Hailed by the New York Times as “spectacular and elegant”, pianist Angela Drăghicescu has quickly established a reputation as a much sought-after collaborative artist and chamber musician. She performs regularly in major centers throughout the world with many of this generation’s most renowned musicians. Recent engagements have included performances at Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, Benaroya Hall, Rudolfinium Prague, George Enescu Philharmonic, Suntory Hall, Hindemith Institute, as well as many other venues in Europe, the US, and Asia. She has performed with many of today’s leading artists including Concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic Frank Huang, Maxim Vengerov, Peter Bond, Achilles Liarmankopoulos, Jeff Nelsen, David Requiro, and Josephine Knight, to name but a few. Her festival appearances include Aspen, Seattle Young Artist Music Festival, Interlochen Academy for the Arts, SiPiano, Round Top Music Festival, and is a frequent guest on Classical King FM 98.1 Seattle. Currently Collaborative Pianist at University of Puget Sound, and faculty of collaborative piano at Interlochen Arts Academy, Angela Drăghicescu is also one of the official pianists of the prestigious George Enescu International Competition, having been selected under the artistic guidance of Zubin Mehta. An avid promoter of her Romanian cultural heritage, serving as Artistic Director of the American Romanian Cultural Society of the United States. Angela Draghicescu is currently working on releasing her first CD that will include a newly commissioned piece by her from Pulitzer Prize awarded composer William Bolcom.