Location Canada - Romania

Biography

“Marius Herea is one of the most romantic and mysterious composers of the XXI-st century. Influenced by Mozart, Chopin, Brahms and the major composers of the XIXth and XXth centuries, he creates his authentic music language through the synthesis of their music styles along with the novelty of the postmodern era of classical music. He is able to capture the essence of pure beauty in his music, lifting us to a superior level of the Universal vibrations.

Largely educated, with a deep knowledge in philosophy, music, arts and history, Marius Herea does not use folklore within his music and he is rather an Universal composer. His music is a unique language that goes to the deepest level of the human heart and makes people exclaim: “This is so beautiful that it can’t be written in modern times!”

Symphony of Renaissance, Double Concert-Sonata for violin, piano and orchestra, the Piano Concerto, Meditation for violin and orchestra, Rhapsody for violin, piano and orchestra and his Piano Preludes are among the most fascinating pieces ever written. Every video recording of his works becomes an Internet sensation and gets thousands of likes, proving that good classical music is still alive and there are no borders for it to make people’s hearts to respond.

His mysterious persona sparks our curiosity and imagination by him turning down questions to reveal more about himself. However, if you want to explore Marius Herea’s mesmerizing world, just dive into his music and you will be guaranteed to feel the connection to the whole Universe!”

by Yulia Berry, Russian-American professional musician and publisher, a graduate of The Saint-Petersburg Conservatory, Russia


WORLD PREMIERES:

Elegy-Nocturne, dedicated to Ivajla Kirova. Munich, 2017

Overture to Opera Casanova with the Ploiesti Philharmonic Orchestra, Conductor: Ovidiu Balan, February 5-th, 2009.

Extract from Opera Casanova – within an Avant-Premiere with Soprano Iulia Dan and the Ploiesti Philharmonic Orchestra, Conductor: Ovidiu Balan, February 5-th, 2009.

Largo – Jeffrey Solow and Elise Auerbach, Philadelphia, December 1, 2008

Concertino for piano and orchestra with Argentine Pianist Lorena Eckell and the Ploiesti Philharmonic Orchestra, Conductor: Ovidiu Balan, February 5-th, 2009.

Allegro Appassionato for Violin and Piano, Dutch Consulate in Chicago, with Frederieke Saeijs and Alexandre Tsomaia, November 2-nd, 2007.

Symphony of Renaissance (extract), WDR-3 Bonn, first time broadcast outside composer’s native country within the German critic and writer Sabine Fringes’s Sendung “Impressions of the Paris of the East-Bucharest the inter-war period”, September 18-th, 2006.

Overture “Vlad, Prince of Wallachia”, “London Schubert Players” chamber Orchestra, Conductor Florin Totan (review ), December 10-th,2005.

Symphony of Renaissance, “Paul Constantinescu” Philharmonic Orchestra of Ploiesti, Romania, Conductor: Ovidiu Balan, June 10-th, 2004.

“Eroica Overture”, “Paul Constantinescu” Philharmonic Orchestra of Ploiesti, Conductor Ovidiu Balan, April 24-th, 2003.

–> Read Marius Herea’s interview for Chattoir Editorials