See also:♩ Romanian composers
♩ Modern composers
- Marius Dragomir colaborated with Franco Zefirelli — “La Luce de l Mondo” — 1992
- He composed the song of the movie — “barrier” — 1994
- He composed the song of the theatre libretto — “White King” — 1998
- He composed “A Little Concert” for piano and orchestra, “Celestial Rhapsody” monopartita, etc.
- He composed religious songs.
- He cooperated with music record company: Soft Recording System, Sony Music, Transglobal EMI, and others.
- He is included in three musicals dictionaries: two national dictionaries and one international.
- Now Marius Dragomir composes classical music, film scores, soundtracks and music for commercials/advertising.
Marius Dragomir is the man who revolutionized music industry in Romania-Transylvania-Europe when he appeared on the music scene with a new music style called Kashay Music or Ethno-Dance with the song and album called “Party in Transylvania” in 1995. The sales skyrocketed reaching records that were not passed for over 50 years. More than 1.800.000 units were sold in Romania. The press kept his name on the first pages, he was invited to several TV shows with great audiences which kept growing. This is the album which everyone waited for: “Party in Transylvania”! This song telling us about Dracula’s dance... interesting and fresh. There is no limits to Marius dragomir’s inspiration, he combined the Pop-Reggae rhytmhs with our popular (Folk) and “Party in Transylvania” was born. His music comes straight from the heart and forward a unique atmosphere, leaving us to appreciate the spirituality of his music creation reflected in his song: Dracula vampire give up to blood after discovering the savor sips red wine ;)
The genius Marius Dragomir was born in Romania, Brasov, on April 19th 1969. The grandfather of the father was who discovered his musical talent, when Marius sung at the mouth organ for the first time; after this he studied violin, xylophone, trumpet, piano, guitar, Pan flute, bass, flute, bagpipes, drums and more. He gratuated at the Conservatory of Music and the University of Semiotics Romanian-American “Eminescu Center”.
At the 4 years, Marius made the first steps to stardom, at the music festival “Lira de Aur” (Pound of Gold), were he won the First Prize by singing with a violin “The Ballad Of Ciprian Porumbescu”. It looked like the young man had chosen his path in life. He won in 1989 the First Prize for “Interpretation and Creation” at the prestigious National Contest “Mamaia”. Marius Dragomir performed vocals and for the first time, in this competition, he played an instrument: the trumpet. In the same year, he won the Contest “Steaua fara nume” (The Star without name) a very important national contest of high professional level, with 10 note. He became famous for his original performances as well as self composed songs, which the critics of art praised but he also had a lot of success at the public.
His first album, called “Voices of Nature”, was released in 1992 and awakened the public to a new kind of music on the Romanian market, Electro-Progressive music. Again Marius amazed with his flexibility in the musical field.
In 1993 the album “The Magician” was released in the most prestigious music store from Bucharest called “Music Store”, where stars of that time came to sing together with him in a special show. The critics were exceptional, Marius Dragomir stepped into the next sphere of stardom. He received numerous awards and honors: Popularity Record, Award for the most media present artist of 1998, Jubilee Diplomas and many other.
Marius Dragomir`s motto is:
“Faith in the success and in God, subtitute for genius.”