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Roman Fedčuk

Roman Fedchuk was born in the Ukraine. Even while a student at the Music College of St. Krushelnicka in Lvov he was considered one of the most promising talents of his generation. While still a student there he performed with Lvov Philharmonic, even gaining his first success at the Jan Kocián International Music Competition.

He continued his studies at the legendary Tschaikovski Moscow Conservatory under professor Z. Shimurzaieva. During his studies he also consulted with world famous violinists D. Cyganov and I. Stern. In 1991 he became a laureate of the renown international competition "Vianna da Motta" in Lisbon, then going on to receive other prestigious awards at international competitions such as the Prague Spring in 1992, V.Hummel 1993, and the Gernbach International Music Competition 1996.


His debut - at 11 years - as a soloist was Mendelsohn's Violin Concerto with Lvov Philharmonic, thereafter performing with Kyslovodsk Philharmonic, Briansk Philharmonic, Zagreb Philharmonic, the West Bohemian Symphonic Orchestra and Virtuosi Pragensis. He is also a frequent guest of European music festivals, such as Iserloh (Germany 1991, 1992), Tour (France 1993), Chursächsische Sommer (Germany 1996), the 9th International Festival of Music and Dance in Ubeda (Spain, 1997), the 2nd Music Festival in Moscow (Russia, 1997 ) and the Bohemia Festival (Czech Republic, 1998), International festival of Václav Jírovec (Czech Republic, 2002), etc.

Roman Fedchuk collaborated closely with the Moscow Philharmonic Ensemble Concertino (under the direction of E. Bushkov) and later as concertmaster of one of the best chamber ensembles, Moscow Soloists (under Y. Bashmet) and he performed at some of the world's foremost concert halls, such as Albert Hall, Gewandhaus etc. As guest concertmaster he has worked with other European music Ensembles and Orchestras, for example the G. Verdi Orchestra or the Chursächsische Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra.

He has lived in Prague since 1994 and he founded the international ensemble of soloists "Concertino Prague", which performed successfully not only in the Czech Republic, but also in other European countries (France, Spain, Germany, ....).

Through his important and long-term collaboration with harpist Stania Ramešová, their duo "Renaissance" gained great popularity with audiences of music salons and small chamber stages. They achieved this not only in Prague and other Czech towns, but also in Genoa, Ubeda, Odense, Moscow, Lvov and other foreign venues. They took part in Seventh World Harp Congress in June 1999 in Prague and Eight World Harp Congress in July 2002 in Genewa.

Together with German soprano Regina Renzowa, a soloist of Folksoper in Vienna, on their 1997 CD they recorded "Masters of Romantic" with compositions by world composers of the 19th and 20th centuries. In June 2001 he had concert-turne with Stania Ramešová and Regina Renzowa in Japan. In May 2002 he recorded CD with J.S. Bach violin concertos.

Since 1999 is a member of Ludwig Piano Quartet and leader of European String Quartet.