Tiberiu Soare

Performance: Swedish Musica Vitae Orchestra under the baton of Tiberiu Soare

Where: Avra, Aegina

When: 12 August 2015

Born in Bucharest, Tiberiu Soare is a graduate of the National University of Music in Bucharest with Ludovic Ludovic Bács and Petru Andriesei and of Reader University Ion Popescu.

He has conducted orchestras and operas in Romania and on tours in Hungary, Israel, Poland, China, Germany and Switzerland. He has collaborated with prestigious artists such as Angela Gheorghiu, Eduard Tumagian, Viniciu Moroianu, Alexandre Dubach, Daniel Kientzy, Pompeiu Hărăşteanu, Marin Cazacu, Alexandru Tomescu, Horia Mihail, Răzvan Suma, Mihaela Martin, Nobuko Imai, Alina Cojocaru, Daniel Magdal, Felicia Filip, Ophelie Galliard, Teodora Gheorghiu and many others.

In 2014 Tiberiu Soare conducted the opening night of Münchausen the opera by Dan Dediu in Romania for the Profil contemporary music ensemble, being its conductor since 2002. With the same ensemble he debuted at the “George Enescu” International Festival (2005 edition) and has recorded 2 CDs with contemporary Romanian music.

His repertoire is vast and diverse, comprising symphonic and vocal-symphonic works. The operas and concerts conducted by Tiberiu Soare were enthusiastically received by critics and audience. With a complex conducting vision, he is a tireless promoter of contemporary music, having conducted numerous works by Romanian composers and not only. In 2003 he was the recipient of the Musical Critics Prize; in 2006 Actualitatea muzicala magazine gave him the Award for the most convincing performance of a young artist. In 2011, Tiberiu Soare was the recipient of the Romanian Performing Artists Union Award for the first mise en scene of the opera Oedipe by George Enescu, an event which took place under the aegis of the twentieth edition of George Enescu International Festival.

Tiberiu Soare has been invited by important cultural institutions in the country, performing on tours and concerts in Switzerland, Bulgaria, Sweden, Hungary, Germany, China and Israel. Together with the National Radio Orchestra, Tiberiu Soare performed at the Shanghai World Expo (2010) and has been invited to important festivals such as Varna Summer Fest (2011), Shanghai Spring International Music Festival as well as Balchik Classic Days (2013), World Summit on Media for Children – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2014).
In 2013 and 2014, soprano Angela Gheorghiu, conductor Tiberiu Soare and the National Radio Orchestra of Romania launched two albums with Romanian and international carols under the Mediapro Music label. Other recent recordings with the National Radio Orchestra (Casa Radio Publishing House) are the Second Symphony by Enescu (2014) and Manfred Symphony by Tchaikosvksy (2015).

Tiberiu Soare was principal conductor with the National Opera Orchestra in Bucharest (2007-2012) and with the Radio Orchestra and Choirs (2012-2014). He conducted prestigious orchestras such as Royal Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, the Prague Radio Orchestra and worked with soprano Angela Gheorghiu for concerts in Prague, Munich, Paris (Opéra Royal de Versailles), Vienna (Konzerthaus) etc.

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