From the Royal Albert Hall in London to Carnegie Hall in New York, the young Romanian pianist Alexandra Dariescu, recently named as “one of 30 pianists under 30 destined for a spectacular career” in the International Piano Magazine, has dazzled audiences worldwide with her effortless musicality and captivating stage presence. Alexandra has recently been awarded the Custodian of the Romanian Crown Medal, the youngest musician to receive a distinction from the Royal Family of Romania.
In 2013 she gave her debut at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and became the first ever Romanian female pianist to perform in this prestigious hall.
Over the last season, Alexandra made her debut at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam as part of a two week recital tour of the Netherlands, at the Piano District Series in Switzerland, with Anhaltische Philharmonie Dessau and Antony Hermus in Germany, Szczecin Philharmonic Orchestra and Ewa Strusi?ska in Poland, the Youth Orchestra and Tiberiu Soare in Romania and Rokiskis in Lithuania. In the UK, Alexandra returned to the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Grzegorz Nowak, Sage Gateshead in Beethoven Triple Concerto with the Royal Northern Sinfonia and Alexandre Bloch, Alexandra Soumm and Jakob Koranyi, live on BBC Radio 3, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and Anthony Inglis and toured the country in various festivals. Alexandra is a Board Member of the Adept Foundation and helped organise the first “Transylvania Festival” in London in the presence of HRH Prince of Wales.
Over the last couple of years, Alexandra performed with Andrew Litton and the RPO, Vasily Petrenko and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Jiri Belohlavek and BBC Symphony Orchestra, Grant Llewelyn and BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Ryan Wigglesworth and the RLPO and she has been featured on BBC Radio 3 and 4, BBC 2 Newsnight, Classic FM, all TV and Radio stations across Romania.