| guitar, violin|
Folk music, Pop music
| 1983 – present|
| 30 January 1965 (age 52)
Cluj, Romania (1965-01-30) |
Musician, composer, vocalist
Bianca Patricia Imre, Azad Alexandru Imre, Cristian Emeric Imre
Iarna Mea Cu Ochii Mari, Nebun de alb
Mircea Vintilă, Magda Puskas, Dinu Olăraşu, Mircea Baniciu, Adrian Ivanițchi
Emeric Imre (born 30 January 1965) is a Romanian guitarist, musician, vocalist and composer.
Emeric Imre was born in 1965 in Cluj in the housing district Dâmbul Rotund. His mother was half Romanian Romani half Polish and his father was half Hungarian, half Jew.
During his childhood he was urged by his father to turn into a musician and he began to study violin. As a young boy he was a football lover and practiced football for nine years. Emeric went often to training with the violin under his arm. Then disaster came... after two years of music, he ended with giving up his musical studies. Leaving the sports career is one of his sorrows.
In 1984 he became part of the folk stage of Cenaclul Flacăra as folk singer until 2000 when Cenaclul Flacăra was disbanded.
After this Emeric Imre fought to promote folk music. Besides participating in events such as the yearly tournament Folk You, he organized folk evenings in Pub Zone located in Cluj-Napoca with the some of the main Romanian folk singers such as Dinu Olărașu, Adrian Ivanițchi, Tatiana Stepa, Florin Chilian, Vali Moldovan, Octavian Bud, Emilian Onciu, and Magda Puskas.
Beginning with 2006 he pushed more for his solo career, his own shows and begun to release records.
In 2006 he prints the album Nebun de alb ( English translation White Bishop).
In 2012 he prints the album Târziu ( English translation Late).
In 2014 he lauches his winter album named Iarna mea cu ochii mari ( English translation My Winter With Big Eyes). At this album contributed among others Jimi El Laco (Nightlosers), Dorel Vișan, Dumitru Fărcaș, Cornel Udrea, Hollondus J.Zoltanau, Magda Puskas.
During his career, Emeric Imre he received the following awards:
Musical prize awarded by Radio România:"Best folk folk album" of the year 2012 for the album Târziu.
"Best folk singer" of the year 2012
"Best song" of the year 2012 with the song Cântec de final.
Emeric composed over 260 folk songs. Among those the most important are:Nebun de alb aka. White Bishop lyrics by Adrian Păunescu (2006)
Bună varianta rea lyrics by Adrian Păunescu
Orație de nuntă lyrics by Adrian Păunescu
Noapte de unul singur lyrics by Adrian Păunescu
Juramânt lyrics by Adrian Păunescu
Condamnarea la toamnă lyrics by Adrian Păunescu
Cântec pentru Aurora lyrics by Emeric Imre
Respirarea aerului de sub aripă pe lyrics by Nichita Stănescu
Sinuciderea lui Don Juan lyrics by de Ion Minulescu
Scrisoare suparată lyrics by Viorel Garbaciu
Cântec de final lyrics by Dorin Tudoran
Povestea cavalerului cu brici lyrics by Emil Brumaru
Nebun de alb (2006)
Iarna mea cu ochii mari (2014)
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Nebun de albNebun de alb · 2006Emeric Imre Wikipedia
Orație de nuntă2008
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