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On December 14, Roman Miroshnichenko and his band performed at the 1st fundraising evening of the «My Step» charitable fund was held at the Dvin Music Hall in Yerevan, Armenia. The event titled «Be Happy» and was in the context of the #BeHappy social movement. The guests were warmly welcomed by the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of «My Step» Anna Hakobyan, and the Executive Director of the Foundation Hovhannes Ghazaryan. The fundraiser raised more than $1,5 million, which will be doubled by philanthropist Christine Simon. Also, the special guests of the evening were Mario Biondi, a popular Italian singer and Maxim Vengerov, a world-renowned Grammy Award-winning violinist.




Enjoy Roman's trio perfromance video-compilation at D'Addario Guitar Festival. NAMM Musikmesse Russia, Moscow, September 2019:


Roman Miroshnichenko's composition 'Song For Godfather Of Fusion' is a Finalist of 24th Annual USA Songwriting Competition in the "Instrumental" category!



We are proud to announce that Roman Miroshnichenko's compositions "Alien’s Electrik Dream" and "Ascension" from his latest album "Ascension" made Semi-FINALISTs 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 2018 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.”


Enjoy live version of Roman's Award-winning composition «Ascension», featuring Val Chernook - (drums), Oleg Kanakov (bass guitar).

* Shot for Ivan Smirnov's tribute concert at Central House Of Arts in Moscow. Feb 2019.

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