Roman Kosarev, viola

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Roman Kosarev, viola

Roman Kosarev is a faculty member at Oakland University and is the Principal Violist of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra. In the past few years, he has also served as a principal at the Greater Lansing Symphony, Midland Symphony, Battle Creek Symphony, and Blue Lake Festival Orchestras. He actively performs with numerous orchestras in Michigan and Ontario, including London, Kingston, Grand Rapids, and Kalamazoo Symphonies.

A native of Russia, Dr. Kosarev pursued his Bachelor and Master of Music degrees at the Nizhniy Novgorod State Conservatory, and his Doctorate in Viola Performance at the Michigan State University. 

Dr. Kosarev has played as a soloist with the Windsor, Oakland, and Salisbury Symphonies, Oakland University Chamber Orchestra, and Blue Lake Festival Orchestra. He is an active performer at numerous chamber music series, including Magisterra Soloists, the Scarab Club, Verdehr and Friends, the Fourth Wall, and others. With solo and chamber recitals, Dr. Kosarev performed in the United States, Canada, Russia, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Austria, and Greece.

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