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Roman Yusipei is a virtuoso of the bayan. This Eastern European chromatic button accordion is already sounding under his fingers for the second time in the "Mark Twain" District Central Library. Having already given a celebrated concert in the foyer in November 2021 under the motto "Images of the East", this time - weather permitting - he will play an open air performance in the inner courtyard.

This time he will present compositions by Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Sebastian Bach, Yann Tiersen, Astor Piazzolla and Kurt Weill, among others, which he has arranged thematically to the "Images of the West".

Roman Yusipey studied at the Kiev Music Academy, the Hanover University of Music, the Folkwang University in Essen (Master's degree) and the Cologne University of Music (concert exam). Numerous concert tours have taken him to Japan, Italy, Poland, France and the Netherlands. Sofia Gubaidulina, Arvo Pärt, Gija Kantscheli and Helmut Zapf wrote and dedicated works to him. He was the interpreter of numerous world premieres by these composers.

Roman Yusipey has frequently performed at the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, the Jena Philharmonie, the Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the Mozarteum Salzburg and the Salle Cortot Paris.
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Admission free, registration requested under 030 54704142

With the kind support of Förderverein Marzahn-Hellersdorf e.V.

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