Cătălin Petrescu

Daniel Madia
November 6, 2017
Anton Zidaru
November 6, 2017

He graduated the National University of Music in Bucharest (2004), in the class of Silvia Voinea. He started his artistic activity at the Dramatic Theater “Maria Filotti” in Brăila (1996-2000), where he performed the roles: Miu, Epaminonda and Palicar from “Chira Chiralina”, Vlad from “Clubul Adolescenţilor” and made the musical arrangements for the show “The Kingdom of the Sun”.

Since 2004 he has been the soloist of the Operetta and Musical Theater “Ion Dacian” where he performed the roles: Lieutenant René from “Suzana”, Berry from “Victoria and her Husar”,

Boni Kanciano from “Silvia”, Jim Boy from “Flower from “Hawaii”, Johann from “Mr. Choufleuri is waiting for you”, Cascada from “Merry Widow”, Ambrose Kemper from “Hello, Dolly!” Nichita from “Let me sing”, Algernon Moncrieff from “What it means to be Bunbury”, Jupan from “Countess Maritza”, Ferko from “The Gypsy Baron”, Emcee from “Cabaret”, Kolea from “Odyssey Vysotsky”, The Prince from Verona in “Romeo and Juliet”, Jack Favell in “Rebecca”, the Poet in “Maria de Buenos Aires”, Falke in “The Bat” and “Paris, mon amour”.

He worked as a conductor of the “Divine Harmony” Chorus (2001-2002) and of the “Carmen” Chorus (2003-2010) and had collaborations for the film “Callas forever” directed by F. Zeffirelli (2001), the opera “La traviata”- the role of Baron Duphol. He participated in the tour held in the USA within the Academic Opera Company “Darclée” under the patronage of Mariana Nicolesco (2003) and played the roles: Lot from “Lot” – first absolute audition – and Stoicea from “Caliphate’s Mill” – first absolute audition.