Maria Radutu

Donato Cabrera and the Las Vegas Philharmonic
The Smith Center in Las Vegas and orange shoes
Review for Insomnia
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credits: Photo by: Andrej Grilc
© Review by: Miriam Danev
Press review in after the release concert of NP3 in Passau
credits: Passauer Neue Presse
National Concert Hall Taiwan
In Taipeh with Maestro Cornelius Meister, the Radio Symphony Orchestra...and the Hello Stage shoes!
Prince Mahidol Hall - Bangkok
Asia Tour with Maestro Cornelius Meister and the Radio Symphony Orchestra
Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major, KV 488
Auditorio National Madrid
Orquesta Classica Santa Cecilia / Donato Cabrera / Strauss Burleske - Dec.2012
Live Music Gala
Live Music Gala 2015- Mozart Saal - Konzerthaus Vienna
Opening concerts of the Mozart Year in China
Press conference for the Mozart Year in Beijing, January 2006
Rehearsal Salle Gaveau
Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Mozart Piano Concerto in A Major KV 414
Conductor: Joji Hattori
Location: Salle Gaveau - Paris
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© Alex Gelehrter
Video / Audio
New Piano Trio Trailer
New Piano Trio is...
Florian Willeitner - Violin Maria Radutu - Piano Ivan Turkalj - Cello

music written by Florian Willeitner
sound by Konrad Glas
video by VerdeFish
Mozart - Piano Concerto in A-Major, K.414
Mozart - Piano Concerto in A-Major, K.414
arrangement for piano and string quartet by the composer

Maria Radutu & ensemble LUX
Louise Chisson - Violin
Thomas Wally - Violin
Nora Romanoff - Viola
Mara Achleitner - Violoncello

Sound by Georg Burdicek/tonzauber
Video by Bernhard Brenner
Edited by

Vienna Konzerthaus, January 2016
charity concert for young refugees
Maria Radutu plays Mikael Karlsson
Finale from ballet "Blanc" by Daniel Proietto - commissioned work by the Vienna State Opera (November 2016)
Mikael Karlsson - Composer, Maria Radutu - Piano
Filmed by VerdeFish
Organ Hall of the Vienna State Opera
credits: filmed by VerdeFish
© Mikael Karlsson, VerdeFish, Maria Radutu
Insomnia in concert
100% classical, all jazzy
concept album

50' of music, 8 composers, 1 commissioned work, 3 guests
one pianist
dedicated visual show
credits: VerdeFish
© Universal Music
Insomnia Official Trailer - Universal Music
Insomnia - 100% classical, all jazzy
an hour of music to be enjoyed with or without a classical music background, alone or as a couple. Whether you’re happy or blue, Insomnia is your companion for sleepless nights. Thrilling moods, white landscapes, inexplicable beauty in sound. The sound moves from an impressionistic Alexander Skrjabin, to a menacing Arvo Pärt and a desperate Jean Sibelius, and on to the Nordic minimalism of the "white landscapes" by Peteris Vasks. The commissioned work for Insomnia, "Last Smoke" by Margareta Ferek Petric and Christoph Cech’s jazz ballad, full of saxophone improvisations, let us find the peace of a secular morning prayer. This album will not be a sleeping aid, but it wants to touch the different elements and shadows of this very special and personal atmosphere.
credits: Video: Alex Gelehrter - Urbanfriendsrepublik, Audio: Georg Burdicek - Tonzauber
© Catalin Orezeanu - VerdeFish
Insomnia Album Release Concert @ Porgy & Bess, 3rd of June at 9PM, Yellow Lounge Universal Music
2 days before, rehearsal with Margareta Ferek-Petric in the studio tonzauber @ Wiener Konzerthaus
Building Bridges kick off concert
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Insomnia's nightmare
Arvo Pärt - Partita Op.2 - Toccatina - Excerpt of the upcoming album Insomnia, live recording from the studio "tonzauber", after finishing the recordings of the album.
credits: Georg Burdicek -
Insomnia - das Programm
Crowdfunding Kampagne für das Album auf
Frédéric Chopin - Grande Polonaise brillante précédée d'un Andante spianato in E-Flat Major, Op22
Excerpt from the Album "Joujoux", available on ITunes and by
credits: photo by Andrej Grilc
New Piano Trio
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credits: by Vitor Goncalves
ATV Highlights
ATV Highlights presenting the SoundGarden Festival
credits: ATV
© Erna Cuesta
Interview Radio Stephansdom
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credits: Radio Stephansdom
© Ursula Magnes