Mădălina Constantinescu studied classical canto at the Georges Enesco National College of Music in the class of Daniela Chihaia-Popa. From 2011 to 2013 she studied canto at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Munich, in the class of Sylvia Greenberg. She went on to study Canto and the Musical Performing Arts in the class of Claudia Codreanu at the National University of Music, Bucharest, graduating in 2019. Throughout her academic career, she has won numerous prizes: First Prize and the Soprano Eleonora Enăchescu In Memoriam Prize at the Victor Giuleanu National Competition, the Grand Prize and Prize for Female Performance at the Independent Operas Festival, First Prize at the Stella Maris National Competition.
Since 2016, she has been a soloist with the Children’s Comic Opera, where she has played numerous parts: Dorothy, in the musical Little Dorothy, Queen Jasomy in the musical Gulliver by Marius Țeicu, Liesl von Trapp in The Sound of Music by Richard Rogers, Dochița in the operetta New Moon by Ciprian Porumbescu, Puss-in-Boots and the Princess in the opera Puss-in-Boots by Cornel Trăilescu, Livietta in the opera buffa Livietta e Tracollo, Rosina in The Barber of Seville by G. Rossini, Rosalie Mullins in the musical School of Rock by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Frasquita and Mercedes in Carmen by Bizet, the Blonde in the opera Abudction from the Seraglio, and the Queen of Night in Mozart’s The Enchanted Flute. She works with numerous theatre and opera directors, including Cristian Mihăilescu, Ștefan Neagrău, Anda Tăbăcaru, Antoaneta Cojocaru, Daniel Prallea, Laurent Festas, Emil Pantelimon, Răzvan Mazilu, and Irina Furdui.