Roman Iasinovskyi

Roman Iasinovskyi

Music and singing is the essential part in Dakh's plays and performances. Roman Yasinovskyi, great actor, singer and choir conductor creates music for plays together with Vlad Troitskyi succeeding sometimes to play violin or some other music instrument and to sing at the same time. It is thanks to Roman's professionalism that Dakh's actors many of whom never sang in their lives before turned into one tremendous choir that gives one the shivers when singing. Roman is also singing in a church choir.

 

Date of birth: 1th of August, 1982

Place of birth: Ternopil, Ukraine

 

Education:

- in 2003 graduated from Ternopil Music College (chief - vocal, choir conductor)

- in 2007 graduated from Karpenko-Karyi Theatre, Cinema, and Television National University (chief – theatre and cinema actor, Tanuk L.S.  course)

 

Theatre:

from 2004 – Centre of Contemporary Art DAKH

 

Plays:

Prologue to Macbeth - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Coffee And Cigarettes - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Almost The Play, Almost Pirandello, Or The Death Dance - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Richard III. Prologue - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Marriage, after M.Gogol's play – directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Ukranian Decamerone, after KLIM's play – directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

King Lear. Prologue - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Almost The Play, Almost Pirandello, Or The Death Dance. Reanimation - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

The Death of Gogol - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

 Anna, after Y. Klavdiyev's play - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Spinelessness. The Evening For People With Broken Cariage, after I. Lausund's play - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi 

Oedipus The King. Prologue, after Sophocles' play - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Dreams of The Lost Road - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Oedipus. Dog's Cage, after plays of Sophocles "Oedipus The King" and KLIM "Doghouse. Antiutopia from silent majority's life" - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

 

Teachers:

Vladyslav Trotskyi,

Petro Panchuk

 








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