Vlad Stanculeasa

BIOGRAPHY

Young Swedish/Romanian violinist Vlad Stanculeasa, concertmaster of Barcelona Symphony Orchestra (OBC, leads a rich musical life as soloist, concertmaster, and chamber musician throughout Europe, Asia and South America.

As a soloist, he has performed with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra and the George Enescu Philharmonic, among others. He has collaborated as a soloist with many renowned conductors such as Kent Nagano and Han Na Chang. Stănculeasa has been a concertmaster of the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra since 2010 and of the ONE seasons 16-17 and 17-18. He was previously Concertino of the Basel Chamber Orchestra, where he often also conducted it.

Stanculeasa also frequents the chamber repertoire with some of today’s most famous musicians including Maxim Vengerov, Janine Jansen, Viktoria Mullova, Jeremy Menuhin and Ana Chumachenco. He has received important awards at the George Enescu International Violin Competition, the Renata Molinari Competition, the Valsesia Musica International Competition, and the 2007 Enescu Award for Enescu's best show Impressions d'enfance.

He studied with Alberto Lysy and Liviu Prunaru at the International Menuhin Academy of Music in Gstaad, Switzerland, and obtained a Master's degree in Music from the Lausanne Conservatory under the tutelage of Pierre Amoyal.

Stănculeasa plays a Pietro Guarneri from Venice 1730 donated by the Göteborgs Symfoniker Vänner Society of Gothenburg, Sweden, and a Sanctus Seraphino from 1739, which belonged to George Enescu and his great student Yehudi Menuhin.

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