Ladislau Csendes

Ladislau Csendes (b.1964) graduated the National University of Music Bucharest, as violinist and obtained a doctor’s degree in musicology (Theory of musical interpretation). He attended master classes in musical analysis with G.Ligeti (Szombathely1990) and violin with A.Gertler (Bruxelles1981, 1983) and P.Csaba (Paris1990).

Invited to perform in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Moldavia, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and also in important international festivals: Wien Modern(2003), George Enescu (2003), Warsaw Autumn Festival (Poland) 2002, Haydn Festival, Radio Bucharest (Romania) 2001, Appenzeller Winter, St. Gallen (Switzerland) 2000, Bach non stop, Radio Bucharest (Romania) 2000, World Music Days, Bucharest (Romania) 1999, Silezian Contemporary Music Festival, Katovice (Poland) 1998, Tage für Neue Music Darmstadt (Germany) 1996, International New Music Week, Bucharest (Romania) 1995-2006, Bemus, Belgrade (Yougoslavia)  1994, Concerti per l’Europa, Venice (Italy) 1992.

As soloist of G. Enescu Philarmonic, of Virtuozii from Bucharest, of Romanian Radio Orchestras a.o., he collaborated with famous romanian conductors as Horia Andreescu, Ludovic Bács, Sergiu Comissiona, Corneliu Dumbrăveanu, Ilarion Ionescu-Galaţi, Emil Simon. He created an impressive number of Romanian world premiers – such as Caprices et Ragas for violin and orchestra, by Aurel Stroe(1997) and Malinconia furiosa for viola and orchestra by Anatol Vieru (2003). His discography includes chamber and concertant works for violin, viola, viola d’amore from different historical periods and cultural areas: early music as well as contemporary music.