Andrei Oloieri, born in Moldova, has graduated in classical accordion in 1997 at the Chișinău Academy of Music, from the class of teachers Nikolai Chernyavsky and Valentin Zagumionov, and also the conducting and orchestration class of Constantin Rusnac. In 1999 Andrei moved to Romania and started studying composition at the Gh. Dima Music Academy in Cluj-Napoca under Cornel Taranu and Dora Cojocaru, harmony with Ede Terenyi and score reading with Ferdinand Weiss. For personal reasons, he was forced to interrupt his studies and in 2001 he started to focus on his career. Andrei has played in Caffe Florian Orchestra in San Marco, Venezia, Italy, and Caffe Orchestra in Nagoya, Japan. Between 2011 and 2017 he worked as a piano player and then as a musical director for a British cruise ship entertainment company. Currently, he works as an accordion teacher in his hometown, Iasi, Romania. Over time, he wrote, arranged, and orchestrated musical pieces of various genres and styles. His last works include two accordion pieces written for an international accordion competition.
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