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Claudio Maria Micheli

Adrian Morar’s artistic career reflects a careful concern for the artistic act, which is imprinted in the numerous concerts he has conducted both in the country and in China, France, Switzerland, Greece, Hungary, Germany, Serbia, Spain and Thailand.

He attended the Gheorghe Dima Music Academy in Cluj-Napoca, where he benefited from the guidance of professors Florentin Mihăescu – choral conducting, Emil Strugaru and Alexandru Fărcaș – singing, and then following master courses along with Aurel Stroe and Victor Dumănescu.

He has also had the opportunity to participate in conducting courses of outstanding musicians such as Peter Eötvös, Eri Klass, Eric Ericsson, Ton Koopman, Zoltán Pesko, Helmuth Rilling.

In 1994 he won the First Prize of the Gheorghe Dima Competition, in 2002 he was awarded with the Ludovic Spiess Prize, in 2009 he won the Lia Hubic Prize, and in 2014 the Prize for interpretation was offered to him by “Actualitatea muzicala” magazine.

Since 1995, he has been the conductor of the Romanian National Opera in Cluj-Napoca, where he activated also as artistic director between 2013 – 2017.

Over and above that, Adrian Morar collaborates with the operas of Timișoara, Iași, Brasov, Constanta, Craiova, Belgrade, and Bucharest. At the Bucharest National Opera, he occupied the position of artistic director between 2006 – 2007.

Adrian Morar performs alongside the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, the National and Chamber Orchestras of Radio Bucharest, as well as with the symphony orchestras of the Philharmonics of Bucharest, Iasi, Timișoara, Cluj-Napoca, Ploiesti, Botosani, Brașov, Craiova, Târgu-Mureș, Sibiu, Oradea, Satu-Mare and Arad.