Adrian Vasile, viola, is a graduate from the National University of Music of Bucharest, Faculty of Musical Performance, an institution that awarded him in 2012 the master’s degree in Music / musical performance viola. From 2010 to 2013, Adrian Vasile was the first viola of the Pitesti Philarmonic. In 2013, he won the position of instrumental artist of the Bucharest National Orchestra. From the beginning of 2014 until 2016, he joined the Radio Chamber Orchestra by contract. He is a founding member of the Romanian Youth Orchestra, in which he has performed as first violist until presently. He has worked with the leading orchestras of the country, including the Orchestra of the George Enescu Philarmonic, the Royal Camerata, Chaarts Chamber Artists – Switzerland, Virtuosos Orchestra, Camerata Lanto Arte, the Bucharest Symphonic Orchestra, in most of which he performed as leader of the viola section. Presently, he is working on a doctoral degree at the Bucharest University of Music, as a member of the National Radio Orchestra, and as leader of the viola section at the National Opera of Bucharest.

Adrian Vasile has been awarded many prizes in national and international contests: 2000 – Instrumental Performance Contest, Piteşti, 3rd Prize; National Contest of Instrumental Performance Young Talents, Slatina; 2001 – Contest of Instrumental Performance, Rm. Valcea, 1st Prize; 2002 – Contest of Instrumental Performance, Drobeta Turnu Severin, 1st Prize; 2004 – International Performance Contest George Georgescu, Tulcea, 1st Prize; Contest – Festival Johann Sebastian Bach, Cluj – Excellence Diploma; Concorso Musicale Internazionale Giovanni Pavese Italia, 1st Prize; 2005 – International Performance Contest George Georgescu, Tulcea, 1st Prize; Concorso Musicale Internazionale Lorenzo Perosi – Italia, 1st Prize; 2006 – Contest of Instrumental Performance – Arad – 1st Prize; 2012 – National Contest Victor Giuleanu, Bucharest, Great Prize – in chamber formula and SoNoRo scholarship; 2013 – 2015 SoNoRo Scholarship. He has performed in concerts with various orchestras in China, France, Italy, Germany, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Belgium, Hungary, Austria, Netherlands, Israel, Albania, Corsica, Norway, and Monaco. As a soloist, Adrain Vasile has performed in concerts in Bucharest, Rm. Vâlcea, Bacău and Piteşti. The violist has also performed in many chamber concerts in Cluj, Sibiu, Ploieşti, Câmpina, Braşov, Bacău, Constanţa, Bucureşti – Romanian Athaenaeum. His performances have been met with applause by the public and have received critical acclaim.