Mira Glodeanu graduated from the Bucharest Academy of Music, in the class of Modest Iftinchi, with the highest distinctions, and became interested in early music. After meeting musicians such as Jordi Savall, Manfredo Kraemer and William Christie, she specialised in Brussels, alongside Sigiswald Kuijken.
As a soloist and concertmaster, she has performed with numerous baroque orchestras around the world, including Collegium Vocale (Ghent), Tafelmusik (Toronto), Les Agrémens (Namur), and Al Ayre Espagnol (Zaragoza). In 2008, she co-founded the orchestra Poème Harmonique with Vincent Dumestre, for which she is concertmaster.
She is a lover of chamber music and has performed with Christina Pluhar (L'Arpeggiata), Marcel Ponseele (Il Gardellino) and Jean Tubéry (La Fenice). In 1998, with harpsichordist Frédérick Haas, she founded Ausonia, with whom she became the world's first to record F. Francoeur's violin sonatas.
After placing great emphasis on French music, notably a J. Ph. Rameau, the orchestra also recorded, in collaboration with the Ambronay label, all of J. S. Bach's sonatas for violin and obbligato harpsichord, as well as a concert of German and Austrian music for solo violin (Bach, Biber, Pisendel, Westhoff).
From 2012 to 2015 she was artistic director of the Philidor ensemble (Tours).
In 2016 she started her collaboration with the Hitasura label. She released a disc of Bach concertos, followed in spring 2018 by the first recording of Biber's Rosary Sonatas. In February 2021, she released a new recording dedicated to G. Tartini, the Enlightenment violinist.
Mira Glodeanu is an acclaimed teacher, teaching baroque violin at the Royal Conservatoire in Brussels and giving masterclasses in France, Spain, Romania, England, Germany and Brazil. She is a visiting/guest professor at the University of Salamanca.