Nicolae Brânduș studied piano and composition at the National University of Music in Bucharest. He attended the summer courses for new music in Darmstadt (1969-1980) and Aix-en-Provence (1979). In 1985 he worked in the Musical Research Department at IRCAM (Paris) and realized electronic music at GMEB (Bourges) in 1996. He was a soloist pianist at the Philharmonic of Ploiești (1960-1969); professor of chamber music at the National University of Music in Bucharest (1969-2005); editor at the Muzica journal; member of the executive committee (1991-1993) and president of the Romanian section of the ISCM (1994-2002). He has received the Honorary Mention at the International Competition Prince Pierre de Monaco, and the George Enescu Prize of the Romanian Academy. Among his compositions, the most known are the opera Tarr & Fether, the Ballad Symphony, the symphonic works as Phtora, SinEuphonia II, two piano concertos. Brânduș wrote the book Interferences, published articles and was on lecture tours as visiting composer in the USA, Germany, Israel, Greece, Hong Kong.
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