Vlad Răzvan Baciu received his PhD in music, specializing in Composition (2016) at the National University of Music Bucharest (NUMB), under the supervision of Prof. Dr. DHC Dan Dediu. Also at the NUMB, he has graduated the Master in Orchestral Conducting (2015) with maestro Horia Andreescu, and the Master in Classical Composition (2013), under the guidance of maestro Dan Dediu. At 15 he was admitted at the ”Katerina Maska” Conservatory in Athens, where he studied piano interpretation, and graduated with the Άριστα Παμψηφεί distinction. Throughout his studies, he has obtained multiple national, as well as international scholarships, the latter in Germany, Netherlands, Estonia, Greece, Bulgaria.

Baciu has conducted the National Symphonic Orchestra of the Teleradio-Moldova Company Kishinev, The Orchestra and Big Band of “Carl von Ossietzky” University of Oldenburg in Germany, The Orchestra of The National University of Music in Bucharest, SonoMania Ensemble, HEART-CORE Choir, HEART-CORE Boy’s Choir, as well as OXIGEN Orchestra, which was founded by Vlad R. Baciu himself. With the occasion of the Olympic Games in Greece, he has prepared and conducted the AMADEUS Chamber Choir, and the concert was broadcasted by BBC. His works have been interpreted by young virtuosos and renowned ensembles, such as: Orchestra of the Bacău Philharmonic, Choir of the Craiova Philharmonic, Astra Choir, Profil Ensemble, SonoMania Ensemble, etc.

The work CARMIN, composed for chamber orchestra, has been included in the Archive of the National Radio. His composition THE CRY OF THE KOGAIONON, symphonic dirge for big band and symphonic orchestra, written to honor the memory of King Michael I of Romania, has been awarded the first prize at the “Carl von Ossietzky” Competition in Germany. He has composed The Hymn of The Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies. He has participated in national and international competitions in composition, piano and painting, where he received numerous awards and prizes. Since 2010, he is the president of the HEART-CORE Cultural Association, which is involved in various cultural projects, with a special focus on promoting contemporary music.