✰ August 1st, 1927, Florica (Buzău County), România
✞ September 22, 2007, Vichy (Allier), France
He founded many orchestras like: Orchestre de chambre de Nantes (1959), Orchestre Pro Musica de Paris, l’Orchestre philharmonique de Versailles (1977).
During his career he conducted many known orchestras like : Orchestra Simfonică A Radioteleviziunii Române, Orchestre Symphonique De La Radiodiffusion Nationale Belge, Bruxelles, The London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre Colonne, Orchestre Philharmonique De Radio France.
Aged ten years he entered the Seminary of Buzău.
Out of high school and obtained his baccalaureate, he went to Bucharest to continue his theological studies and undertake serious musical studies at the Royal Academy of Music.
After the Second World War (1946), he comes to France as choirmaster of the Romanian Church (Orthodox Church) of St. Jean de Beauvais in Paris 9th.
In 1947, at the time of the triumph of the communist regime in România, Trajan decided to remain in France, where he adopt nationality in 1958.
Retired with his wife in Vichy since 2002, this is where Trajan passed away. Was burried in same grave with his son Christian Popescu, violinist, passed away at age 30 in 1991.
Trajan Popesco Discography Tracks
|SM30 685||Trajan Popesco||Liturgie De Saint Jean Chrysostome, Roumain Et Grec (LP, Album)||SM 20||SM30 685||France||1975||Sell This Version|
|Orchestre ”Pro Musica” De Paris* Sous La Direction De Trajan Popesco||Orchestre ”Pro Musica” De Paris* Sous La Direction De Trajan Popesco - Divertissements Symphoniques Et Chorégraphiques||Editions Montparnasse 2000||France||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|AS 68303||Trajan Popesco - Chorale Notre.Dame De Taverny*||Trajan Popesco - Chorale Notre.Dame De Taverny* - Messe En Français (Dediee A Saint Germain Des Pres) (LP)||MF (2)||AS 68303||France||Unknown||Sell This Version|