Veronica Anghelescu

composer, clarinet, piano
biography

2012 (ongoing)

PhD in Music, National University of Music in Bucharest (UNMB), Romania

With Prof. univ. dr. Liviu Dănceanu




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2010-2012    

MA in Music, National University of Music in Bucharest (UNMB), Romania

Modules included: Classical Composition (Prof. Univ. Dr. Doina Rotaru Class), Pedagogy, Orchestration, Piano, Clarinet, Choir, Artistic Management, Electronic Music, Multimedia.        




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2007-2010

BA in Music, Spiru Haret University, Faculty of Music, Bucharest, Romania

Modules included: Classical Composition (Conf. Univ. Dr. Sorin Lerescu Class), Pedagogy, Counterpoint, Harmony, Advanced Theory of Music, Piano, Canto, Choir Conducting.




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2004-2007

PhD in Theatrology, National University of Drama and Film, Bucharest, Romania

Thesis: The Rhetoric of Shakespearian Discourse, supervised by Prof. Univ. Dr. Mihaela Tonitza Iordache




Magna Cum Laude




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1999-2003

BA in Philology, University of Bucharest

Graduation thesis in Theory of Literature: The History of Misinterpreted Books, supervised by Prof. Univ. Dr. Carmen Muşat




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Publications and Prizes








    • Author of the Book the Rhetoric of the Shakespearian Discourse, Doctoral Edition – Sieben Publishing House, Bucharest 2008, ISBN 978-973-88337-7-7







    • 3rd Prize "Ştefan Niculescu in Music Composition, 2011, for the work "I Will Be the Black Sun, the Earth", for clarinet and piano, Bucharest, Romania







    • 1st Prize "Ştefan Niculescu" in Music Composition, 2012, for the work "The End of Childhood", for clarinet and percussion, Bucharest, Romania







    • Member of Internationale Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Hymnologie (IAH)




Opus List:


1. Veronica Anghelescu – Bardo Thodol – for flute, clarinet, violin, piano – Opus 1


2. Veronica Anghelescu – The Gesture – for soprano and piano – Opus 2


3. Veronica Anghelescu – One  – a prelude and fugue in Bachian style for string quartet – Opus 3


4. Veronica Anghelescu – Shiver – for instrumental ensemble – dedicated to Sorin Lerescu and to Traiect Ensemble – Opus 4


5. Veronica Anghelescu – Crossroads – for solo organ – dedicated to Felician Roşca – Opus 5


6. Veronica Anghelescu – I Shall Be the Black Sun – duo for clarinet and piano – awarded the 3rd Prize for Music Composition, Romania, "Stefan Niculescu" National Composition Contest, 2010 – Opus 6


7. Veronica Anghelescu – Trisagion – for saxophones, viola and piano – dedicated to Trio Alto Ensemble – Opus 7


8. Veronica Anghelescu – Annabel Lee – for SATB choir, tubular bells and / or piano – Opus 8


9. Veronica Anghelescu – Laus Deo – for SATB choir – dedicated to my uncle and aunt, Mircea and Elena Panaite – Opus 9


10. Veronica Anghelescu – Wonderbird – mezzo-soprano, reciter and trio, with electronic background – Opus 10


11. Veronica Anghelescu – Ten Choral Works for Children – Opus 11


12. Veronica Anghelescu – Le Vendredi Noir – Cantata for soloists, SATB choir, organ and string orchestra – dedicated to Felician Roşca – Opus 12


13. Veronica Anghelescu – The End of Childhood – duo for clarinet and percussion) – awarded the 1st Prize for Music Composition, Romania, "Stefan Niculescu" National Composition Contest, 2012 – Opus 13


14. Veronica Anghelescu – This World Is Not Conclusion – for clarinet, piano and string orchestra – Angel Mihai Nuţă In Memoriam – Opus 14


15. Veronica Anghelescu – Midnight – for viola and piano – to Cornelia Petroiu and Mihail Vîrtosu – Opus 15


16. Veronica Anghelescu – The Road Not Taken – for instrumental ensemble – dedicated to Traiect Ensemble – Opus 16


17. Veronica Anghelescu – Uyulala – for piano solo – dedicated to my Husband Adrian Georgescu – Opus 17


18. Veronica Anghelescu – Cold Hour – for cello solo – Opus 18 – dedicated to my Friend, Şerban Nichifor


19. Veronica Anghelescu – Gom Jabbar – for chamber ensemble – Opus 19


20. Veronica Anghelescu – Namo Amitabha – for flute, vibraphone / piano and a temple gong – dedicated to Josho Adrian Cîrlea – Opus 20


21. Veronica Anghelescu – Anastasis – for clarinet in B, piano and cello – dedicated to my Husband, Adrian Georgescu – Opus 21


22. Veronica Anghelescu – When the Animals Left – for clarinet in B and electric piano – dedicated to Maya – Opus 22


23. Veronica Anghelescu – Milarepa – for flute and harp – Opus 23


24. Veronica Anghelescu – Hevajra – for clarinet in B, cello and percussion – Opus 24


25. Veronica Anghelescu – Leaves of the Heaven Tree – for flute, clarinet in B and harp – dedicated to my unborn baby – Opus 25


26. Veronica Anghelescu – Karuna – for clarinet in B, vibraphone and cello – Opus 26


27. Veronica Anghelescu – Sunrise above Sumeru – for flute, harp and cello – Opus 27


28. Veronica Anghelescu – Toute l'âme résumée – for solo organ – dedicated to Felician Roşca


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Short Profile

NameAnghelescu, Veronica
Date of Birth1981-05-11
Born inRomania, Europe
Home LocationBucharest, Romania
Main languageEnglish
attended UniversitiesNational University of Music, Bucharest
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