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At age 16, Vlad began formal training in music. Throughout his education, he worked with the Armonia Valahă Choir and performed at various national and international events. After receiving private lessons from the famed Maestro Corneliu Fănățeanu in 2001, he joined an Eastern European chamber choir called Madrigal. Vlad went on to win several contests, including Mamaia, the National Pop Festival, in 2002 and was a runner-up in the 2005 International Tenor Voices festival "Traian Grozăvescu", which was held in Lugoj. In 2007 and 2008, Vlad was honored as a scholarship holder of the Opera House Bucharest.
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|Awards and achievements|
with "Liubi, Liubi, I Love You"
|Romania in the Eurovision Song Contest
with "The Balkan Girls"
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