philharmonic Orchestra in Bucharest. He has also collaborated with the prestigious German orchestra Munchner Philarmoniker.
He has evolved in lyrical casts and has performed remarkable recitals in Australia, Japan, Turkey, Germany. Italy and Austria.
Year 2017 is, so far, the magical year of the young Roman tenor. He becomes a soloist of the Romanian National Opera Bucharest, performing on the stage with huge success in the audience, the main roles Alfredo in Traviata by G.Verdi and Rodolfo in Boema by Giacomo Puccini.
Born in 1937 in Iasi, he began studying music at the age of three and a half years with his father, amateur musician of distinguished intellectual fact.
During the Conservatory he starts his solo career and gets the Enescu Scholarship through the contest. He obtained distinctions at the Republican Festivals and in 1959-1960 he won the First Prize at the National Enescu Contest.
He is the first Romanian performer of the Concerto No 1 for violin and the orchestra of Sostakovich in 1957 -1958 with the Cinematography Orchestra. She appears as a soloist in numerous symphonic and chamber concerts with the G Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra Bucharest, whose member became after the graduation of the Conservatory.
Between 1958 and 1968 he has soloist activity with all the Romanian symphonic bands including Radio Orchestra and G Enescu Philharmonic under the guitars of the conductors: Gika Zdravkovici, Mircea Basarab, Djura Jaccici, Mircea Christescu, Paul Popescu. In parallel with his solo work, he is conducting courses with masters Emanoil Elenescu and Mircea Basarab, and is awarded with a French scholarship scholarship in Paris, followed by three years of Orchestra courses directed by the orchestra at Ecole Normale Superieure de Musique under the guidance of Charles masters Munch and Pierre Dervaux.
He graduated with the maximum grade of unanimous jury in 1968 and became conductor by contest of the Brasov Philharmonic.
In 1970, he is an American State Scholar at New York undergraduate courses with Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Curtis Institute with Eugen Ormandy.
Considered by the specialized press both in the country and abroad, the prestigious conductor is invited in the following years to perform concerts with the philharmonic orchestras of Austria, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Turkey, Greece, Russia, China, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Philippines, Mexico, Sweden, Norway, etc.
Named the orchestra-man, the painter conductor, a prince of the wand by specialist criticism, his absolute hearing is proverbial and has always preceded him. He is a Honorary Citizen of the cities: Ploiesti, Brasov, Targu Mures is also a Honorary Member of Japan’s Sazuki Academy. In 1992 she received the Diploma of Honor of the Ministry of Culture in Turkey. In 2002 he received the Great Music Critics Award and in 2004 he received the Order of Cultural Merit as a Grand Officer.
The winner of the first prize at the International Opera Singing Contest, organized by the Royal Opera House in London and patronized by the famous tenor Placido Domingo, tenor Ioan Hotea is already an important name on the international opera stages.
Ioan Hotea is a young lyrical tenor, born in 1990 in Baia Mare. He graduated from the National Music University in Bucharest, and since 2011 he is an artist of the National Opera House (ONB). Recently he made his debut on many European scenes: the Vienna State Opera in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Cosm fan tutte, in Zurich in Don Pasquale by Gaetano Donizetti, and his debut in Paris and made him on stage at the Opera Bastille Tebaldo’s I Capuletti ei Montecchi by Vincenzo Bellini.
Among his most important concerts we can remember the concert held at the Theater an der Wien with the famous soprano Edita Gruberová and two shows, namely I due Foscari (The two Foscars) by Giuseppe Verdi at the Theater an der Wien and Amelia al ballo by Giancarlo Menotti The Monte Carlo Opera, where he collaborated with the legendary Plácido Domingo.
Two years ago he was invited to play Alfredo in the opera La traviata by Giuseppe Verdi with the Wuhan State Philharmonic and the great soprano Liping Zhang.
The following projects include debuts in I Puritani, La Sonnambula by V. Bellini and Manon by Jules Massenet.
Baritone Serban Vasile is one of the youngest representatives of the new generation of artists both in Romania and abroad.
Successfully affirmed on some of the most important lyrical scenes, including Metropolitan Opera House New York under the baton of the legendary James Levine and Amsterdam National Opera in Holland under the musical direction of Master Daniele Gatti.
In Italy he has collaborated with theaters such as Teatro di Opera di Firenze, Teatro di Opera di Roma, Teatro di Opera Como, Teatro di Opera di Brescia, Opera Cairo (Egypt), Israel Opera Tel Aviv, and in Romania since 2010 Collaborates with the National Opera in Bucharest, the Romanian Opera Iasi, the Romanian Opera in Craiova, the Romanian Athenaeum Bucharest – the Bucharest Philharmonic, the Radio Hall – the Studio Mihail Jora Bucharest.
He debuted in important roles, repertoire or opera including Figaro (Il Barbiere di Siviglia – Rossini), Dandini (La Cenerentola – Rossini), Rodrigo (Don Carlo – Verdi), Ford (Falstaff – Verdi), Conte de Luna -Verdi), Germont (La Traviata-Verdi), Malatesta (Don Pasquale-Donizetti), Enrico (Lucia di Lammermoor -Donizetti) Silvio (Pagliacci-Leoncavallo) etc., but also Mahler 8th Symphony.
Born in Codlea, Silvia studied piano for 12 years at the School of Art Tudor Ciortea of Brasov and the Music Conservatory in Verona. She studied singing at the National Music University of Bucharest with Maria Slatinaru Nistor and Cristina Soreanu. Since 2013 she has participated in master classes led by famous soprano Mariana Nicolesco in Romania and abroad. Start musical journey winning First Prize Contest Ionel Perlea Prize Contest Mihail Jora Prize at National Competition Lied Romanian Academy Award for Music in Verona Award Peter Maag Competition Maria Callas in Verona, First Prize in International Competition Hariclea Darclee it
Silvia’s debut at the National Opera House in Bucharest takes place in 2014 with the role of Musette. In 2015, Silvia stars Adina in Elixir of Love at the Hariclea Darclee International Festival. Among the roles studied and interpreted by Silvia was Adina in The Elixir of Love by Donizetti, Musetta in La Boheme by Puccini, Pamina, Papagena in The Magic Flute by Mozart, Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart, Juliet in Romeo and Juliet by Gounod, Zerlina in Don Giovanni.
Silvia participate in symphonic concerts in Romania and abroad, with the opportunity to interpret masterpieces such as Requiem by Mozart or the 4 Symphony of Mahler, collaborating with George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra Brasov Philharmonic Orchestra in Sibiu and Pitesti.
2016 is for the young soprano roles debut on the international scene with Mimi in La Boheme – Puccini, Countess Almaviva in The Marriage of Figaro – Mozart on the opera stage from Pforzheim and Adina in The Elixir of Love – Donizetti, on the opera stage in Wiesbaden, Germany.
In the context of the existence of a significant number of musicians and a music conservator, as well as a long tradition in the field of symphonic and opera performance, on 1 January 1949 the State Philharmonic of Sibiu, a professional institution of performances and concerts, Over 50 years of existence as a state institution presented thousands of symphonic concerts and opera music, assimilating a vast symphonic and lyrical repertoire. Numerous chronicles from Romanian and foreign newspapers and magazines have praised the musical level of Sibiu’s orchestra concerts, also mirroring the quality of radio and television recordings for disc and CD. Also, a large number of tournaments have been performed with great success both in the country and abroad – in France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Spain, Russia etc.
Together with the Sibiu Orchestra, famous Romanian and foreign artists have concerts, including Ion Voicu, Valentin Gheorghiu, Stefan Ruha (Romania), Monique de la Bruchollerie and Jean Jaques Thiollier (France), Sviatoslav Richter, Rudolf Kerer, Lazar Berman , Dimitri Baskirov (Russia), Ivry Gittlis (Switzerland), Monserrat Caballe (Spain), along with many others.