Mr. Logojan, Mircea Vasile
Country of residence Romania
Born on 31.12.1999, Deva (Romania)
Studies Piano at the ”Sigismund Toduță” School of Music from Deva with prof. Doina Ona.
2017 - 1st prize and Grand Prize of the “Prietenii Muzicii” Festival, Timișoara, 2nd edition
- 1st prize at the euro-regional competition and festival “Alma Cornea Ionescu”, 15th edition
- 2nd prize at the National Olympics
- 1st prize and Grand Prize of the “Modus Vivendi” international piano competition
- Special Prize at the la “J. S. Bach” Festival, 22nd edition
2016 - Special Prize at the “Prietenii Muzicii” festival, 1st edition, Timișoara
- 1st prize at the “Tinere Talente” competition, 20st edition
- 1st prize at the “Sigismund Toduta“ international estival, 13th edition
- 1st prize at the “Orpheus” international competition, 15th edition
2015 - 1st prize at the Instrumental Performance and Visual Arts Contest, 22nd edition
- Special Prize at the National Olympics, from the 3rd grade to the 8th grade
- 1st prize at the “Modus Vivendi” international competition, 1st edition
- Grand Prize at the “Modus Vivendi” international competition, 1st edition
- Excelency Prize at the “J.S.Bach” festival, 30th edition
- 1st prize at the National Olympics, regional selection, 3rd grade to the 8th grade
- 1st prize at the euro-regional “Alma Cornea Ionescu” competition, 13th edition
- 1st prize at the “Tinere Talente” competition, 19th edition
In 2017, Mircea has played with the ”Juventa” hamber Orchestra at the Museum of Dacian and Roman Civilization from Deva, at the Corvin Castle and together with Jessica Ognean (soprano) in Deva. He also played a “J.S. Bach” anniversary concert at the “S.Toduta” School of Music – Deva (Concert Hall).
On the 29th of January 2016, he played a recital for the launch of the municipal project “Past.Present.Future”.
He often played in the prize winners gala of the National Olympics, of the ”Tinere Talente” competition (Oradea), “Modus Vivendi” competition (Deva), ”Alma Cornea Ionescu” competition (Timișoara) and for the “J. S. Bach” Festival (Cluj-Napoca). He also played for humanitarian purposes in Romania and Hungary.
F. Chopin - Etude op.25 no. 12
L. van Beethoven - Sonata op. 31, no. 2 in d minor, 1st mov.
F. Liszt - Vallée d'Obermann