Alexandru Tomescu

“This Romanian has everything to become one of the violin greats of tomorrow: technique, grand sound and a noble style.” – Classica, Paris


Horia Mihail

Pianist Horia Mihail made his debut in his native city of Brașov, performing Haydn’s Concerto in D major, at the age of only ten. Since then he has performed in concert more than two hundred times, with the great majority of Romania’s symphonic orchestras, including the George Enesco Philharmonic from Bucharest and the National Radio Orchestra. “The rhythmic subtlety and articulation of the atmosphere, the sound color, have been such that this music (Prokofiev) too rarely enjoys,” wrote the Boston Globe in a review of one of his concerts.


Razvan Suma

Răzvan-Gabriel Suma is one of the most sought after Cello soloist in România. He recieved his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from the Music University in Bucharest, Romania and also studied at Longy School of Music in Cambrige, Massachusets, in the Artist Diploma program. He made masterclasess with grate cellists like Arto Noras, Frans Helmerson, Herre Jan Stegenga, Miklos Pereny, Marin Cazacu and Radu Aldulescu.


Gabriel Croitoru

An exceptional violinist, Gabriel Croitoru has conquered audiences in Romania and abroad with the mastery of his performances. Currently a soloist with the Radio Romania Orchestras and Choirs and the Paul Constantinescu Philharmonic in Ploieşti, and a member of the Transylvanian Quartet of the Transylvania Philharmonic in Cluj, Gabriel Croitoru is involved in wide-ranging projects such as The Duel of Violins and Enescu’s Violin in the Villages. He teaches at the National University of Music in Bucharest.


Cristina Anghelescu

An internationally acclaimed soloist, she has appeared at some of the most important and prestigious concert venues in the World: Das Schauspielhaus Berlin; Tchaikovsky Hall Moscow; Teatro Monumental and Auditorium Madrid; Smetana Hall Prague; St. John's, and Smith Square, London, the Finlandia Hall Helsinki.


Dana Borsan

”…a great artist, one of the most brilliant pianists…” (Actualitatea muzicala) ”…this authentic musician offered a vibrant interpretation, with a rigorous precision, a tragic sparkle and a fascinating fire) (Die Rheinpfalz) ”…the touching interpretation, the freshness, the color, the warmth of the expression, the beauty of the tone…” (Adevarul)



Created in 1973 by a few graduates of the Academy “George Enescu” of Iasi – Bujor Prelipcean, Anton Diaconu, Constantin Stanciu and Dan Prelipcean – the “Voces” quartet is now considered to be one of the first–rate groups of the musical world.


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