Olguţa Lupu studied piano, then graduated in composition in 1993, at the class of Tiberiu Olah. Doctor in Musicology, she is a member of the Union of Romanian Composers and Musicologists. Presently, she teaches music theory and orchestral score reading at the National Music University of Bucharest, where she is also director of the Department “Musicology and Sciences of Music Education”. She presented papers in different national and international conferences and symposia, realized radio broadcasts and published several studies, mostly focused on Romanian contemporary composers or Music Education. Coordinator of the cultural program Tiberiu Olah şi multiplele faţete ale postmodernismului (“Tiberiu Olah and the multiple faces of Postmodernism”, 2008), including a symposium with international participation. Author of three books: Music in the First Part of the 20th Century – Rhythmic-temporal Hypostases (Ed. UNMB, 2005), Music in the Middle of 20th Century – A Rhythmic-temporal Perspective (Ed. UNMB, 2005); Reading in Clefs – a Problem? (Ed. UNMB, 2007). Co-author and editor of the volumes Tiberiu Olah – Restitutions and Tiberiu Olah and the multiple facets of postmodernism (2008); she realized a website dedicated to T. Olah. Some of her musical works are recorded and performed in different concerts in Romania and abroad.