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We are proud to announce that Roman Miroshnichenko's composition "Adios Amigo" from his latest album "Ascension" made FINALIST of the UK Songwriting Contest, "Instrumental" category!

A UKSC spokesperson said : “The UK Songwriting Contest judges include top multi- platinum Grammy, Emmy and BRIT Award winning songwriters and producers who have worked closely with such artists as Christina Aguilera, Sting, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Kylie Minogue, Robbie Williams, Oasis, Britney Spears and many others. There were more than 6,000 entries in the 2017 contest and we are pleased that muli-Award winning guitarist and composer Roman Miroshnichenko has achieved such an impressive result in this year’s event and wish him every success in the future.”

The UK Songwriting Contest was launched in London in 2002. To this day UKSC is one of the longest running songwriting contests in the world.


We’re proud to announce that Roman Miroshnichenko is now an Ambassador for Schertler acouctic amplifiers! He will be using the JAM 100 in the studio and on the road!

Roman says: "I'm extremely honoured to be representing this Great company making the best acoustic amps in the world!"


Roman Miroshnichenko's composition "Bootman Badroomba" is a Finalist of 22nd Annual USA Songwriting Competition!



Roman Miroshnichenko is celebrating 25 years of music! Being the 2009 - 2016 Independent Music Awards 4-times winner and the USA Songwriting Competition First Prize Winner, Roman is the Russia’s most prominent and celebrated guitarist. His name is featuring on «The Great Jazz Guitarists» encyclopedia by Hal Leonard Books, the most comprehensive and competent guide to jazz guitarists ever published (from Django Reinhardt to John Mclaughlin and beyond). During his career he has worked with such musicians as Steve Vai, Al Di Meola, Marco Mendoza, Heather Headley, Djivan Gasparyan, Dominique Di Piazza, to name a few. For a few years, he played in a duo with ‘godfather of fusion’ Larry Coryell.

Since 2016 Roman Miroshnichenko is an international projects director of the annual «World Of Guitar» festival which is one of the biggest and prestigious guitar festivals in Europe. In 2017 Miroshnichenko joined the judging panel of the 16th annual Independent Music Awards (IMA) program among with Tom Waits, Slayer, Sepultura and others.

Roman celebrates his creative life jubilee by releasing new album «Ascension». The new album was released on 2nd October, 2017 and entitled Roman, was recorded with his long time band, which includes Val Chernook on drums and Oleg Kanakov on bass. He is also joined by special guests: Grammy-winning violinist Charlie Bisharat, famous Argentinian pianist Mario Parmisano, renown Floridian musicians Luis Alicea (drums) and Aron Ferre (keyboards), Danish virtuoso Henrik Andersen and world class percussionist Gumbi Ortiz, who has played with Al Di Meola for 30 years. Two album’s songs Roman dedicated to his close friends and collaborators - Larry Coryell and Mario Olivares.

Al Di Meola, the legendary guitarist, commented on the release: «Roman's adventurous complex playing and songs take the listener on a tour de force journey. Carrying on with a great tradition of fusion well done!»

The album included an «electric» version of Roman's Award-winning song Alien's Dream, which was written for the latest project World Of Guitar Trio and is dedicated to one of the greatest guitaplayers of all time Steve Vai, who very kindly responded to the new release: «Congratulations on your record! And thanks so much for the touching Alien’s Dream. It’s quite beautiful! I like music that has some rich changes and cool melody!»

Congrats on 25 years of making music for the world to enjoy!

Grab the album: CD Baby, iTunes


On June 15, Roman Miroshnichenko has performed at the State Kremlin Palace with the Moscow Symphony Orchestra "Russian Philharmonic", which was conducted by the famous Swedish conductor Ulf Wadenbrandt. Standing ovations of 6000 absolutely happy people! Photoreport is here...

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