Pille-Riin Langeproon

b. November 7, 1996

Pille-Riin Langeproon began her music studies at the Tallinn Music School in piano under Riina Maandi, graduating in 2013. In 2016–2019, he continued his music studies at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in recording arts, where his teachers were Mart Siimer (composition), Professor René Eespere (choral composition) and Professor Margo Kõlar and Mait Visnapuu (recording arts). At the moment, Pille-Riin is obtaining a master's degree in recording arts with Siim Mäesalu.

In 2019, her female choir work "Kunas tulõ päev kullalinõ" was recognised at the new song competition organised by Estonian Song and Dance Celebration Foundation and was published in the song celebration’s songbook. Her work "Viire takka" for female choir, small kannel and chromatic kannel was performed at the Järva County Song Festival in 2019. Since February 2018, Pille-Riin Langeproon has been a member of the Estonian Authors' Society.

Pille-Riin has sung in Estonian Television Children Music Studio, currently she is a member of All-Estonian Girls’ Choir Leelo and chamber choir Head Ööd, Vend. On a daily basis, Pille-Riin works as a sound operator in Estonian Public Briadcasting’s classical music radio Klassikaraadio.

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