|Posted by innersound on August 6, 2013 at 3:45 PM|
Adina Sibianu (born in Ploiești, Romania, March 9, 1981) graduated composition at the National University of Music in Bucharest, where she studied with professor Dan Dediu (2000 – 2005). She later attended post-graduated courses with composer Ștefan Niculescu at the same university (2005 – 2006). In 2006, she was an Erasmus student at the Carl von Ossietzky Universität in Oldenburg, Germany, where she studied with Violeta Dinescu. In 2006 she studied composition at Carl von Ossietzky Universität in Oldenburg, Germany with professor Violeta Dinescu, as a Socrate-Erasmus student.
Adina Sibianu earned a PhD at the National University of Music in Bucharest in december 2011 with the dissertation “Coordination and Subordination in harmonic relation, mirrored in As If… for piano and orchestra”. She has been member of the Union of Romanian Composers and Musicologists since October 2012.
Several of her composition have been so far performed in concerts by Romanian ensembles. Str(e)ich for seven instrumentists (written in 2008) was performed by Archaeus Ensemble at Tinerimea Română (Bucharest, November 26, 2009) and Cantacuzino Palace (Bucharest, March 8, 2011). Air for chamber orchestra (writteng in 2009) was first performed by Profil-Sinfonietta Ensemble at Romanian Radio Hall (Bucharest, May 30, 2010) and by Icon Arts Ensemble at National University of Music in Bucharest, at first edition of the composition workshop (George Enescu International Music Festival, September 7, 2011).
Between 2007 and 2012 she teached harmony, musical forms, piano and music theory at Carmen Sylva Art School in Ploiești, Romania. Since June 2012, Adina Sibianu works at the „George Enescu” National Museum, Bucharest, Romania.