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EUGENE ALBULESCU

Eugene Albulescu is an award-winning performer. He has worked with numerous major orchestras, including the Romanian National George Enescu Philharmonic, the New York Chamber Orchestra, as well as the Christchurch Symphony, and has recently toured in the United States with the French Chamber Orchestra and the Barbizon Chamber Orchestra as soloist and conductor. His emergence on the international scene came in 1994, when his début recording (Albulescu Plays Liszt, MANU1446) earned him the Grand Prix du Disque Liszt, adding Albulescu’s name to that of legendary recipients such as Horowitz and Brendel. Since then he has maintained a strong presence on the international circuit, with performances in New York at BargeMusic, as well as Carnegie Hall, earning the praise of critics and audiences.

Role: Classical Artist 
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