Maria Radutu

               pianist

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HIGHLIGHTS

 Great Hall, Musikverein (Vienna)

 Great Hall, Konzerthaus (Vienna)

 National Concert Hall (Taipei)

Prince Mahidol Hall (Bangkok)

 Romanian National Radio Hall (Bucharest)Carnegie Hall (New York)

Festspielhaus Baden-Baden

Auditorio National (Madrid)

Salle Gaveau(Paris)

State Opera (Vienna)

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BIOGRAPHY

At first glance Maria Radutu is a successful classical pianist. Look a little closer and you will see the very profile of a unique musician who rather than buying into the commercial music industry has instead developed her brilliant technique and artistic craftmanship through well thought-out programing and unusual concepts for her concerts and CDs. All of which have taken her beyond the realm of mere vistuosity and perfection, without losing either. (Florian Willeitner)

 

With remarkable CD concepts, classical in solo concerts, groovy with the New Piano Trio, and as a bold programme maker, Maria Radutu pursues the goal of creating moments that change the listener's pulse.

“The young concert pianist Maria Radutu in turn enriched the Burlesque with refined technique and a sensibility of excellence that musically unified with the orchestra. She merged completely with the orchestra's interpretation and proved herself an excellent connoisseur of Strauss, deemed challenging for the interpreter. She will undoubtedly continue her rise in a brilliant career that already shines.” (L'Orfeo)

 

 

"Rachmaninovs 2nd Piano Concert needs a certain virtuosity and brings the danger of getting performers to slip into sentimentality. Both problems have been overcome by the young musician: pianist Maria Radutu played confidently, expressive."  (Die Presse)

 

"Light-handed - this word would have to be invented as a counterpart to the familiar light-footed to describe the essence of Maria Radutu's piano playing"  (Kurier)

NewPianoTrio (founding member)

 

The New Piano Trio was founded by German violinist and composer Florian Willeitner, Austrian-Romanian pianist Maria Radutu and Swiss-based cellist Ivan Turkalj in 2013.

 

An unique trio that combines classical virtuosity, sounds and form, with cool and innovative rhythmic patterns and a unique harmonic language based on folk music and jazz.

Building Bridges  (founding president)

 

Art workshops and concerts by and for young refugees - percussion, dance and singing from small group to large concert - listen, participate,

to build bridges!

 

No borders in language, culture & gender

"TRULY GREAT FRIENDS

ARE HARD TO FIND,

DIFFICULT TO LEAVE,

AND IMPOSSIBLE TO

FORGET"

CONTACT

Office:

 

Catalin Orezeanu

E-mail: contact@mariaradutu.com

 

Phone: +(43)-650-254-17-42

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