Voicu Popescu

Voicu Popescu is a conductor and assistant general director of the National Chamber Music Choir “Madrigal” from 2011. Since 2004 he is also first conductor of the Radio Children’s Choir. Between 1988 and 2004, Voicu Popescu was assistant conductor of the Radio Children’s Choir, together with conductor Eugenia Văcărescu. In 1994 he founded Sound Choir… Read more »

Voicu Popescu is a conductor and assistant general director of the National Chamber Music Choir “Madrigal” from 2011. Since 2004 he is also first conductor of the Radio Children’s Choir.

Between 1988 and 2004, Voicu Popescu was assistant conductor of the Radio Children’s Choir, together with conductor Eugenia Văcărescu. In 1994 he founded Sound Choir and then SOUND Cultural Foundation, which helped organize festivals, symposiums and choral master classes, while also participating in national and international choral events.

Voicu Popescu made special recordings for the library of the National Radio Program and has participated at concerts with vocal-symphonic and a cappella programs. His attendance at over 50 artistic tours, festivals and international competitions brought him the critics’ appreciation, as well as numerous medals and prizes. He is a member of the World Choir Games Council, an organizer of the World Choir Games and president of the national bureau of the European Choral Association.

He wrote many articles in the specialized press in Romania and abroad and was invited to sustain workshops in Turin, Milazzo and Barcelona. As a member of the jury, he also participated in national and international contests.

In 2000 he conducted artistic productions of the Academic Choir of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Company. Between 1996 and 1997 he was a repetition maestro and artistic director of the National Chamber Music Choir “Madrigal”. Before that, he was a lecturer at the Vocal Ensemble department at the Music-Hall Faculty, part of the Ecological University in Bucharest (1994-1996), a musical director at the Romanian National Television (1980-1988) and a lyrical artist of the National Chamber Music Choir “Madrigal” (1975-1980).


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