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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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A0 note (27.50 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

Dinescu, Violeta 

 
 

 

Biography

Violeta Dinescu began her studies of music in 1972 at the conservatory Ciprian Porumbescu in Bucharest, composition with Myriam Marbe. In 1978 she received her master's degree, with distinction.[1] She also received diplomas in the fields of Composition, Piano and Pedagogics. She started teaching at the George Enescu Music School in Bucharest, conducting courses in Music history, Aesthetics, Counterpoint, Harmony and Piano. In 1980 she joined the Romanian Composers Union. Since 1986 she has been teaching at German music academies in Heidelberg, Frankfurt, Bayreuth, and since 1996 as a professor of Applied Composition at the University of Oldenburg.[1] There she started in 1996 to invite composers to a yearly Komponisten-Colloquium, in 2009 among others Jean-Luc Darbellay and Graham Waterhouse.[8]

Violeta Dinescu has been an executive board member of the International League of Women Composers since 1987. Her works were published by Verlag Dohr and Schott Music, among others.

 

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