“Romanian composer and pianist Teodorescu’s music explores spectralism, neo-impressionism and postmodernism with powerful lyric and dramatic effect.” (Oxford music online) She is the Professor of Composition at the National University of Music Bucharest and Adjunct Associate Professor at Monash University, Melbourne Australia. She introduced a new musical poetics called hypertimbralism pursuing intertextuality based on timbre. Teodorescu has lectured at Illinois Urbana Champaign, Oslo, Monash and Huddersfield Universities. She has written over 60 works, including: “Rite for Enchanting the Air” and “Déesses de l’Air”, concerts played by the famous French flutist Pierre-Yves Artaud, “Lebenskraft – 2nd Piano Concerto”, “Archimedes Symphony”, “Le Rouge et le Noir” – a three-act ballet based on Stendhal (which premiered at the National Opera in Bucharest) and “The Lady With the Little Dog” – a three-act opera based on Chekhov. Her music has been performed worldwide (Europe, USA, Australia and Asia). As a pianist, she performed the Romanian premieres of “Messiaen’s Visions de l’Amen” and “Turangalîla Symphony”.