New music from Germany and Ukraine
Roman Yusipey, accordion
Johannes Schöllhorn (*1962) "Reprise" (2017)
Victoria Poleva (*1962) "Null" (2005)
Olga Rayeva (*1971) "Old Sailor Song" (2022)
Bohdan Sehin (*1976) "And The Sailors Enjoying The View Of The Earth" (2011)
Helmut Zapf (*1956) "David und Goliath" (2012)
Georg Katzer (1935-2019) "Toccata" (1972)
Artem Nyzhnyk (*1980) "Miserere" (2013)
Andreas F. Staffel (*1965) "Monshi" (2022)
Serhiy Zazhytko (*1962) "11 kleine musikalische Perversionen für Anastasia Hnatiuk" (2005)
Maksym Kolomiiets (*1981) "Feuer in deinen Augen" (2020)
About Roman Yusipey
The accordionist Roman Yusipey was born in 1979 in the Ukrainian city of Kherson. He studied at the Academy of Music in Kiev, the Academy of Music in Hanover, the Folkwang University in Essen (master's degree) and the Academy of Music in Cologne (concert exam).
Roman Yusipey is the second prize winner of the international competition "Golden Accordion" 2001 in New York. In 2003 he won the 1st place of the international competition Premio di Montese, in Italy.
In addition to performances in Ukraine and Germany, Roman Yusipey has given concerts in France, Canada, Poland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Lithuania, Switzerland, Kazakhstan, Malta, Italy and Japan.
In 2013 he was invited as a visiting professor at Kazakh National Conservatory in Almaty. In 2015 Roman Yusipey recorded a CD "For every city - Ukrainian music of the 21st century for accordion".
As a soloist he gave over 80 concerts with orchestras conducted by Andrey Boreyko, Roman Kofman, Daniel Raiskin, Raymond Jannsen, Vladimir Sirenko.
In addition, Roman Yusipey has performed in recent seasons at the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Jena Philharmonic, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Mozarteum Salzburg, Salle Cortot Paris, Winnipeg Winter New Music Festival and Kronberg Festival.