Concerts and festivals:
“Isvor. Constantin Brâncuși” National Tour 2017 (National University of Music – Bucharest, Multicultural Centre – Săcele, “Transilvania” University – Brașov, Auditorium Maximum – Cluj-Napoca, “Banatul” Philharmonic Hall – Timișoara, “Arcuș” Cultural Centre – Sfântu Gheorghe, “Geo Bogza” Cultural Centre – Câmpina, ProARTE Hall – Deva, “Thalia” Philharmonic Hall – Sibiu, “1st December 1918” University – Alba Iulia); “Isvor. Constantin Brâncuși” European Tour 2017 – Belgrad (SRB), Budapest (HU), Graz, Vienna (AT); “European Christmas Fest” – Riga (LV); Die Loftbuhne Charlottenburg – Berlin (DE); “Isvor. George Enescu” National Tour 2016 (“Paul Constantinescu” Philharmonic Hall – Ploiești, National Univeristy of Music – Bucharest, “Oltenia” Philharmonic Hall – Craiova, Pitești Philharmonic Hall, “Aurel Stroe” Cultural Centre – Bușteni, “Geo Bogza” Cultural Centre – Câmpina, “Ion Vidu” National College of Art – Timișoara, Arad Philharmonic Hall, “Thalia” Philharmonic Hall – Sibiu, Babeș-Bolyai University – Cluj-Napoca); Festival de Estoril – Lisabona (PT); “Summer Gardens” – Bucharest (RO); National Radio Hall – Bucharest (RO); St. James’s Piccadilly, ICR – London (UK); Romanian Cultural Institute Auditorium – New York (USA); Stiftung Mozarteum – Salzburg (AU); Octobre Musical – Tunis (TN); The International Festival of Music and Dance / FEX – Granada (ES); Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences (DE); Romanian Embassy in Brussels (BE); “Isvor. Dimitrie Cantemir” National Tour 2011 (National University of Music – Bucharest, “Society of Concerts” – Bistriţa, “Dinu Lipatti” Philharmonic Hall – Satu Mare, West University – Timișoara, Traube Hall – Mediaș, Odeon Theatre – Bucharest, “George Enescu” Memorial House – Sinaia, Pitești Philharmonic Hall, “Oltenia” Philharmonic Hall – Craiova; “Romanian Culture in Czech regions: Moravia & Silezia” – Brno, Ostrava, Kroměříž (CZ); “European Languages Day” – Bratislava (SK); “Green Jazz Fest” – Bucharest; International Guitar Festival – Radio Hall, Bucharest; “Guitar Hibernal” – Bucharest; “Dimitrie Cantemir” Museum – Istanbul (TR); “George Enescu” Museum – Bucharest; “Music at Brancovan Palaces” – Mogoșoaia; Medieval Festival – Gravina di Bari (IT); “Eduard Pamfil” Festival – Bucharest; “Music Feast” – Bucharest, Iași; “Watumi” – Brașov; “Cetăţi Transilvane” – Sibiu; “Arts Festival” – Bucharest; “Medieval Sighișoara”; “Books & Arts” – Bucharest; “Stufstock”, 1st and 2nd edition – Vama Veche; “Arts Square” – Bucharest.

TV / radio recordings:
RTV / Vojvodine Radio-TV (Serbia); Duna TV (Hungary); “Headliner” – TVR Craiova / TVR 3; Festival de Estoril Lisboa – RTP / Antena 2 (Portugal); “Summer Gardens / Enescu: urban vs. traditional” – Radio România Cultural; “Isvor. Enescu” at National Radio Hall – Radio România Cultural, Radio România Muzical; “Early Music Day” 2015 – Radio România Muzical, European Broadcasting Union; “Isvor. Dimitrie Cantemir” National Tour 2011 – Radio Romania Bucharest FM, Radio Romania Timisoara, Radio Romania Oltenia – Craiova; International Guitar Festival – Radio Romania Cultural, Radio Romania Muzical; “The adventure of Sounds” – TVR Cultural; “Sounds and beyond” – TVR Cultural; “100% Guaranteed” – TVR 1, TVR Cultural, TVR International; Cultural Journal – TVR Cultural; “Quijote’s Women” – TVR 1, Realitatea TV; “Wine Stories” – TVR Cultural; “Restauration” – TVR 1, TVR HD; “Young Musicians’ Season” – TVR Cultural, Radio România Muzical; “Music at Brancovan Palaces” – Radio România Muzical.