Silviu Dumitrache is a pianist and teacher. Currently teaching at Music Academy of Uccle.
Between 2018 and 2019, he engaged in teaching activities in an exceptional setting, under the tutelage of Mr. Johan Schmidt at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, becoming one of the youngest employees in the institution’s history. Simultaneously, he guided young piano enthusiasts in the world of music through private musical institutions, also participating as a jury member in piano competitions for young pianists.
In 2014, he earned his Bachelor’s degree with distinction, “Cum laude” from the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel under the guidance of pianist, Daniel Blumenthal. Since 2014, Silviu Dumitrache studies under the guidance of Mr. Johan Schmidt and Mr. Gabriel Teclu, at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. Four years later, he completed both his Master’s and Specialized Master’s degrees with “Great Distinction,” earning the “Geroffi Baschwitz Award” for outstanding results from the National Heritage Commission. As the laureate of the “Concerto Competition” organized by the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Silviu Dumitrache was invited to perform a recital at the Belgian Center for History and Science in Rome, “Academia Belgica.”
Between 1999 and 2004, he won over twenty national and international awards and was invited to radio and television programs under the guidance of Professor Alma Peter. In 2014, he won the “Piano Competition of Liège,” leading to several concerts on Belgian stages. In 2015, he was a finalist in the “Bluthner Competition,” and in 2016, he reached the finals of the “Classic Academy” competition, during which he performed Grieg’s Concerto in A minor with the Liège Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Mr. Christian Arming.
Invited as a soloist or chamber musician in Romania, France, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Greece, he expanded his repertoire across all historical periods, from Baroque to contemporary, with a primary focus on romantic and folk-influenced music.
To mark the 140th anniversary of George Enescu’s birth, Silviu Dumitrache played a central role in the “Virtual Stage” project organized by the Romanian Cultural Institute in Brussels.