9 March 1950 (age 68)
Dan Andrei Aldea (b. 9 March 1950 in Bucharest) is a Romanian rock multi-instrumentalist (guitars, violin and keyboards, mainly) and vocalist, best known for his work with the band Sfinx, and his solo career.
He was graduated from the Music Academy in Bucharest, and is known as one of the best rock guitar players from Romania. Aldea has lived in Germany since 1981, after defecting. Just before defecting, he had played for several months in a night club in Belgium with his band Sfinx.
Along with Dorin Liviu Zaharia, he composed music for the movie Nunta de piatră (The Stone Wedding). He also wrote music for the audiobook "Faust", read by Rolf Günther.
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