Mihai Măniceanu (b. 1976) is associate professor at the National University of Music Bucharest, where he also studied piano (1995-2000) with Viniciu Moroianu and composition (2000-2005) with Dan Dediu. In 2011, he completed his doctorate in music with summa cum laude. He received an Erasmus scholarship at the Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy University of Music and Theatre, Leipzig (2003-2004), and UNMB scholarships at Musikfest, Hamburg (2001), Junger Künstler Festival-Filmmusik, Bayreuth (2002), Internationale Sommerakademie, Murzzüschlag (2007), Metric – Free Improvisation Programme, Tallinn (2016). He was awarded with the First Prize at Icon Arts Competition (2003), Romanian Academy Prize (for the work Sus, 2011), and with four prizes of the Union of Romanian Composers and Musicologists. His compositions have been played by George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra, National Radio Orchestra, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy University Orchestra, Profil, Propuls, opus.art, devotioModerna, Swinepearl and Traiect ensembles, Accoustic and I. C. Danielescu choirs.
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