Tiberiu Soare

One of the most talented and appreciated conductors in Romania today. Born in Bucharest, Tiberiu Soare graduated from the musical performance section of the Bucharest National University of Music in 2000, specialising in the tuba, and from the conducting section of the same university in 2001. Between 2001 and 2002 he took courses of higher study in conducting.

In 1993, 1994, and 1995, he won prizes at the National Musical Performance Competition and in 2003 the Music Criticism Prize of the Mihail Jora Union of Romanian Music Critics, Editors and Creators. In 2006 and 2010 he was nominated as a finalist in the Prometheus Awards for young musicians.

Between 2002 and 2004, he conducted the Giurgiu Philharmonic, and since 2003 he has conducted the Profil Contemporary Music Ensemble. Since 2005, he has also been a conductor at the Bucharest National Opera. Tiberiu Soare is often invited to conduct prestigious symphony orchestras and opera theatre ensembles in Romania, and has also toured in China, Switzerland, Germany, Israel, Poland and Hungary.

On 29 July, Tiberiu Soare conducted the National Radio Orchestra in a concert given as part of the Shanghai World Exhibition, and on 11 September 2010 he was invited to conduct the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the soloist being Angela Gheorghiu. Since November 2010, he has collaborated with the Kammerensemble N in Stockholm.