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Moroianu Mioara

Mioara Moroianu was born in Bucharest. She attended the piano classes of Carmen Runceanu at the “George Enescu” Music Highschool (Bucharest). In 1987 she graduated the Bucharest Conservatory, (the new U.N.M.B.) where she worked with Prof Octavian Rațiu. She furthered her study with Maestro Ștefan Gheorghiu and went on to receive a special reward at the “Henryk Wienianwski” International competition in Lublin, Poland (1982). She also received other prizes and won national competitions in 1975, and 1980-1983, including the medal of “Cultural Merit” in 2004.

She appears on stage as an orchestra soloist, in recitals and chamber ensembles, and was a member of the “Paul Constantinescu” Philharmonic Ploiești (1987-1990). In 1990 she joined the “George Enescu” Philharmonic in Bucharest as first violonist, between 1998 and 2002 she was the first chair second violonist, playing in many European countries and in Asia, making radio and TV recordings. She’s also a member of the “Virtuous in Bucharest” chamber music orchestra, “Armonia” quartet, and a collaborator with the “Romantica” Trio and Art Musik Quartet. In 2005 she was invited to the Euskadi Symphonic Orchestra of San Sebastian, Spania as first chair violonist. There, she played five concerts from the season “The Art of understanding music”. Mioara Moroianu partook in groups who performed works by George Enescu, for example the Octet for strings with “Arte Nova” under the baton of Horia Andreescu and Cristian Mandeal, the premiere of the Trio in A minor (the transcription of Pascal Benetoiu 2007) and “Ville d’Avrav” Nocturne in 2009, for which she was joined by Viniciu Moroianu, Laura Buruiana, Florin Matei and Dan Joitoiu.