Swedish St Michael’s Church, Rüütli 9, Tallinn, Harjumaa, 10130, Estonia
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13th February at 3 p.m
Swedish St. Michael´s church (Rüütli tn 9)
Markéta Janouškova (Czech Republic), Raiko Raalik, Henri ZiboJohan Randvere 
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is a young Czech violinist. Thanks to the competitions awards and mainly her succesful performances at Czech and international festivals, she has established herself as a noted soloist and a chamber musician. Markéta began to play violin at the age of six. After graduating Prague Conservatory and Academy of Performing Music in Prague, she became a student of HfM Hanns Eisler at the class of Ulf Wallin. She had received further education at the festivals and master classes she has taken part of, where she has worked with S. Askhenazy, B. Kelemen, S. Mintz, D. Schwarzberg, P. Vernikov, P. Kopec, R. Chase, F. Bidini, O. Karlsson and S. Shipps. She is a founding member of Palenicek Piano Trio, a violinist of a chamber ensamble La Rêverie, violinist of CD and Concert project of Goldberg Variations supported by Malta Philharmonic, a leading member of Hulacourt Chamber Soloists, an artist in residence of d’Accord Klassikfestival and a soloist of a crossover project FolkloreClassic inspired by the czech traditional music roots. Recently Markéta appeared as a soloist with the Karlovy Vary Symphony Orchestra performing Dvorak’s Violin Concerto. At a recital at Europasche Kulturzenterem, she premiered Episode for violin and piano by Anton Zapf. She has been invited to festivals like the Aurora Chamber Music Festival, Old Ox festival in Sweden, Mahler 2000, Dvorak Festival, Trutnovský autumn and Podblanický podzim and she was invited to play as a substitute with Smetana Trio at Lipa Musica festival.



started to learn singing in Tartu H. Eller Music School in the singing class of Taisto Noor. At this moment, he is studying in the Voice Department of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre at the second course of the bachelor level under the guidance of Taavi Tampuu. In addition to his studies he is singing in the choir of Savonlinna opera festival for the second season. He is contributing as a soloist in Vanemuine Theatre in the children’s opera of Eino Tamberg “Guugelmuugelpunktkomm”. In 2017 R. Raalik was awarded with the Marje and Kulder Sink “Young Singer 2017” prize. 



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 and Andreas Borregaard). H. Zibo has cooperated with many Estonian musicians and composers: Mihkel Poll, Meelis Vind, Johan Randvere, Marcel Johannes and Katariina Maria Kits, Marten Kuningas, Marek Sadam, Artjom Savitski, Tauno Aints and maestro Arvo Pärt.



started his studies in Võru Music School (teacher Merike Kapp) and continued in Tallinn Music High School (teacher Marja Jürisson, prof. Ivari Ilja). He finished his masters’ studies in Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EAMT, prof. I. Ilja) in 2016 during which he replenished his skills in G. Verdi Conservatorio (2012-2015, prof. Valerio Premuroso). From this year he is continuing at the doctorate level in EAMT. J. Randvere has been rewarded with prizes in different competitions: “Klaviermusik” in Vilnius (I place, 2008), “Con Brio 2008” in Tallinn (finalist), EPTA Competition in Belgium (II place, 2010), Competition for Young Musicians in Catania (I place & Grand Prix, 2012), Competition for Young Musicians “Luciano Luciani” (III place, 2013), “Coop” Competition for Pianists (II place, 2013), “Andrea Baldi” Competition (I place & Grand Prix, 2014), “Con Brio 2010” (audience Award as a part of Con Brio Trio & Holland Music Sessions’ Special Award), TV Competition “Classic Stars 2013” (finalist) and VIII Estonian Competition for Pianists (II place, 2014). He has been rewarded with the PLMF Music Trust “Young Musician 2014” Award. J. Randvere has given concerts in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Italy, Vatican, Belarus, Finland, USA, Canada and Netherlands. He has performed as a part of different groups on such world stages as New York Carnegie Hall, Vancouver Chan Center, Minsk Philharmonic and Kaunas Philharmonic Grand Hall and Puccini Hall in Milan. He has repeatedly been invited to perform as a soloist in front of many orchestras such as Estonian National, Latvian National, Maladzetsna, Theatre Vanemuine-, Belarusian Radio and Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Symphony Orchestra and Tallinn Chamber Orchestra with such conductors as Risto Joost, Toomas Vavilov, Paul Mägi, Jüri Alpterten, Kaspar Mänd, Tarmo Leinatamm, Sasha Mäkilä, Grigori Soroka, Erki Pehk, Mihhail Gerts and others. J. Randvere is a part of the Piano Orchestra and early music ensemble Heinavanker.


February 13, 2018
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