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  • 23rd Rapla Church Music Festival

    In the end of this week, Rapla Church Music Festival will begin in the city of Rapla and churches nearby. Festival presents great sacred works and top musicians from Estonia and abroad. On July 8, the world premiere of Mirjam Tally’s "Against All Four Winds" for cello, flute and guitar will take place in Vahastu church.
  • Brand new CD of clarinet music by Brahms and Schumann has been released

    Clarinetist and composer Selvadore Rähni has released a new CD of Romantic clarinet masterpieces from composers Johannes Brahms and Robert Schumann performed by Selvadore Rähni and his wife pianist Tuuli Rähni.
  • Andres Uibo performs in Belgium

    On June 12 at 8.30 pm, organist and composer Andres Uibo will give a solo recital at Atwerpen Cathedral, performing organ music by Dietrich Buxtehude, Johann Sebastian Bach, Andres Uibo, Erkki-Sven Tüür and Arvo Pärt.
  • Estonian National Male Choir is participating in a performance of Symphony No. 13 by Shostakovitch in Germany

    On June 11 and 12, Estonian National Male Choir will participate in a performance of Dmitri Shostakovitch’s Symphony No. 113 in B flat minor, Op 113 (Babi Yar) in Hannover with NDR Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Sanderling. Concerts will take palce at NDR’s Great Hall.
  • Nargenfestival’s concerts in June

    The 10th summer season of Nargenfestival starts with the concert of Estonian National Symphony Orchestra in Estonia Concert Hall on June 12. Weekend concerts in Haapsalu Dome Church are dedicated to composer Cyrillus Kreek (1889–1962).
  • Duo Imbi Tarum – Julia Ageyeva Hess will perform in Boston

    On June 10, harpsichord duo Imbi Tarum and Julia Ageyeva Hess will give a concert within the Finge Concerts series of Boston Early Music Festival at Old South Church. The program consists of music by Buxtehude, Müthel, Rannap, Eespere and Kõrvits.
  • Summer organ festivals begin in Pärnu and by the lake Peipus

    On Friday, June 5, two organ festivals begin in Estonia: II Peipsimaa Organ Festival and XIII Pärnu Organ Festival.
  • 60 years of friendship

    Today, on March 3 at 7 pm, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra will jointly perform with Kymi Sinfonietta at Kotka Concert Hall in Finland, celebrating the 60th anniversary of Tallinn and Kotka becoming sister cities. The program consists of music by Alfred Schnittke, Arvo Pärt and Jean Sibelius.
  • Estonian Musical Compositions and Performing Groups are Welcome in Great Britain

    An event for developing contacts in Great Britain introducing Estonian classical music entitled "Estonia – A Music Powerhouse" was held in Cardiff, Wales on 22 May. Preliminary agreements were signed for commissioning Estonian musical compositions and bringing musical performing groups to Great Britain.
  • Estonian Composers’ Festival

    International Contemporary Music Festival Estonian Composers’ Festival (ECF) 2015 presents premieres by composers from Estonian and abroad. ECF takes place from May 22 to 29 in Tallinn and Tartu, the program is international more than ever. Festival composers are Tatjana Kozlova-Johannes and Italian Ivan Fedele.

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CD A Treasury of Estonian Music
Estonian Music
CD Tõnu Kõrvits. Kreek's Notebook
CD Lepo Sumera - Piano Music

Kõrvits, Tõnu
Kreek’s Notebook, for mixed choir and string orchestra
Grigorjeva, Galina
In Paradisum, for mixed choir
Rannap, Rein
Piano Music, for piano
Uusberg, Pärt
Beauty of the Evening, for mixed choir