An associate of Britian’s Royal Academy of music, Nicolae Moldoveanu has worked with many orchestras, most recently, two subscription weeks with the Royal Philharmonic in London as well as the Zürich Chamber Orchestra and the Tonhalle Orchestra Zürich, Berlin Symphony Orchestra, the Bayerischer Rundfunk Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of the Staatskapelle Dresden, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, BBC Philharmonic, BBC Scottish Symphony, BBC Concert, Manchester Camerata, Netherlands Radio Symphony, Stockholm Chamber Orchestra, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra and National Symphony Orchestra Johannesburg, and has returned to his native Romania to work with the Transylvania and George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestras.
Nicolae Moldoveanu's recent engagements include conducting Don Giovanni for Welsh National Opera and Coppelia for the Royal Ballet in London. He made his North American debut conducting a new production of Idomeneo for Canadian Opera and returned to make his US debut conducting El amor brujo and La vida breve for Dallas Opera in 2004. He has conducted Jenùfa for the Norrlands Opera and Un ballo in maschera for Malmö Opera, as well as making his Japanese debut with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra in 2006. He recently conducted Yevgeny Onegin for the Teatro San Carlo, Naples and Carmen with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra.