He is considered one of the most important musicians in his country. Composer, pedagogue, violinist, pianist and orchestral director. His career was based mainly in France where he was known as Georges Enesco.
He studied in the Conservatory of Vienna (Austria), the city where his concerts excited both press and public, when only 12 years old. From 1895 until 1899 he studied at the Conservatory of Paris (France) under maestros such as Gabriel Fauré, where he also made his debut as an orchestral conductor.
In the beginning of the twentieth century he concentrated on composition. It is from this period that his most renowned compositions were composed, including his work dedicated to the trumpet.