Rădoiaș Robert Daniel
– Academic choir conductor

Born in Ploieşti, the conductor Robert Daniel Rădoiaş graduated in 1995 the High School of Arts in his hometown, at the specialty violin instrumental interpretation. After years of study at the Transylvania University of Braşov (1995-2000), he attended the Development of technical and stylistic conducting master classes, under the guidance of Nicolae D. Bica (choral conducting), Ludovic Bács (orchestral conducting) and Dan Buciu (theory classes).

In June 2011 he received his doctoral degree „ Sergiu Celibidache – A musical of the 20th century. A monographical view”, under the guidance  of Prof. Dan Dediu-Sandu, rector of the National University of Music Bucharest.

As a result of obtaining scholarships he attended conducting classes organized by the Bayerische Musikakademie Marktobersdorf (Germany) under the guidance of Professor Volker Hämpfling from Robert-Schumann-Hochschule in Düsseldorf (2003) and the third international competition for Young choir Conductors  in Vienna (Austria), competition organized by the Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien (2004).

Robert Daniel Rădoiaş held teaching activities at the Faculty of music of the ‘Transilvania’ University of Braşov (2000-2001, 2005-2006), as professor of the choral conducting course within the musical specialization in pedagogy and at the Emanuel University of Oradea, (2002-2009), as a lecturer in choral conducting and choral ensemble.

As conductor of the mixed Chamber Choir of the Emanuel University in Oradea, in 2005 he performed alongside the Academic Philharmonic Orchestra of St. Petersburg in Russia, the  Matthäus Passion oratorio by Johann Sebastian Bach. At the leadership of the same choral ensemble he won the second prize at the 2004 Youth & Music Festival – Vienna.

Since 2007 he has been the conductor of the academic choir of the Philharmonic of Arad, upholding an intense performing activity, including concert tours in Netherlands, Austria (Opera Festival St. Margarethen) and France. For the 2011 edition of the George Enescu International Festival he prepared alongside the  choral ensemble the premiere of the Hölderlin Symphony by Peter Ruzicka  and  the Symphony No. 5 by George Enescu.

In December 2011, on  the National Day of Romania, Robert Daniel Rădoiaş conducted the academic choir on the occasion of a concert organized by the Romanian General Consulate  in Strasbourg, representing our country at the Council of Europe.

In 2012, the year in which the musical world celebrated the centenary of the birth of Maestro Sergiu Celibidache, the Musical Publishing House in Bucharest released in two volumes the book ‘Sergiu Celibidache – a musical phenomenon of the twentieth century. A monographic view” signed by Robert Daniel Rădoiaş.

In 2014 on the basis of his PHD diploma he achieved the 1st degree in  the pre – university  educational system.