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Victor Romanul

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As a soloist, violinist Victor Romanul has 93 concerti in his repertoire. Performances of the complete 24 Paganini caprices, the six Ysaye Sonatas, or the Bach Sonatas and Partitas are commonplace in his schedule. Previous season’s performances included concerti by John Williams, Sibelius, Jose White Lafitte, Beethoven, Saint-Saëns, Tchaikovsky, Glazunov, Mendelssohn, Paganini, the Brahms Double concerto, the Bach Double Concerto for Violin and Oboe, the Beethoven Triple Concerto, and many more. Having delved deeply into the obscure great works of the historic virtuoso violinists, he delights in bringing them to the concert stage. Romanul has written an article for Strings Magazine about the story of his career, and Mel Magazine featured him in an article about learning to love classical music, comparing his performance to that of Eddie Van Halen. A student of Jascha Heifetz, Joseph Silverstein, and Ivan Galamian, Romanul served for three years as concertmaster of the Ars Poetica Chamber Orchestra based in Detroit, comprising outstanding players from major U.S. orchestras. The Boston Symphony Orchestra has streamed performances of Romanul’s solo and chamber music work, including Paganini’s Aria in A, Sauret’s Fantasie, Bach’s Chaconne, the Maud Powell arrangement of Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen recorded at Tanglewood, and William Grant Still Suite for Violin and Piano recorded from the Symphony Hall stage

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