Symphony of Renaissance tells about the man’s hidden power to rebuild him up from ruins and to rise from his ashes.
    Motto: “That who has never known heart breaks is no man fully. To be an upright man you must have torn yourself to pieces. This is what the work of heartbreaks consists in: scatter and proving by scatter. After you have lost the last element and liquidated your soul, you would remake your strength from the nothingness following the break of your heart and triumph on your own ruins (Emil Cioran)
  Symphony of Renaissance. The title has a triple significance: man’s renascence, renascence of music in a time of decadence, renascence of Mozart’s spirit, which seems to retake shape as looking back to his last work in order to resume the feelings he hadn’t had time to complete and to take vengeance for his premature death by carrying on his work.
      Romania 1989 – Revolution.
      Young people were killed.
      Death was invading us.
      He composed the funeral march (Largo funebre) in the first part when he saw those young bodies from which life had been snatched to feed politics.
    To the end of the work inspiration is refreshed and enriched by the “fireworks” demonstration (tracers) at the beginning of the Gulf War (1991). The “devilish” theme opposes the two hostile camps: in the acute part, the American planes are romping and in bass, the Iraqi people are dancing a warlike ritual.