Maria Buză – Romanian Artist by Excellence

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Born on 26th of February 1969 in Bucharest, Maria Buză was always attracted to song artists and dancing, but she never believed that she could actually become a successful artist. She graduated from the Academy of Theatre and Film in 1997 (class of professor  Gelu Colceag). Her artistic nature was present, blossoming and complex, so she started acting, singing and amusing people.

Her first music album was released in 1998: “Fluturi galbeni”, and the second one in 2001: “Piatră, piatră”. Her voice so special, Maria was inclined to sing folklore and gipsy traditional music (“muzică lăutărească” in Romanian language), being the perfect entertainer in TV-shows, restaurants or private parties, where she performs. She sings with her husband, George Pătraşcu, and his band. They have a boy whose name is Victor Andrei Pătraşcu. The Romanian artist declared that her family is her “nest”, place of happiness and peace.

As an actress, she made her debut in 1998 on National Theatre stage (Bucharest), during “O batistă în Dunăre” (director Ion Cojar). She also played in “Satana cel bun şi drept” (directors Gelu Colceag and Puiu Şerban), “Boabe de rouă pe frunză de lotus în bătaia lunii” (director Gelu Colceag), “Cadavrul viu” (The Living Corpse by Tolstoi, in 2001), “Burghezul gentilom” (The Middle-Class Gentleman by Molière in 2006) and “Sinucigaşul” (The Suicide by Erdman in 2009). In plus, Maria was actress in 4 movies and one musical (at Globus Circus, Bucharest).

Talented figure, Maria Buză is permanently invited to different TV-shows where she brings smile  to everyone’s face as she combines humour with a rich musical repertoire. For 5 years, she was part of “Vouă” entertaining group, very popular at that moment (also, “Vouă” team made an “entertainment” tour  in USA and Canada in 1997 and 1998).

Maria Buză is a Romanian artist who is designing smiles through artistic and humorous excellence. Her performances as an actress can be seen at National Theatre in Bucharest, 2 Nicolae Bălcescu Boulevard, near “Universitate” subway station.

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