Bassoon Players' Ensemble of the "George Enescu" Philharmonics
- Bucharest, ROMANIA is composed of Viorica Feher, Gabriel Sava, Orban
Godri and Adam Siminiceanu. (& co.)
Orban Godri is an alumnus of the Bucharest "Ciprian Porumbescu"
Music Academy. He specialized with well-known bassoon players in Italy
and Germany. He has a significant soloist activity in Europe and close
relations with famous bassoon players all over the world. As a bassoon
professor of the Music Academies in Brasov and Bucharest, he has outstanding
results, being one of the most captivating and demanded professors.
He acted as main bassoon player of the Philharmonics in Ploiesti - Romania
and Malaga - Spain. At present, he is solo - bassoon player of the "George
Enescu" Philharmonics - Romania.
Viorica Feher is an alumna of the Bucharest "Ciprian Porumbescu"
Music Academy. She attended significant specialized courses in Switzerland
and Italy. She performed in numerous concerts as a soloist in the country
and abroad. Considering the results of her activity within the Bucharest
"Ciprian Porumbescu" Music Academy, she is renowned as one
of the most appreciated bassoon professors in Romania. She acted in
Romania as main bassoon player of the Brasov Philharmonics, Bucharest
Radio Orchestra, and Chamber Orchestra - Tel Aviv, Israel. At present,
she is solo - bassoon player of the "George Enescu" Philharmonics
- Bucharest, Romania.
Gabriel Sava is an alumnus of the Bucharest "Ciprian Porumbescu"
Music Academy. He attended several specialized courses held by well-known
professors from Europe and the United States. He acts as solo - bassoon
player of major chamber orchestras with remarkable results, enjoying
unanimous appreciation of his musical qualities and performances. He
scored numerous successes with concerts held on major stages in Europe.
He is now solo - bassoon player of the Philharmonics in Giurgiu and
the "George Enescu" Philharmonics - Bucharest, Romania.
Adam Siminiceanu Adam Siminiceanu is an alumnus of the "George
Enescu" Music Academy in Iasi, Romania. He performed within numerous
chamber orchestras. In Romania, he was bassoon player of the Philharmonics
in Arad, Romanian Opera Orchestra - Bucharest, solo - bassoon player
of the Radio Chamber Orchestra - Bucharest, solo - bassoon player of
the Operetta Theater - Bucharest. At present, he is bassoon player and
contrabassoon player of the Bucharest "George Enescu" Philharmonics.
ensemble "ACOLADE" has given many concerts, enjoying the public
and specialists' appreciation.
The structure of this musical group has an open character, collaborating
with famous, renowned artists - instrumentalists, singers, dancers,
puppet players - promoting a new combination of musical timbres - bassoon
combined with: human voice, Pan's flute, taragot, dulcimer, accordion,
piano, harp, saw, percussion and other instruments.
"ACOLADE" has a comprehensive repertoire comprising all musical
genres and periods with original works, transcriptions, works created
especially for this less ordinary formula and interdisciplinary experiments.
Constituted of very enthusiastic artists, eager to approach any formula
that would lead to an exciting result, the "ACOLADE" ensemble
is very interested in any serious initiative, having the possibility
to collaborate with famous artists on important stages and recording
At the moment, the "ACOLADE" ensemble is looking for a serious,
skilful, and clever manager, interested in special future projects.
concerts performed by the "ACOLADE" ensemble featured as soloist
a remarkable, brilliant Japanese Pan's pipe player - YOMIKA NAZAKI.
The less ordinary musicality, refinement of the interpretation, amazing
technical performances, unanimously recognized by specialists, a very
rich repertoire, an intense and diverse artistic activity (great subtlety
of orchestration, always matching the context), place YOMIKA NAZAKI
among the great artists and establish her as one of the most important
Pan's pipe players of the world.
persons interested in the "ACOLADE" ensemble, artists - composers,
vocal soloists, instrumental players, dancers, sponsors, managers may
SIMINICEANU, Calea Vacaresti 182, Bl. 23, Sc. 1, Ap. 23, Sector 4, Bucharest
Tell.. 0040 21 330 6431, Mobil - 0040 723 412092
Text by Mr. Adam SIMINICEANU