Alexandru Tomescu is a renowned Romanian violinist, awarded with many national and international prizes at classical music festivals. Since his debut in 1985 he gave over 200 concerts and recitals in 26 countries (France, Netherlands, Japan). He was recognized for his mastery by the Romanian state who granted him the privilege to play the Stradivarius violin, previously owned by Ion Voicu.

    Alexandru proved he can tame any form of music, especially after completing the project „Paganini – angel or demon”, which became a milestone in his career. This was the moment when Tomescu rediscovered his identity, a moment when his career took a great turn – that of changing the existing perception in Romania about classical music. After studying in Switzerland with Tibor Varga and in the US with Eduard Schmieder, Alexandru was inspired to prove that classical music has the power to bring one in tune with oneself and the world.




      Nicolae Dumitru makes his firs appearance on the stage of the Romanian Athenaeum in May 1987 together with the Medical Chamber Orchestra. Under the guidance of maestro Dan Mizrahy, he becomes a trainee at the Gnessin College in Moscow and later receives a bursary from the Romanian state to complete his studies at the Russian Music Academy Gnessin (1998), in the class of master Mihail Sayamov. Under his guidance he completes his postgraduate education between 1998 – 2001. While studying in Moscow he is under the artistic guidance of Emmanuel Monaszon.
      He makes his appearance as a soloist of Moscow State Philharmonic “P.I. Tchaikovsky”, of Chisinau State Philharmonic, as guest soloist of the Bucharest Philharmonic George Enescu and of the National Radio Orchestra, of philharmonics from Nijni – Novgorod, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Belgorod (Russian Federation) and of main philharmonics in Romania.
      He appreas on stage in Stockholm, Viena, Baden am Wien, Lisboa, Madrid, Barcelona, Budapest, Venice and Rome. He is a guest of the festival „Sankt – Petersburg’s Palaces”, held at the Academic Capella of State in Sankt –Petersburg and at the Gallery of Arms in Kremlin (Moscow), and also a guest of the festival „Piano Nights of Chisinau” and of the Accademie d’Ete d’Aix-en-Provence.



      The Royal Camerata was founded in 2009 under the patronage of his Highness Radu, Prince of Romania, as an innitiative of a group of graduates of the National Music University in Bucharest and their will to create a professional orchestra that will be actively involved in the development of young musical talents of Romania.
      Following a series of concerts at the Romanian Athenaeum and at the Royal House Ceremony, the young orchestra started collaborating with remarkable personalities of the music world such as Jin Wang, Zhani Cico, Wolfgang Doerner (Austria), Enrique Garcia Asensio (Spain), Rony Rogoff (USA), Sabin Pautza, the mezzosoprana Marianne Cornetti (USA) and the soprana Nelly Miricioiu.