Victor Romasevich, Violinist & Violist
was born in Minsk,
Belarus, and as a youth studied with Rostislav Dubinsky of the famed Borodin
Quartet. He continued his training at the Moscow Conservatory and, following
his emigration to the United States in 1977, at Juilliard with Ivan Galamian.
In 1979, he became a violin and viola pupil of the composer and philosopher
Iosif Andriasov. Winner of the Gina Bachauer Prize at the 1985 J.S. Bach
International Competition, Mr. Romasevich joined the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
as Associate Principal Violist in 1990 and in 1992 moved to the First Violin
"Imagine learning a piece of chamber music by Beethoven..."
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