Dorin Gliga

Oboist Dorin Gliga was born on June 7 1959 in Rastolnita, Mures (Romania). He graduated fron the Music Highschool No.1 in Bucharest and the National University of Music in Bucharest (at the time, the Ciprian Porumbescu Conservatory) where he studied with Pavel Tornea, Radu Chisu si Francisc Laszlo. He specialized in Italy and Germany with Renato Zamfini, Antonio Bachelli, Arturo Sachetti. He played in the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra under the great conductor Sergiu Celibidache, collaborating with the orchestra between 1979-82. Between 1982-91 he was solo oboe at the Bacau Philharmonic. He is founding member of the Syrinx Trio, the Ethos trio and the Archaeus Ensemble, together with musicians such as Iancu Vaduva, Dorel Baicu, Pavel Ionescu, Liviu Danceanu. He taught chamber music and oboe classes at the National University of Music in Bucharest (1992-2007) and the Brasov Faculty of Music (1994-2003).

He held masterclasses in Romania and abroad and he was part in different national and international juries. He played as soloist with prestigious orchestras and held numerous chamber recitals in Romania, Austria, Albania, Italy, UK, Ireland, Russia, Czechia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, France, Denmark, Finland, Japan, USA. He won international prizes in Ancona, Stressa, Capri (Italy), Llangollen (UK), Martigny (Switzerland), Tokyo(Japan). He was awarded the Romanian Critics Prize, the Prize of the Actualitatea Muzicala journal, the ATM Prize, the Soros Prize, the Prize of the Union of Romanian Composers and Musicologists. He recorded LPs and CDs at Electrecord (Bucharest), Edi-Pan (Rome), BBC London, Emec Madrid, Radio Koln, Radio Bucharest, Radio Bratislava, Canal 9 Valencia, TVR Bucharest. He was dedicated a lot of concerts and solo oboe works. He is currently member of the National Radio Orchestra in Bucharest.