Oxana Corjos studied Piano at the National University of Music Bucharest with Dan Grigore. Awarded prizes in Barcelona (1986) and Rome (1991), she is one of the most important pianists of her generation and one of the few Romanian musicians to have made a career after 1990. An extremely active performer with a large repertoire, especially acclaimed for her rendition of the two Brahms piano concertos, she made numerous Radio and TV appearances and some of her Romanian Radio recordings were broadcast by the RTBF.
In Romania, Oxana Corjos played with the George Enescu Philharmonic, the National and Chamber Radio Orchestras, the Romanian Youth Orchestra, and she toured Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova performing in such venues as Tonhalle Zurich, Auditorium Parco della Musica Roma, Palau de la Música Barcelona. Invited in the festivals Cluj Autumn (Cluj-Napoca) or Gustav Mahler and Alto Adige (Toblach), she was also a guest of the Romanian Cultural Institutes in London, Berlin, Chișinău. Oxana Corjos teaches piano at the National University of Music Bucharest.
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