Sînziana Mircea could master different music styles and works from diverse cultures, and fascinated her public over and over again. […] Whether dramatic, nostalgic or romantic, her playing became a game of emotions.
Alina Fischer, Kölnische Rundschau Newspaper, Germany
April 27th 2017
"Sînziana Mircea has enchanted the public with her wonderful piano art"
June 18th, 2019
World class pianist, Sinziana Mircea played magnificently and was enthusiastically received with her recital of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2. with the almost capacity audience at the Town Hall.
Feb 15th 2017
Sînziana Mircea is one of the most active young Romanian pianists, with an international career spanning over three continents: Europe, North America and Asia. Along the years, Mircea performed on prestigious stages such as Tokyo Metropolitan Theater and St Martin-in-the-Fields London. Her debut recital at the Carnegie Hall in New York took place when she was 24, in a sold-out concert rewarded with standing ovations at the end.
Sînziana started her career very early. Aged only 7, she gave her first public performance on the main stage of her country, the Bucharest Philharmonic. Soon after, she played in major cities of Romania, Europe and USA, where she made her debut at the age of 11. Her first American tour took place three years later, followed by tours in Japan and China. Mircea was invited to perform in prestigious festivals such as George Enescu Festival, Palermo Classica and MusicaRiva Festival, as the soloist of the Washington DC Youth Orchestra. Sînziana is the first Romanian pianist to have become a Young Steinway Artist (2017) and to have received a scholarship from the Van Cliburn Foundation and TCU School of Music at the PianoTexas Festival & Academy (2014).
The 2018/2019 season included her debut as a soloist of the Radio Chamber Orchestra at the Radio Hall in Bucharest in a sold-out concert, as well as an extensive tour in Japan. Mircea won the 1st Prize at the "Golden Classical Music Awards" International Competition 2019, which brings her back on the prestigious stage at Carnegie Hall in November 2019. In the same year, she was awarded the 1st Prize "Salzburg” & “Amsterdam” at the Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition.
Sînziana has released two CDs: “Nihil Sine Deo” at Editura Casa Radio, and "Unending Love” at Sheva Collection, distributed worldwide by NAXOS. Recordings of her concerts have been broadcast by BBC Radio 3, RAI 3 Italy, Music3 Belgium, Radio Romania Musical and other major radio channels for classical music.
Mircea crafted her art under the guidance of renowned pianists such as Aldo Ciccolini, Ronan O'Hora, Pascal Roge, Boris Petrushansky, Verona Maier. Sînziana obtained her Bachelor Degree with maximum qualifications at Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Koln (Germany) and her Master Degree at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama London (UK), with a generous scholarship offered by Steinway & Sons UK. Complementary to her university studies, Sînziana attended the courses of the Accademia Pianistica Imola for two years (Italy).
Apart from her passion for performing, she also developed a strong interest for art management, which led her to the Bocconi University of Economics in Milan, from where she obtained her Master Degree in Arts Management and Administration in 2018.
In the same year, she founded MuseArt Academy, a start-up music school in Bucharest.
UNENDING LOVE - A SOUND POEM
Sheva Collection, 2017
NIHIL SINE DEO
Editura Casa Radio, 2016
''World class pianist Sinziana Mircea played magnificently and was enthusiastically received with her recital of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2. with the almost capacity audience at the Town Hall.''
http://www.montpellier-cheltenham.com, UK, Feb 15, 2017
’Sînziana Mircea could master different music styles and works from diverse cultures, and fascinated her public over and over again. […] Whether dramatic, nostalgic or romantic, her playing became a game of emotions.’’ Alina Fischer, Kölnische Rundschau Newspaper, Germany, April 27, 2017
''Sinziana Mircea has fascinated the audience with her music.'' Toyama Newspaper, Japan, November 28, 2012
“Sînziana Mircea handles the keyboard with great ease, lucidity and passion - she has a culture not only of the sound, but of the voices too, and she knows how to melt it all together, which is what music is all about.” Mihaela Doboș, Radio Romania Muzical, March 25, 2015
(Radio Romania Muzical 18th Anniversary Recital)
"A flowing, finely pointed reading of Ravel’s Jeux d’Eau, capturing the Gallic atmosphere." South Florida Classical Review, Miami, USA, July 25, 2016
“The festival continued with the recital of the Romanian pianist Sînziana Mircea, who offered a magnificent interpretation of works by Mozart, Schubert-Liszt, Ravel and Enescu.” Setmanari Soller Newspaper, Spain, July 19, 2014 (Soller Festival Recital)
“Sînziana Mircea is a musician who fills the entire hall with her charisma, a pianist beloved by her audience, which is always expecting her eagerly to perform her recitals which are equally difficult and attractive.(…) Sînziana Mircea's enjoyment while playing gets across the footlights and the audience can see beyond her talent, her sensitivity, her warm tone and her excellent technique.” Jeanine Costache, Radio Romania Muzical, March 4, 2015 (Bucharest Philharmonic Recital)
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 4
Conductor Gian Luigi Zampieri, Romanian Radio Chamber Orchestra
@ Radio Hall, January 30, 2019
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 5 "Emperor"
Conductor Mitsuyoshi Oikawa, Mozart Virtuoso Festival Orchestra
@ Tokyo Metropolitan Theater, October 28, 2013
Variations for piano & guitar on Chopin Waltz Op 69 No 2
Written and performed with Raisa Mihai, guitar
Chopin - "Minute Waltz" Op 64 No 2
@ Obihiro, Japan
June 9th, 2019
George Enescu - Romanian Rhapsody
@ St Martin-in-the-Fields,
February 14, 2013, London, UK
Sergei Rachmaninoff - PIano Sonata
No 2 Op 36 (revised edition)
Mozart - Piano Concerto No 19 KV 459 in F Major
Mozart - Piano Concerto No 21 KV 467 in C Major
Mozart - Piano Concerto No 27 KV 595 in B flat Major
Beethoven - Piano Concerto No 3 Op 37 in C minor
Beethoven - Piano Concerto No 4 Op 58 in G Major
Beethoven - Piano Concerto No 5 Op 73 in E flat Major "Emperor"
Chopin - Piano Concerto No 2 Op 21 in F minor
Grieg - Piano Concerto Op 16 in A minor
Schumann - Piano Concerto Op 54 in A Minor
Saint-Saens - Piano Concerto No 4, Op 44, in C minor
Brahms - Piano Concerto No 1 Op 15 in D minor
Brahms - Piano Concerto No 2 Op 83 in B-flat Major
Rachmaninoff - Piano Concerto No 2 Op 18 in C minor
Rachmaninoff - Piano Concerto No 3 Op 30 in D minor
Ravel - Piano Concerto in G Major
Shostakovich - Piano Concerto No 2 Op 102 in F Major