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Roman Miroshnichenko (Russian: Роман Мирошниченко) (born June 4, 1977) - is one of the most prominent virtuosos of contemporary jazz[1] on ex-USSR territory. Roman is a phenomenal guitarist who has his own and highly individual touch and stamp on the guitar,[2] improvisation flight and melodic tunes all captured in his well-mixed recordings and enthralling live performances. Improvisational thinking and stylistic flexibility allow him to easily to flow into any project and even record very complex guitar parts impromptu in studio. Roman Miroshnichenko has performed, recorded or cooperated with Al Di Meola,[3] Larry Coryell,[4] Frank Colon, João Donato, Djivan Gasparyan, Milcho Leviev, Marco Mendoza, Augusto Enriquez, Saskia Laroo, among many others... Roman is an official Ovation Guitars,[5] PRS Guitars [6] and D'Addario strings artist.[7] Roman is the founder and the leader of RMProject. He and his band often tour CIS and Europe and Roman is a frequent visitor and headliner to the most prestigious jazz festivals.Awards

10th Annual 10th Annual The Independent Music Awards Nominee. The Best World Beat album category, 2011. [8]
9th Annual The Independent Music Awards Winner.[9] "The Best World Traditional Song category".[10]
9th IMA's judges: Aimee Mann, Anthony DeCurtis, Lee Ritenour, Rob Wasserman, Shelby Lynne, Tim Pagnotta, Zooey Deschanel, Hanson, Judy Collins, Suzanne Vega, Vijay Iyer, Butch Walker.
9th Annual The Independent Music Awards. "People VOX POP Choice nominee" Winner[11]
The owner "Grand prix" international jazz festival-competition "Do#Dж junior 2004", Ukraine. "The Best Jazz Ensemble" nominee.
The owner "Grand prix", "The Best Live Performance" nominee at music video competition of a popular Russian internet-portal Top4Top 2008.
The 1st prize winner in "The Best Guitarist" nominee at "Do#Dж junior 2004" international jazz festival-competition, Ukraine.
[edit]Solo performances at the festivals

" Jazz on Dnepr 2000 ", Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.
" Boheme Guitar Festival 2001 ", Moscow.
" Viva La Fiesta Latina 2002 ", Moscow.
" Tudengijazz 2003 " Tallinn, Estonia
" Boheme Jazz Festival 2003 ", Moscow
" Jazz in Hermitage 2003 ", Moscow (to Roman is given the honourable right of opening of festival ). Festival headliners: Randy Brecker, Dave Kikoski, Bill Evans, Lew Tabackin, Igor Butman.
" Jazz province 2003 " (at participation of groups from the United States, Italy, Cuba, in twelve largest concert halls of cities Russia).
" GuitarWorld 2003 ", Kaluga, Russia.
" Russian Style 2004 ", Moscow.
" GuitarWorld 2004 ", Kaluga, Russia.
" IX festival of a jazz guitar 2004 ", Saint Petersburg.
" Mega Jazz Masters 2004 ", Moscow.
" Nida Jazz 2004 ", Nida, Lithuania.
" Music Fest 2004 ", Moscow.
" The Christmas Jazz 2004 ", Moscow, Tchajkovski Concert Hall.
" Rio-Havana-New York 2004 ", Moscow.
" Festival Jazz on Dnepr 2005 ", Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine.
" GuitarWorld 2005 ", Kaluga, Russia.
" Festival Nida Jazz 2005 ", Nida, Lithuania.
" Day of Jazz in Istanbul 2005 ", Istanbul, Turkey.
" Jazz in Hermitage 2005 ", Moscow.
" Nida Jazz 2006 ", Nida, Lithuania,
" Bazzday 2006 ", Moscow.
" IX Big Smoke 2006 ", Moscow
" Long Arms 2006", Moscow
" X Big Smoke 2007 ", Moscow
" Jazz Carnival 2007 ", Chelyabinsk, Russia
" GuitarWorld 2008 ", Kaluga, Russia. Festival headliner: John McLaughlin
GuitarWorld 2009, Kaluga, Russia. Feat.: Tommy Emmanuel, Leo Brower
«Nida Jazz» 2009. Nida, Lithuania
«Uzutrakio Vakarai», 2009. Trakai, Lithuania
«Jazz Province», 2009. Russia

April 2003, 2005 - performances with a trumpet player from Holland, Saskia Laroo.
May 2003 - performances at the Boheme Jazz Festival with well-known Russian pianist Igor Bril. Festival headliners: John Scofield, Tanya Maria, Cesária Évora.
September 2003 - performances with American pianist, Milcho Leviev.
Since 2003 - participation in «7 Winds», accompanied by the best dancing pairs in the world competing in the World championships on the Latin American dances among professionals in State Kremlin Hall, Moscow.
December–January 2003-2004 - performances with known Cuban group, Sexto Sentido.
May 2004 performances with Al Di Meola in Kaluga and Moscow (Russia).
Nowember 2004 - performances with group Sexto Sentido (Cuba), with known percussionist Frank Colon.
June 2005 - performances with Frank Colon and with American pianist Andrew Kitaev.
September 2005 - participation in the show " Pierre Richard Sextet and stars of the Russian jazz.
September 2006 - performance with Frank Colon Band in a residence of the ambassador the USA. Moscow, Spaso House.
December 2006 - performance with one of the most well-known musicians of world Djivan Gasparyan, accompanied by Russian national symphonic orchestra on the State Kremlin Concert Hall stage
February 2007 - performances with Saskia Laroo
May–October 2007 - record of the joint album by Bril brothers and Roman Miroshnichenko with special guests-stars featuring: Igor Butman, Igor Bril, Saskia Laroo, Vladimir Presnyakov (sr), Sergey Mazaev, to name a few.
November 2007 - 1st performance of new "Russian Guitar Trio" with featuring: Roman Miroshnichenko-Ivan Smirnov-Vadim Chebanov
May 2008 - guitar tracks recording for "The Musical Nation Project". Feat.: Jamie Glaser, Frank Colon(USA), Clive Stevens (Great Britain), Diego Souto(Argentina), Joao Correia, Daniel Figueiredo(Brazil).
June 2008 - performance for the president of Russia Dmitry Medvedev in Konstantinovsky Palace in St. Petersburg during his informal meetings with the leaders of the CIS countries at an economic forum.
October 2008 - performance as special guest in Frank Colon Band at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. Musicians feat.: Cecilia Tenconi(sax), David Mit(drums), Anthony Simarozi(bass), Ben Stevers(piano)
October 2008 - performance with João Donato (Brasil)
October 2008 - performance with Lica Cecato (Brasil)
Summer 2009 - European tour
Autumn 2010 - Fall Tour Russia
  • Members:
    Roman Miroshnichenko
  • Sounds Like:
    Al Di Meola
  • Influences:
    Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin
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