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SABIN-LAVINIU PENEA

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Biography

He began studying violin at 7 years at “G.Georgescu” Art School in Tulcea with Mariana Lupu, continued into high-school at “G.Enescu” Music School in Bucuresti with Carmen Runceanu. He obtained his bachelor and first master degree at the National Music Conservatory Bucharest with prof. dr. Gabriel Croitoru.

He has studied at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Graz under the guidance of the distinguished violin teacher Silvia Marcovici and now is finishing his second master degree at the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg under the guidance of Sabastian Hamann.

Has won the Silver Medal and Special “Dvorak” Prize in 2014 in the Plovdiv International Chamber Music Competition and the Jury’s Special Prize in the Marie Cantagrill International Violin Competition in St. Girons, France in 2019.

Has worked in masterclasses with Stefan Gheorghiu, Simeon Yaroshevici, Evgenia Epsthein, Cristoph Wyneken, Andrei Gavrilovici, Sebastian Hammann, Silvia Marcovici, Liviu Prunaru, Anita Mitterer, Jan Tallich, Petr Prause, Vida Vudic, Johannes Meisl, part of the SoNoRo Interferente program, participated in International Sommer Akademie in Reichenau, Austria, currently achieved “Aspirant Status” in the European Chamber Music Association based in Vienna and presided by Hatto Beyerle.

Has held solo or chamber music recitals throughout Romania and abroad in Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Turkey, Marrocco and China, performing as soloist with various orchestras, among which : The National Romanian Radio Orchestra, the Braila Philharmonic, the Young Famous Orchestra in Cluj and the CaMMerata chamber orchestra in Bucharest.

He has been a part of festivals such as the Enescu Festival, SoNoRO Conac, SoNoRo Interferente and Festivalul de Muzica Veche si Bizantina Iasi in Romania, Sommer Musik Fest in Boswil, Switzerland and International Music Days in Istanbul, Turkey

Has held chamber music recitals with artists such as Justus Grimm, Alexander Hulshoff, Maximilian Hornung, Monika Leskovar, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Alexander Buzlov, Diana Ketler, Jan-Erik Gusse Gustaffson, Razvan Popovici, Frans Helmerson, Mihaela Martin, Sharon Kam, Deria Turkan, Emmanuel Hovhannisyan, Vincent Segal, Hyung-ki Joo and many more.

Between 2012 and 2017 he has been the first violin of Solartis Quartet, a group which has played the Enescu Festival as soloists of the George Enescu Philharmonic, performing in first audition Peter Ruzickas’ work “Clouds” for string quartet and orchestra, under the batton of the composer himself, the SoNoRo Festival, has won the Silver Medal at the International Chamber Music Competition in Plovdiv, Bulgaria and 3d prize in the International Mozart Competition in Cluj- Napoca, Romania.

He is also part of the “Anton Pann” old music ensemble, a group which specializes in research and performing music which was played between the 17th and 19th century in the Ottoman- Byzantine cultural universe.

He is also concert-master of the Young Famous Orchestra based in ClujNapoca, Romania.

He collaborates periodically with the CHAARTS Chamber Soloists Ensemble in Switzerland and the Würth Philharmoniker in Germany.

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