Roman Miroshnichenko Releases New Single, "The Polovtsian Dances".
(Published: December 24, 2012)
Mixing rich, flamenco-inspired romanticism - heavily influenced by Al Di Meola and Larry Coryell; both friends and mentors - with Latin influences drawn both from Spanish traditions and Roman Miroshnichenko's own Russian heritage, "Polovtsian Dances" is a crossover masterpiece. "The Polovtsian Dances" are perhaps the best known selections from Alexander Borodin's opera "Prince Igor" (1890).
"The year 2012 was a very exciting and productive year for me, and I wanted to close it with, as well as open the New Year, with the release of my newest single from my upcoming album," Roman Miroshnichenko says. "Hope you all have a very Happy Holiday and a bright and prosperous New Year! Enjoy!"
Roman Miroshnichenko is one of the most prominent virtuosos in the contemporary instrumental jazz-fusion field of Russia, Ukraine, ex-USSR, and Eastern Europe.
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