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ROMAN REWAKOWICZ

The Polish conductor Roman Rewakowicz completed his musical education at the Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw. His conducting activity includes guest appearances with a number of symphonic orchestras in Poland, Russia and Ukraine, including the Sinfonia Varsovia, the Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Warsaw, the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Kyiv Camerata, the Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Rostov Philharmonic Orchestra.

He is a co-founder and has been co-organizer of the International Contemporary Music Festival Contrasts in Lviv, Ukraine, where he appeared as a conductor and gave premières of a number of works by Lutosławski, Penderecki, Pärt and others in Ukraine. He is well known as a promoter of Polish and Ukrainian contemporary music, and pays special attention to the works of composers of the young and middle generations.

Role: Conductor 
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