The violinist Diana Jipa is one of the most versatile and gifted Romanian violinists. As a soloist, she made her debut at the age of 10 with “Gh. Dima” Philharmonic Orchestra – Braşov, soon afterwards becoming constantly invited to perform with most of the Romanian philharmonic orchestras and not only, holding also recitals and concerts in Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Cuba, Czech Republic, England, Germany, Greece, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Norway, Poland, Russia, Scotland, South Korea, Sweden.
She earned the most appreciated titles of the national and international musical competitions and performed in many countries of Europe and Asia. Her participations in festivals include “George Enescu” International Festival, 18th edition at the Romanian Atheneum with “Moldova” Philharmonic Orchestra, Bucharest; the 7th edition of “Paganiniana” Festival in Genova, Italy was dedicated to the exploration of the link between music, science and state-of-the-art technology of that time by reuniting reserchers from those fields with the participation of Diana Jipa throughout both classical violin and “Iperviolino. She was part of the Romanian violin school representation at the “New Names of the Planet” Festival in Bucharest & Moscow and at the Festivities celebrating 50 years since the foundation of UNESCO, Italy. She represented Romania in the Gala Concert that marked the signing of the Treaty of Accession to the European Union of Romania and Bulgaria – Brussels.
Her chamber music implication reflects in her collaboration with the pianist Ştefan Doniga, one the most refined musicians of his generation, as an instrumental duo having a professional background of over 170 concerts in the past few years, they toured 6 countries on 3 continents and recently released 10 online novel content series as part of the many projects they initiated as promoters of Romanian music and cultural heritage; they also released 2 premiere recording CDs for the National Broadcasting Company.
In 2020, Diana Jipa obtained the doctor of musical arts title with the thesis “The French-Belgian violin playing through the prism of the repertory of violin and piano sonatas” at the National University of Music – Bucharest, where she also got her master’s degree with a thesis about Eugène Ysaӱe’s 6 Sonatas for Solo violin.
Some of the teachers she received master classes from are: Ştefan Gheorghiu, Wolfgang Marschner, Nataly M. Fichtengoltz, Petru Munteanu, Alexandru Gavrilovici, Sherban Lupu, Anatoly Resnikovsky, Rudolf Koelman, Isaac Schuldman, Krysztof Wegrzyn, Valeriu Rogacev.