Adrian Mociulschi

Descendant of an aristocratic family settled in Romania two centuries ago, composer Adrian Mociulschi has graduated the National University of Music in Bucharest (1997), where he studied composition with Stefan Niculescu. He also studied philosophy at the Roman Catholic Theological Institute in Bucharest. He has a PhD cum laude at the National University of Music in Bucharest. He received various prizes and international distinctions such as the “Himalaya Trophy” awarded by China Radio International (1995), “Premio Presidente Disputacion de Valencia” awarded by the Municipality of Montserrat (2000) etc. He has been invited to national and international radio and TV shows. His works appear on collective albums pubished in Europe. He has presently dedicated himself to the scientific literature, publishing three volumes in the last few years at Curtea Veche Publishing House: the first monography of composer Stefan Niculescu (“Stefan Niculescu: Poetics, mathematics and musical harmony”, 2010), “The Middle Ages: Architecture and Music” (2011), “Art and Comunication” (2012). He has been a member of the Romanian Composers‘ Union since 1998.