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Robert Ian Winstin is currently the Composer-in-Residence of the Kiev Philharmonic Orchestra, Music Director and Principal Conductor of the Millennium Symphony, Music Director and Principal Conductor of the American Symphonietta, and Principal Guest Conductor of the Kiev Philharmonic Orchestra. He is a former Chairman of the Mayor’s Arts Commission (IL), past President of the Foundation for New Music and is a Paul Harris Fellow.

Winstin has written more than 200 works, including five symphonies, two piano concertos, a cello concerto, two violin concertos, and numerous chamber and solo instrumental works. His Spirituals for Violin and Orchestra had its première at Carnegie Hall (written for violin virtuoso Itzhak Perlman). His latest recording, Taliban Dances, was recently released by ERMMedia.

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Role: Conductor 
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