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06/04/2022

Roman Miroshnichenko just started to celebrate his 45th birthday at the International House of Music stage on May 28, 2022 with his friends. Among them are Vladimir Chamber Orchestra, Argentinian pianist and keyboardist Mario Parmisano, bass guitarist Oleg Kanakov, drummer Valery Chernook and percussionist Arthur Gazarov.

The program of the anniversary concert will include compositions by outstanding instrumentalists of our time: Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Bunny Brunel, Astor Piazzolla, as well as the original compositions of Roman Miroshnichenko, thanks to which he won recognition in the world.

Another celebration of the anniversary of Roman Miroshnichenko took place at the XXV International Music Festival "The World of the Guitar", which will was held from May 23 to 27 in Kaluga. One of the largest guitar forums in the world was traditionally presented a variety of musical genres for five days, bringing together musicians from 12 countries of the world on stage. At the opening of the festival, Roman Miroshnichenko, Mario Parmisano and the world famous bass player, ex-member of Whitesnake and Thin Lizzy Marco Mendoza were presented the Viva La Rock project to the accompaniment of the Russian Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra.

05/31/2022

Roman Miroshnichenko joined the International Union of Musical Figures

On May 31, 2022, Roman Miroshnichenko became an active member of the International Union of Musical Figures (IUM). Along with active concert activity, thanks to his authority and vast experience, Roman Miroshnichenko is in demand as a producer and organizer of major musical events. For many years he has been the CEO of international projects of the World of Guitar festival. And in April 2022, Roman Miroshnichenko was appointed Advisor to the Governor of the Vladimir Region Alexander Avdeev and is already working on new projects in the field of culture.

History reference:

The creation of the International Union of Musical Figures was determined by the desire to revive the traditions of Russian and national musical enlightenment, the development of the musical cultures of all the peoples that make up the country. Outstanding masters of musical performing art stood at the origins of the creation of the musical society. The main task of the creative union is to make music accessible to the public, to pass on to new generations the socio-historical life of musical activity, to preserve the domestic musical heritage, to revive and develop national traditions of musical culture, to distribute the best examples of world musical art - these tasks are still being solved by the International Union of Musical Figures .

05/17/2022

The Crying Machine: Steve Vai recorded a new version of his hit in collaboration with Roman Miroshnichenko and his father

Famed guitarist Steve Vai has taken a break from a massive world tour to record a new album with the Dutch Metropole Symphony Orchestra and the Danish National Radio Orchestra. The arrangement of one of the tracks - "The Crying Machine" - was created by Steve in collaboration with Roman Miroshnichenko and his father Maxim Miroshnichenko.

“A few years ago we played an unforgettable joint concert with Steve, accompanied by a large symphony orchestra. The only song that did not have an orchestral arrangement was "The Crying Machine". I wanted to rectify the situation and voiced the idea to my father, an experienced arranger. First, the first sketch was made. I showed it to Steve, he "fired up" and approved the idea. This was followed by difficult work, — says Roman. — My part of cooperation was as a proofreader. Also, I made suggestions and changes to the score so that the arrangement would match Vai's style as much as possible. Steve also offered his ideas and at the final stage he made the brass parts a little more intense. He also kindly agreed that I included this composition in my repertoire.

The new arrangement, accompanied by Symphony Orchestra "Camerata Florianópolis", premiered in Brazil at the Rock In Rio festival in front of 90,000 people. Recently, Steve informed Roman that the long-awaited new version has been successfully recorded with an orchestra.

“The only reason I’m recording it is because you gave me that orchestration. Many thanks again my friend!"  thanks Steve warmly.

05/12/2022

We're proud to announce that Roman Miroshnichenko just won HONORABLE MENTION prize in the International Songwriting Competition (ISC) under the “Instrumental" category for composition “New Shapes”, feat. Gumbi Ortiz and Bickram Ghosh, from the latest Award-winning joint with Henrik Andersen album "New Shapes".

The International Songwriting Competition (ISC) is an annual song contest which has the most prestigious panel of judges (Coldplay, Tom Waits, John Mayal, Arturo Sandoval, Jack Dejohnette, Dave Koz to name a few) of all the songwriting and music contests in the world with over 21,000 entries from 150 countries. 

05/03/2022

Enjoy new single «Fusion Holidays» - the first new material of updated CAB's line-up has released since 2011!

“Fusion Holidays” was conceived by 2-time Grammy-nominated bassist Bunny Brunel and is a “one-off” single featuring famed Russian guitarist Roman Miroshnichenko.  Other musicians are Virgil Donati (drums) Kaylene Peoples (flute), and Mahesh Balasooriya (keys).  

Out the gate this song moves with a dynamic melody played in unison by guitar and flute. Miroshnichenko takes the first solo and paints a hard-hitting melodic portrait, filled with tasty riffs and serious shredding; keyboardist Mahesh Balasooriya, (Stanley Clarke, Natalie Cole), plays a hip, exciting piano solo.  Flutist Kaylene Peoples (Bobby Lyle, Hubert Laws) solos at the outro, and drummer Virgil Donati (Planet X, CAB) locks in the groove with Bunny’s bass.

Bunny Brunel, who has played with Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams, and Al Jarreau is known for his mind-blowing bass solos.  He captivates with his signature fretless while putting his stamp all over this powerful, groove-heavy track!  / Schmooze Jazz magazine, April 22, 2022 /

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