One of the most active romanian musicians of his generation, Valentin Ghita studied oboe with Florin Ionoaia at the National University of Music Bucharest and with Aurel Marc at the „Gheorghe Dima” Music Academy in Cluj-Napoca. He also received the teaching of leading soloists such as François Leleux, Albrecht Mayer, David Walter, Gregor Witt, Diego Dini Ciacci, Christian Schmitt, Dorin Gliga, Hans Elhorst during masterclasses he attended.

Valentin Ghita is the winner of five national oboe competitions. As a soloist he performed several times with orchestras such as Romanian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Moldavian National Philharmonic Orchestra, Bucharest Radio Chamber Orchestra, Transilvania Philharmonic Orchestra, Pitești Philharmonic Orchestra, Botoșani Philharmonic Orchestra, Târgoviște Philharmonic Orchestra, Napoca Chamber Orchestra, Focșani Chamber Orchestra, Camerata Lanto Arte.

He has performed in some major music festivals such as George Enescu International Festival, International Radio Orchestras Festival, in regional festivals suchs as Masan Contemporary Music Festival, Eulsukdo Composition Music Festival Busan, Varna Summer International Music Festival, Mărțișor International Festival Chișinău, Shanghai Spring International Music Festival, Sibiu, Craiova and Timișoara Music Festivals, Balcic Clasic Days. He performed under conductors such as Lawrence Foster, Christan Zacharias, James Gaffigan, Asher Fisch, Cornelius Meister, James Judd, Leo Hussain, Ion Marin, Julien Salemkour, Cristian Măcelaru, David Cresenzi, Case Scaglione, Peter Feranec, Mihail Agafița, Cristian Mandeal. He was a guest oboist in concerts with Romanian National Youth Orchestra, Neue Internationale Philharmonie, Mozart Kammerphilarmonie, Bombay Chamber Orchestra, Camerata Regala, Profil and Devotio Moderna new music ensembles.

His passion for teaching began as a guest lecturer in Mumbay, invited by The Bombay Chamber Orchestra Society in 2005. He was appointed full chamber music professor at „Sigismund Toduță” Music College Cluj-Napoca from 2006 until 2008, associate chamber music professor at the „Gheorghe Dima” Music Academy in Cluj-Napoca from 2008 until 2009 and oboe associate professor at the National University of Music Bucharest in 2016.

Chamber music occupies a central focus in his musical life, performing regularly with Bucharest Winds wich he founded in 2013. Attached to the modern music, he is actively interested in new repertoire for oboe wich he constantly presents as a member of Sonomania contemporary music ensemble. Valentin Ghita is principal oboist of the Romanian National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bucharest.

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