• Autumn Festival of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre

    Today, the traditional EAMT autumn music festival, this year bearing the name Fresh Music Festival Autumnfest, begins. A number of concerts and mastercourses will take place during the week. The performers are Stanislav Pronin (USA), clarinettist Roberta Gottardi (Italy), composer Daniele Bravi (Italy), Ensemble Roentgen Connection (Netherlands), Hoca Nasreddin Trio (Turkey), Helsinki Chamber Choir, Uusinta Chamber Ensemble (Finland), Ensemble U: and UMA, Ensemble Avarus and composition students of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre.
  • Opening concerts of the season of Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir

    From September 25 to 27, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir under the baton of its new artistic director and chief conductor Kaspars Putniņš will open its season with three concerts in Tartu, Pärnu and Tallinn. The program consists of “German Requiem” by Johannes Brahms (version with two pianos) featuring soloists Elīna Shimkus (soprano, Latvia) and Olari Viikholm (baritone), pianists Diana Ketler (Latvia/UK) and Konstantin Lifschitz (Russia/Switzerland).
  • Night of Estonian music in USA

    On Saturday, September 20, Lexington Symphony Orchestra in Massachusetts will open its season with the program titled as „Estonian Night“. The main part of the program consists of music of Arvo Pärt, the soloist being Estonian pianist Diana Liiv.
  • Season opening concerts of Vanemuine Concert Hall and Pärnu Concert Hall

    On September 19 season 2014/2015 opening concerts will take place at Vanemuine Concert Hall and Pärnu Concert Hall. The two concerts include performers Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra, Vanemuine Opera Choir and Tartu Youth Choir under the baton of Paul Mägi, Aile Asszonyi (soprano), Aldo Caputo (tenor), Jânis Apeinis (baritone), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Felix Korobov and Peeter Laul (piano).
  • International Festival of Orthodox Sacred Music CREDO

    From September 19 to October 9, International Festival of Orthodox Sacred Music Credo will be held for the 21st time. The main goal of the festival is the preservation, development and popularization of Orthodox musical culture. The concerts of the festival will take place at churches in Tallinn, Keila and Rakvere and St. John’s Church in St. Petersburg. Also the choir competition for church, monastery and nunnery choirs as well as secular groups and children’s choirs who perform sacred music will be held.

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Galina Grigorjeva. In paradisum

Kõrvits, Tõnu
Kreek’s Notebook, for mixed choir and string orchestra
Grigorjeva, Galina
In Paradisum, for mixed choir
Rannap, Rein
Piano Music, for piano
Kalluste, Tiit
Wheel, for solo instrument and accordion