Recently nominated for the Marie Taglioni European Award as "Best Conductor", Myron Romanul is “one of the most fascinating and intriguing musicians on the music scene today”. His passion and enthusiasm for music has given him the ability to bring people from many different types of arts and backgrounds together to produce spectacular performances that have moved audiences and attracted praise from critics; “for many years no conductor has reached Romanul's understanding of coordination between music and stage”.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, he comes from a musical family and is the grandson of Stella Roman, former leading dramatic soprano at La Scala and the Metropolitan Opera. Through her experience, he studied opera with her and was able to gain the insights and traditions of opera. He began studying piano and memorizing orchestral scores when he was six. Raised in Boston, Romanul has studied with, and performed with the best. He was featured with the New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble on the Angel-EMI recording "Scott Joplin: The Red Back Book", which won the 1973 Grammy Award for "Best Classical Chamber Music Performance". He studied conducting at the New England Conservatory of Music, the Boston University School of Music and the Berkshire Music Center at Tanglewood with Seiji Ozawa, Gunther Schuller and Joseph Silverstein. His long association with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, working with Ozawa, Kurt Mazur, Arthur Fiedler and John Williams, to mention a few, has been a strong influence in his growth as a conductor. After conducting orchestras such as the Central Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra, the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra and the Boston Ballet Orchestra, he moved to Germany where he has served as Kapellmeister and Associate and Assistant Music Directors in various opera houses in Stuttgart, Karlsruhe, Mainz and Essen. He has also guest conducted throughout Germany, including Munich, Bonn, Heidelberg, Darmstadt, Leipzig, Dresden and Halle as well as orchestras in Italy, France, Japan, China, Korea, Turkey, Iceland, Norway, Australia, Venezuela, Brazil, Chile and Romania. Romanul was a major force in the successful Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival in Alaska with his creative 16-year run as Music/Artistic Director. He was also "Resident Guest Artist" at Wesley College in Perth, Australia. His recently released CD, "The Piano of the Opera" has won critical acclaim.

He is currently conductor at the Nationaltheater Munich, Germany, where since 1987 he has been leading performances of the Bayern State Opera and Ballet. In addition, he is Principal Conductor of the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra and Guest Conductor at the Opera in Metz, France as well as at His Majesty’s Theater in Perth, Australia.

His theater experience extends from opera to operetta through ballet and musicals to big bands. Through his leadership, unique expression and generosity one can’t help but share his joy and pleasure in all genres of music.

Born March 21,1954 in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A





















Nationaltheater Munich: Conductor  

Nationaltheater Munich: Guest Conductor

Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra: Principal Conductor

His Majesty´s Theater, Perth, Australia: Guest Conductor

Oper Leipzig: Guest Conductor 

Performances with the Gewandhaus Orchester

Opéra national du rhin, France: Guest Conductor

Opéra Théâtre de Metz, France: Guest Conductor

Opernhaus Halle: Guest Conductor

Central Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra and Youth Orchestra: Principal Conductor

Ankara State Theater: Guest Conductor

Aalto Musiktheater Essen: Guest Conductor

Aalto Musiktheater Essen: First Conductor

Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival: Music Director/Conductor

Staatstheater Mainz: First Conductor & Associate Music Director

Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe: Second Conductor & Assistant Music Director

Staatstheater Stuttgart: Conductor & Solo Pianist with Stuttgart Ballet

New England Conservatory Repertory Youth Orchestra: Music Director  

Boston Lyric Opera: Assistant Conductor

Boston Ballet: Principal Conductor

Boston University School of Music, B.M. 1981

Berkshire Music Center at Tanglewood, 1973 & 1984

New England Conservatory of Music, 1972-1975

Studied with Seiji Ozawa, Arthur Fiedler, Gunther Schuller, Joseph Silverstein

Grammy Award for "Best Classical Chamber Music Performance" as pianist on the Angel-EMI record

Scott Joplin: The Red Back Book (New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble, Gunther Schuller conductor), 1973

Bela Bartók International Opera Conducting Competition, Cluj, Romania: Finalist, 2007

Marie Taglioni European Award: Nominated for Best Conductor, 2014

Abendzeitung München: "Stern der Woche" for interpretation of Tchaikovsky's Sleeping Beauty, 1987

Boston Symphony Orchestra Youth Concerts: Competition Winner and Soloist with the orchestra, 1970

International Jeunesses Musicales Competition, Belgrade: Winner of Chamber Music Competition, 1980

New England Conservatory: Presidential Honors, 1973

Boston University: Faculty Award for Outstanding Achievement in Piano Performance, 1980

Harry Dubbs Memorial Award Winner ( debut as Piano Soloist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra), 1965

International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England: Nominated for The International Mozart Award for Musical Achievement, 2009

Boston Symphony Orchestra: Keyboard, Cimbalom & Percussion Player; Rehearsal Pianist, 1972-1985

Arthur Fiedler: Touring Piano Soloist with Boston Pops Orchestra, 1970-1979

Wesley College, Perth, Australia, 2015

Artist in Residence: Masterclasses in Piano, Chamber Music and Orchestra, Lecturer in History of Symphony

Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival, Alaska, 1985-2000

Music Director of the Festival Orchestra, Faculty in Conducting, Piano and Chamber Music, Coordinator of planning groups, casting and concert programs.

New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, 1983-1985

Music Director of the Repertory Youth Orchestra, Regular Guest Conductor of the Youth Symphony Orchestra.

Boston University School of Music, 1982-1985

Assistant Faculty: Pianist for the String Department

Longy School of Music, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1979-1985

Faculty in Conducting, Piano and Chamber Music

Boston University School of Music, 1979-1981

Assistant Conductor of the Symphony Orchestra, Repertory Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, Brass Ensemble and Modern Music Ensemble

Kneisel Hall, Blue Hill, Maine, 1978-1983

Assistant to Artistic Director Leslie Parnas, Faculty in Piano and Chamber Music, Coordinator of assignments, casting and rehearsal plans for chamber music groups.