As concert violinist, Vlad Maistorovici's performances display 'technical assuredness, balanced by interpretative willingness to push boundaries that can, and often does make sparks fly' (MusicWeb International about 2010 Wigmore appearence). Winner of Remember Enescu International Competition, The Tillett Trust and finalist of Young Concert Artist Trust, Vlad Maistorovici has performed concerti and recitals at major venues and festivals in Europe and beyond. He is a member of The Mercury Quartet, an dynamic ensemble that focuses on experimental projects.
Maistorovici is also a much sought after composer. His music is 'catchy and sonorous' (Musical America), features 'vivid contrasts' (London Financial Times) and 'clarity of expression' (Actualitatea Muzicală Bucharest). He is a winner of The George Enescu Composition Prize and an allumnus of the Britten-Pears Composer Scheme. His works have been comissioned and championed by world class ensembles and artists, most notably the LSO.
Born in Ploiesti, Romania (1985), Vlad Maistorovici is a former pupil of the The Yehudi Menuhin School, where he studied violin with Natalia Boyarskaya. He holds a Bachelor of Music Performance and Composition and a Postgraduate Diploma in Composition from the Royal College of Music (violin with Felix Andrievsky and composition with Mark Anthony Turnage and Jonathan Cole), and a Soloist Master from Lausanne Conservatoire (violin with Pierre Amoyal).