Mădălin Voicu, the son of the cello player Ion Voicu, became familiar with the musical field by studying the violin, taking the courses of the National Music University of Bucharest and has decided to dedicate himself towards the conducting art, being an apprentice of prestigious musicians such as Sergiu Celibidache, Carlo Zecchi, Corneliu Dumbrăveanu and Hans Swarowsky.
Mădălin Voicu has been a conductor of Oltenia Filarmonica and of “Paul Constantinescu” Filarmonica, being altogether a constant guest of the profile orchestras from within Romania, and the concerts he held abroad reveal the appreciation he is entitled to, not only in Romania, but also beyond borders.
He had concerts together with the Bucharest Cameral Orchestra, founded by his father, and starting with the year of 2001 Mădălin Voicu is an honorific member of the French Academy of Science, Arts and Letters.
Adjacent to his artistic activity, Mădălin Voicu dedicated himself between the years of 1990-1995 to boost didactic activities, at the board of the Conservatory`s Orchestra from Izmir.
Another side of Mr. Voicu’s personality is represented by his involvement on the ‘political stage’ as a member of the Commission for Culture, Arts and Mass-Media of the Chamber of Deputies, at the same time being the General Secretary of UNESCO Romania. He is a promoter of the young musicians generation, having constantly organised a series of awarded type of concerts with various artists such as Florin Ionescu-Galaţi, Gabriel Croitoru or Cosmin Bănică via the ‘’Ion Voicu’’ International Foundation.