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MIRCEA TIBERIAN | TOMA DIMITRIU

Mircea Tiberian - piano / Toma Dimitriu - piano



Mircea Tiberian was born in Cluj in 1955. He spent his childhood and teenage years in Sibiu, where he also made his debut at the Sibiu International Jazz Festival in 1974. Throughout his career, he collaborated with foreign musicians such as Larry Coryell, Tomasz Stanko, Herb Robertson, John Betsch, Lisle Ellis, Maurice de Martin, Chris Dahlgren, Horst Nonnenmacher, Adam Pieronczyk, Theo Jorgensmann, Nicolas Simion and also with remarkable Romanian musicians such as Johnny Răducanu, Anca Parghel, Dan Mîndrilă.

As a pianist and composer, he works in various jazz, improvisational and new music groups. His work in the last 20 years is documented in 19 albums, among which Magic Bird, Never Ending Story, Working Underground, Alone in Heaven, Hotel of Three Beginnings, Back To My Angel, Eleven, Viaţa lumii, Trei lumini, Palindrome.

Mircea Tiberian has a doctorate in music (PhD) and teaches at the National University of Music in Bucharest, where he coordinates the Jazz Department which he also founded in 1991. Since 2004 he is also a teacher at the ICon Arts Academy in Sibiu. He was a recipient of The Romanian Composers' and Musicologists' Union Prize (1990, 1996, 2000, 2003), The Romanian Musician Of The Year Prize (2003, 2007, 2008) as well as The Enescu-Brâncuşi Scholarship, offered by the Romanian Cultural Institute in 2006.

Toma Dimitriu is a jazz pianist, born in Bucharest in 1993. He graduated from the George Enescu Music High School and is currently a student of the Prins Claus Conservatory in Gröningen, The Netherlands. He played in Romania and abroad, working with musicians such as saxophonist Nicolas Simion, pianist Mircea Tiberian, drummer Gene Jackson, and trumpet player Eamon Dilworth.






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December 17 2016 - ARCUB Gabroveni - Bucharest - Mircea Tiberian & Toma Dimitriu – The Pale Dot - 19:30


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