Raluca collaborated with the Botoșani Philharmonic Orchestra performing Piano Concerto in D major by J. Haydn and Piano Concerto no. 1, by S. Rachmaninoff.
The imprint of impressionism, folklore and jazz can be perceived in her musical style, characterized by warm and colourful sonorities, smooth and slightly melancholical tones, a musical dance of lights and shades.
Raluca is also an enthusiastic multi-instrumentalist. This lifelong passion naturally leads her to new sound designs and new musical stories. Raluca’s interests broadened to include Jazz, Psychedelic Rock, World Music and Electronic Music.
Sound Therapy Practitioner
With a deep interest in soundscapes, resonance, sacred and ancient music from across the globe, Raluca is mixing ancestral sounds with modern vibes.
Raluca Apetria has performed on stages in
Romania, The United Kingdom, Belgium, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, Italy, Portugal and Poland.
Stay and Play
“Her playing has an aura of elegant melancholy, grace and refined sensibility.” – Horia Mihail, Pianist
Raluca’s warm, sometimes sorrowful playing may reflect a close proximity to Romanian and Russian folk-music, which she cites as major influences on her musicality.