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Fierbinteanu is an experimental music duo, active in Bucharest/Romania. The group consists of Gabriela Fierbinteanu (vocals) and Cristian Fierbinteanu (computer, bass, vocals). Their music contains elements of pop, electronica, psychedelic, noise, ambient and sound collage. In 2012 they won the Antonin Dvorak's music remix contest, organized by the Czech Centre in Bucharest.

In concerts, they combine live performance with the manipulation of analog and digital sound. They released in May 2013 an album (Silence As Beauty) via Local Records (independent Romanian label) and a double disc in 2012 (The Beauty Of Music), which includes some of their earlier material along with contributions from Claudiu Ilariean (romanian independent musician). They also put out a maxi-single CD (six renditions of a song called 'Love Goes Round In Circles') and have several other online releases.

Gabriela and Cristian Fierbinteanu have performed in clubs, galleries and online radio stations in Bucharest and have played live in Prague. They opened for or featured along romanian, american, english, german, french and czech artists.

Fierbinteanu collaborate and also play live with Plurabelle (stage name of Alex Bala, electronic recording artist). Recently, Cristian Fierbinteanu and Dan Michiu Dinescu (romanian experimental guitarist) released live CD with a sound- session they performed in early 2013

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Album Silence As Beauty by Fierbinteanu

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