Stefanet Anatol

Anatol Stefanet is musician, composer, the Honored Artist of Moldova Republic, The member of Romanian Filmmakers Union and Art director of Ethno-jazz Festival in Moldova.

He is leader and the author of music of Trigon group and Stefanet folk band, composer of music for drama play “Metamorphoses” (Satiricus theater, Chisinau),   and films Still Center by Carina Tautu ( Romania/USA, 2005),  “Lupii si Zeii” by Sandu Vasilache (Moldova Film, 2009) , Nunta in Basarabia by Napoleon Helmis ( Romania/Moldova, 2010).  

Known as a virtuoso of the viola, he was a special guest of International Viola Congress 2001 in New Zealand, Wellington.

As a leader of folk orchestra he recorded 4 CDs in France and Estonia. One of his solo CDs "Anatol Stefanet - bratsch solo" was marked by French press by "SHOCK in Musique du Monde" in 1999, 2002, 2006 years. With Trigon group edited 8 CDs in France, Germany, Russia, Rumania, Moldova, Belgium, Greece. He was a member of Okay Temiz "Black Sea Orchestra" named by the press "all star band" (Virtual Womex) and played in Berlin Experimenti orchestra conducted by Bardo Henning and Sea Zone trio (Enver Izmailov, Anatol Stefanet, Vali Boghean).