Nicolae Gheorghiță studied at the National University of Music Bucharest (UNMB, fields of specialization: Byzantine Music and Musicology, at BA, MA and Doctoral level) and further completed his training in Athens and Thessaloniki. He has also been the recipient of research grants in Cambridge (UK), St. Petersburg and Venice. In parallel, Nicolae Gheorghiță completed two post-doctoral programs at New Europe College and the Musical Institute for Advanced Doctoral Studies in Bucharest (UNMB). Nicolae Gheorghiță is a member of the Romanian Union of Composers and Musicologists. He has been awarded this institution's prize for the volumes Byzantine Music between Constantinople and the Danubian Principalities: Studies in Byzantine Musicology (2010) and Musical Crossroads. Church Chants and Brass Bands at the Gates of the Orient (2015), as well as the Romanian Academy Prize for latter book.
Currently, he teaches Byzantine musical paleography, musical stylistics and theories of Byzantine chant performance at UNMB, and is also an active conductor and chanter in the Psalmodia Byzantine music academic choir.