Ms. Dănilă, Mădălina-Claudia
Country of residence Roumania

Biography
Born on 02.04.1990, Brăila (România)
Studies piano with Şerban Soreanu in National University of Music Bucharest

Competitions - semifinalist at the ”Jeunesses Musicales” Competition- 2016/ Bucharest
- 1st Prize, Special Prize ”George Enescu” for the best performance of a romanian work and Special Prize ”Maria Fotino” for the best performance of a classical work at ”Mihail Jora” National Competition- 2015/ Bucharest
- 3rd Prize and Special Prize for the best performance of a bulgarian work at ”Albert Roussel” International Competition- 2014/ Sofia
- Special ”Alban Berg” Prize at ”Pro Piano” International Competition for performing Alban Berg’s Piano Sonata op.1- 2013/ Bucharest
- 1st Prize for Ad Astra Piano Duo at ”Mihail Jora” National Competition- 2013/ Bucharest
- 2nd Prize at the International Hungarian Competition and Festival- 2011/ Bucharest
- Special Prize of the Jury for Chamber Music/ violin and piano duo at the International Competition organised by Società Umanitaria- 2010/ Milano
- 1st Prize and Special Prize ”J.S.Bach” at ”Pro Piano” International Competition- 2009/ Bucharest
- 2nd Prize at ”Concours Musicale de France”- 2007/ Marseille
- Between 2006 and 2009 she gained three scholarships awarded by Rotary Club/ Bucharest District.
- in 2016 she has won a SoNoRo scholarship for summer masterclass in Traunstein

Events
- She participated in materclasses and summer courses of: Roberto Russo, Lea Yoanne Adam, Elisabeth Sombart, Diana Ketler.
- Solo and chamber music recitals at the Conservatory of Music from Tel Aviv / Israel, “Zubin Mehta” Hall, at the Academy of Music and Dance from Jerusalem/ Israel, at the Atheneum’s Studio Hall, at the ”George Enescu” National Museum from Bucharest, at the Villa Schwartzsche in Berlin at the Conservatory “Erik Satie” in Paris, “Ad Astra” Piano Duo recital at the ”Șuțu” Palace from Bucharest, broadcast by the Romanian Cultural Radio Station
- ”Serghei Lunchievici” Orchestra in Chișinău (Republic of Moldova), conductor: Horia Andreescu. They performed Dan Constantinescu’s Piano Concerto.
- Solo Recital at ”Who is who” Awards. The ceremony was held at Hilton Hotel in Bucharest
- Chamber Music Recital in Milano (piano and violin)
- Chamber Music Recital in Torino (piano and violin).
- Solo Recital at Romanian Cultural Institut form Budapest
- Solo Recital at Romanian Cultural Institut from Prague
- Solo Recital at the Conservatory from Prague
- Solo Recital at Polatli Theater from Ankara

Repertoire
First round
J. S. Bach - Prelude and fugue in B.flat minor
J. Haydn –Sonata in D major Hob. XVI:42
S. Prokofiev – Etude in C minor op. 2 no. 4

Second round
D. Cimarosa – 5 Sonatas in : E-flat major, C minor, B-flat major, D minor, C major
R. Schumann – Sonata in F minor, op. 14 no. 3