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TVR+ interview by Valentina Băințan at George Enescu Music Festival 2021 following the concert at the Romanian Athenaeum with Wiener Kammerorchester and Remus Azoiței, Soloist.

Vlad Vizireanu TVR3 Interview 2019

Valentina Băințan, TVR3

Video courtesy of Enescu Festival 2019 & TVR3

TVR3 interview by Valentina Băințan at George Enescu Music Festival 2019 following the concert at the Romanian Athenaeum with Orchestre National de Lille and Sergei Khachatrian and Timothy Ridout, soloists.

“Music has the power to put everything into harmony“

Verbs describe us

George Enescu Festival 2019

Music is an universal language. It doesn’t matter where you are from. It doesn’t matter what language you speak. It doesn’t matter what you believe. It doesn’t matter what cultural history you have. Sound affects everybody equally. At the end of the day, in my opinion, it is the only art form, that can bring everyone together. There is a philosopher that put it very well: Music is the only art form that directly affects the will. And I completely agree. We do a wonderful and unique thing and I think it has the power to pretty much put everything in harmony. (Vlad Vizireanu)


George Enescu Festival 2017

XXI Century Music Series

Enescu Festival   August 17, 2017

Vlad Vizireanu, conductor: “The challenge we face with contemporary music is that no one is raised on atonality. We experience only tonal music from our earliest lullabies”


The Donatella Flick LSO Conducting Competition took place in London from 15–17 November 2016. This documentary follows the progress of the Competition and speaks to founder Donatella Flick, members of the Jury, 2014 winner Elim Chan and the three 2016 finalists.

Bernard Haitink Conducting Masterclass

Lucerne Festival at Easter 2013

Debussy, Trois Nocturnes

A Conducting Masterclass is scheduled for the 5th time in Lucern from March 22nd to March 25th, in collaboration with the Dutch conductor, Bernard Haitink. Students from around the world will conduct Classic, Romantic and early modern pieces and can discuss with Haitink not only their interpretational approach but also very practical conducting questions. You can see below fragments of the 2013 class with “Nuages” from Trois Nocturnes by Claude Debussy.

Royal Camerata at Season Finale

Radio Romania Muzical

By Alexandru Mija

On the podium was the young conductor Vlad Vizireanu. Already with a rich international portfolio, but less active in Romania, his appearance at the Athenaeum was a pleasant surprise. Enthusiasm, unique musical ideas, and thoughtful phrasings supported by commanding and expressive gestures achieved a remarkable interpretation of Glinka’s Overture to "Ruslan and Lyudmila", but even more so for Rimsky-Korsakov’s "Scheherazade". A mission not at all simple was in fact Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with violinist, Stefan Horvath.
The Romanian violinist established in Basel won the appreciation and applause of the audience, who were treated, as an encore, with "Lăutarul" by George Enescu.
After the endless minutes of applause and enthusiasm at the end of the concert, it was the orchestra’s turn to offer the public an encore. And it was a regal one: Romanian Rhapsody No. 1 by George Enescu, interpreted and played as I have rarely heard it in the past years.

- It was extraordinary. The program was formidable. Glinka, Tchaikovsky, and Korsakov in one night! I’m absolutely overwhelmed.

- Marvelous, it’s hard to express just how great it was. The program was very well chosen. The surprise at the end with Enescu [Romanian Rhapsody] was absolutely enchanting for us. I haven’t heard that piece played like that since Sergiu Celibidache. It was exceptional!

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