(b. 8 March 1949, Bucharest).
Romanian composer of mostly chamber works that have been performed in Europe.
Ms. Vlad initially studied violin with Cecilia Geantă at the Music High School in Bucharest from 1960–65. She later studied with Tudor Ciortea, Emilia Comișel, Victor Iusceanu, Myriam Marbe, Grete Miletineanu, Ștefan Niculescu, Ioana Ștefănescu, Aurel Stroe, and Zeno Vancea at the Universitatea Națională de Muzică București, where she graduated in 1973.
Among her honours are a prize from the Universitatea Națională de Muzică București (1972, for Resonance [withdrawn]).
She served as an assistant at the Universitatea Națională de Muzică București from 1973–90 and taught as a professor there from 1990–2002.
She is married to the composer Ulpiu Vlad and is the mother of the composer Roman Vlad.
COMPLETE LIST OF WORKS
Symphonic Movement, 1979
Images, string orchestra, 1980
Sonata, violin, piano, 1978
String Quartet No. 1, 1981
String Quartet No. 2, 1982
Inscriptions for Peace (string trio no. 1), violin, viola, cello, 1984
Dream of Peace (string trio no. 2), violin, viola, cello, 1985
String Trio No. 3, violin, viola, cello, 1986
Light Rays, flute, oboe, clarinet, 1988
Thoughts for the Future, flute, violin, viola, cello, 1989
Still Life I, oboe, 1996
Still Life II, clarinet, 1997
Still Life IV, violin, 1998
Still Life V, viola, 1999
Still Life VI, cello, 2000
Still Life VII, flute, 2000
Still Life VIII, bassoon, 2001
This Country's Land (cantata, text by Ion Brad), baritone, mixed chorus, orchestra, 1987
In Search of the Game No. 1, 1983
In Search of the Game No. 2, 1994
Still Life III, 1997