Mihaela Buhaiciuc is currently a full-time voice faculty at Transilvania University of Brasov, where she coordinates the vocal performance area. Her operatic repertoire includes roles such as Haendel’s Nerone, Britten’s Miles, Mrs. Hayes in Floyd’s Susannah, Mozart’s Susanna, Despina, Zerlina; Bizet’s Micaela; Donizetti’s Norina, Seur Constance from Poulenc’s Dialogue Dialogue of Carmelites, La Princess from Ravel’s L’Enfant et les sortilèges. Buhaiciuc toured and performed across the U.S.A. and Europe; collaborated with Mobile Opera, Alabama; Stony Brook Opera of SBU New York, South Florida Lyric Opera Co., and Brasov Opera, Romania, and presented recitals in venues such as Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, Staller Center of the Performing Arts N.Y., Saenger Theater, Mobile Civic Center, Brookhaven National Government Laboratory, New York. Her repertoire consists of, cantatas, art songs, oratorio and chamber music from Baroque to postmodernism. Among these are included Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire, and Thierry Beçanson’s Strigoaicaria, premiered at Carnegie Hall in 2011.
Buhaiciuc was awarded the Ackerman Award by New York Foundation (2003), the Neumiller Voice Scholarship Award by the Stony Brook University, New York (2007); and the Megginson Research Award from the University of Mobile (2010), where she was full-time voice faculty for five years. She presented works at the Royal Academy of Music in London, UK; at the International Academic Forum, Osaka, Japan; at the International Congress of Voice Teachers, Paris, France; George Enesco International Festival, New York City. She is the author of the book: The Art of Singing. The Science of Emotions. Buhaiciuc holds a Master’s and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in vocal performance - under mezzosoprano Elaine Bonazzi -from Stony Brook University, New York.