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Accordion duo Henry Zibo and Mikk Langeproon


T. 6.07 

at 7 p.m 

Kehtna church


started accordion studies in Haapsalu Music School (teacher Sirje Roogla) when he was 10 years old and graduated the music school with honors. His studies continued in Tallinn Music High School (teacher Aivi Tilk) from 2012 to 2015 and from fall of 2015 in Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (teacher Tiina Välja). H. Zibo has been rewarded with III place (2008, 2010) and I place (2012) in the North-West Estonia region accordionist competition; I place in the VII and VIII republican young accordionist competition; II place in a TV contest „Classic Stars 2014“ and II place in a contest „Naujene 2016“ which took place in Latvia, Daugavpils. He has done solo performances with Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, The Orchestra of the Estonian Defence Forces and Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and taken master courses from different accordion masters (Mika Väyrynen, Matti Rantanen, Geir Draugsvoll, Mikko Luoma, Claudia Buder ja Andreas Borregaard). H. Zibo has cooperated with many Estonian musicians and composers: Mihkel Poll, Meelis Vind, Johan Randvere, Marcel Johannes ja Katariina Maria Kits, Marten Kuningas, Marek Sadam, Artjom Savitski, Tauno Aints and maestro Arvo Pärt.



begun his accordion studies at 8 years old in Tallinn Music School and graduated with honors from G. Ots Tallinn Music School (teacher Tiina Välja), where he was rewarded with G. Ots School’s silver badge. At the same time, he graduated from Kadriorg German High School with a golden medal. From the fall of 2014 he is furthering his skills at the Helsinki Sibelius Academy (Prof. Matti Rantanen). M. Langeproon has repeatedly been awarded at the competition “Best Young Musician”, he is the winner of the older age group of Estonian Young Accordionists’ Competition (2014) and he has obtained 2nd place at the International Vilnius Accordion Competition. He has been chosen as the best instrumentalist of Tallinn Music School (2011) and three years in a row as the most outstanding student of the accordion department of G. Ots Tallinn Music School. In 2013 he was awarded with the Maxima Future Talent title in the music, arts and culture category. A special prize of the Round Table Competition in 2014 and a successful performance in the TV contest “Classic Stars 2016” are also worth mentioning. M. Langeproon is active as a soloist as well as a chamber musician and he has performed in several reputed concert halls in Estonia and abroad, in Classic Radio’s live broadcasting and in Estonian Television.


Leon Boellmann (1862-1897) – Gooti süit / Gothic suite op.25

I Introduktsioon – Koraal / Introduction-Choral
II Menuett / Menuet gothique
III Notre-Dame Palve / Prière à Notre-Dame
IV Tokaata / Toccata

Dmitri Šostakovitš (1906-1975) – Prelüüd ja Fuuga nr.4 e-moll / Prelude and Fugue no.4 in E minor

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) – Inglise Süit nr.3 g-moll / English suite no.3 in G minor BWV 808
I Prelüüd / Prelude
VII Gigue

Modest Mussorgski (1839-1881) – Pildid näituselt / Pictures at an Exhibition

- Promenaad / Promenade I

- Gnoom / The Gnome              - Promenaad / Promenade II

- Vana loss / The Old Castle    - Promenaad / Promenade III  - Tuileries / Tuileries (Children's Quarrel after Games)                                    - Kari / Cattle

- Promenaad / Promenade IV

- Munast koorunud tibupoegade ballett / Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks

- Kaks juuti: rikas ja vaene / Samuel Goldenberg and Schmuÿle

- Limogesi turg / Limoges. The Market (The Great News)

- Katakombid / Catacombs (Roman Tomb)

- Surnutega surnute keeles / With the dead in the language of the dead                                - Hütt Kanajalgadel / The Hut on Hen's Legs (Baba Yaga)

- Kiievi võiduväravad / The Bogatyr Gates


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