Simina Oprescu is a composer and multidisciplinary artist from Bucharest, Romania. She is currently residing in Berlin, continuing her studies at the UdK’s M.A – Sound Studies and Sonic Arts.
Her approach to sound could be perceived a junction of ethereal and immersive sonic landscapes, evoking a veiled corner of thought, whilst creating new perspectives on concepts inspired by mythology, philosophy and by the idea of form determines the rhythm and the duality of absence and presence which is continuously explored in constructing her textured modular-driven compositions.
Simina was part of the SHAPE roster in 2020. She was awarded the silver award at Grand Prix Nova for the work ‘Drip Drop’ commissioned by SEMI SILENT and a nomination at Phonurgia Nova – Pierre Schaeffer with the silent movie soundtrack of ‘Drăguș, life in a Romanian Village’ commissioned by Image&Sound.
She has been an active presence in the Romanian experimental music scene in the past years.