Dan Dediu

Since 2000 Dediu has been head of composition department at the National University of Music, Romania. He has written a prodigious amount of music ranging from electronic and solo instrumental compositions to orchestral and operatic work.

Dan Dediu was born in 1967 in Braila, Romania. He graduated from the National University of Music in Bucharest in 1989; with further composition study in Vienna, Hamburg and Berlin. Stefan Niculescu, Dan Constantinescu, Francis Burt, and Gunter Kahowez are some of his teachers. Dediu completed his PhD in 1995 on aspects of musical phenomenology, and since 2000 he has been head of composition department at the National University of Music. He has written a prodigious amount of music ranging from electronic and solo instrumental compositions to orchestral and operatic work.

Compositions by Dan Dediu appear on

Bridges

Composer

A new CD that demonstrates the musical and cultural bridges built by the academic staff and postgraduate students at the School of Music-Conservatorium at Monash University, and their colleagues in other parts of Australia, Korea and Romania.