Subtitled ‘From Beethoven to Enescu’, this unique concert at the 2021 George Enescu Festival united Teodora and her band with the Romanian Opera Choir for an extraordinary sonic journey through classical music, jazz and Doina.
An intimate project between Teodora and her long-time collaborator Calin Grigoriu, and a voyage back into the emotional heart of beloved works by Bach, Beethoven, Pachelbel and others, simply scored for voice and guitar.
The Sound of the Root
Searching for “the common root which unites us all”, this adventurous album ranges across jazz, Romanian and Indian folk music and Teodora’s own compositions, as well as original interpretations of classical works by Enescu and Bartók.
From Classical to Jazz
Breathing new life into classical masterpieces, this project premiered at the 2019 George Enescu International Festival to great public acclaim before touring internationally, and was followed by an album and live concert film.
A collaboration between Teodora and bassist Benny Rietveld exploring music’s unique capability to overcome boundaries, this tour and accompanying album offered reinterpretations of traditional Romanian and Jewish songs alongside original compositions.
Subtitled ‘Homage to Bela Bartók’, this is Bartók’s Romanian Dances as you’ve never heard them before. Layered with jazz influences and freewheeling improvisations, this is Teodora’s stunning reinterpretation of a 20th-century classic, supported by inspired contributions from celebrated Bulgarian kaval player Theodosii Spasov.
From Doina to Blues
Two virtuosos at the top of their game: Teodora’s collaboration with maverick 4-time Grammy nominee guitarist Stanley Jordan results in an astonishing musical display, uniting Romanian and American traditions in a bold new way.
Sound of the Root
Incantations: Homage to Bela Bartók
Looking in the Mirror
A Child is Born
Swing me to the Moon
Jazz Poems – Inside Stories
Radacini – Shorashim
Teodora Enache Live, with Rick Condit and Ion Baciu Jr. Trio