Mihai Constantinescu

General director of George Enescu Festival General Manager ARTEXIM.
Accomplished professional Music Manager, Advisor and Producer with proven skills in producing and managing International artists and staging events.

Mihai Constantinescu Successful organized 12 editions of the “George Enescu International Festival and Competition” and more than 100 international artistic events in Romania and abroad.

During the last 27 years as ARETXIM GM he worked with some of the most representative artists : Lord Yehudi Menuhin, Zubin Mehta, Sir Colin Davis, Daniel Barenboim, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Sir Simon Rattle, Gidon Kremer, Salvatore Accardo, Vladimir Spivakov, Misha Maisky, Myung Whung Chung, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre National de France, Berliner Philharmoniker, Concertgebouw, Santa Cecilia di Roma, Wiener Philharmoniker, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Staatskapelle Berlin, Antonio Pappano all the London Orchestras, Mariinsky Orchestra, Valery Gergiev, Mariss Jansons, Lawrence Foster, Murray Perahia, David Garrett, Paavo Järvi, Vladimir Jurowski, Pittsburg Symphony Orchestra, Royal Stockholm, Münchener Philharmoniker, Radu Lupu, Evgeny Kissin, Maxim Vengerov and many others.

Production of the most important classical concerts in Romania including Pavarotti, Domingo, Carreras etc.

At the request of Würth GmbH Germany, in 2017 he established the Philharmonic Orchestra and was Dirfector of the orchestra between 2017 and 2019

Mihai Constantinescu managed and coordinated performances of the Romanian National Opera in U.K and Japan.and supporting and developed the affirmation of young Romanian talent

Representing Artexim in major international associations: IAMA, EFA, WFIMC etc. Served as the executive director of the “George Enescu International Festival and Competition’’

Managed Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs activities: Francophonie 2007, Sibiu — European Capital of Culture 2007 and Romania's participation in the Carnival of Venice "Cultural Olympiad" in Beijing and established a new German Orchestra and organized their activities and 3 concert seasons

Mihai Constantinescu served as Romanian Ministry of Culture (Musical Adviser) in 1989–1992.. WUERTH PHILHARMONIKER ( intendant ) Würth / Germany 2017–2019.

In 1990 Mihai Constantinescu learned at Cultural Management course in Vienna. Mihai Constantinescu graduated from Music University, Bucharest, piano section. Graduate of the Music Academy in Bucharest, Department: piano and music pedagogy.
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