Roman Zaslavsky is renowned for his highly intellectual approach to music. He has performed at a number of highly respected international venues including the Laeiszhalle (Music Hall), Hamburg, the Recital Hall of the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Palau de la Música in Valencia and the Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid, the Salle Gaveau in Paris, the Oji Hall in Tokyo, the Kitara Hall in Sapporo, the Teatro do Sesi in Porto Alegre, Brazil, the Tel-Aviv Museum of Arts and the Jerusalem Theatre.
At 18 years old, Roman Zaslavsky won First Prize at the Russian National Piano Competition. Shortly after, he was granted a scholarship to the America-Israel Cultural Foundation for young artists. Further to this, the Cultural Fond of Baden recognized him with an Honorary Grant.
Roman Zaslavsky has since won a number of important piano and chamber music contests: In 1997 he was accorded prizes at the Italian ‘Città di Senigallia International Piano Competition', at the Third ‘Hamamatsu Academy International Piano Competition' in Japan, as well as at the Chamber Music Competitions ‘Trio di Trieste' and ‘Vittorio Gui' in Italy.
In 2000, he was the sole winner of the ‘Vendome Prize' at the International Piano Competition in Cologne and the highly coveted ‘Primer Gran Premio' at the ‘José Iturbi' International Piano Competition in Valencia.