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  • Concerts of Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and Tallinn Chamber Orchestra in the U.S

    On February 26, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and Tallinn Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Tõnu Kaljuste will give two concerts in Salt Lake City, featuring music by Brett Dean, Arvo Pärt and Lepo Sumera. Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir continues the concert tour in the U.S with three a cappella concerts in Denver, Beaver Creek and Washington, featuring music by Arvo Pärt, Veljo Tormis and Jean Sibelius.
  • Palace Music Concert Series: duo Resonabilis

    On February 22 at 5 pm, duo Resonabilis (Kristi Mühling – kannel, Tarmo Johannes – flute) will perform at Kadriorg Palace within Palace Music Concert Series. The program entitled „Estonian time“ features music by Galina Grigorjeva, Raimo Kangro, Malle Maltis, Tatjana Kozlova-Johannes, Mati Kuulberg, Ester Mägi and John Buckley.
  • Mustonenfest Tallinn-Tel Aviv

    Tomorrow, music festival Mustonenfest Tallinn-Tel Aviv will begin in Israel. 12 concerts in Tel Aviv presents Kadri Voorand Trio, ensemble Hortus Musicus, Anto Õnnis (tenor), Pavlo Balakin (bass), Riho Ridbeck (bass), Tõnis Kaumann (baritone), Ivo Sillamaa (organ), Virgo Sillamaa (guitar), Estonian National Male Choir, Girls’ Choir Ellerhein, conductors Andres Mustonen, Ingrid Kõrvits and Mikk Üleoja togehter with many Israeli musicians. Festival takes place from February 19 to 28, artistic director is Andres Mustonen.
  • Händel’s „Israel in Egypt“ in Riga and Tallinn

    Concerts on February 20 and 21 in Riga and Tallinn in cooperation with Estonian and Latvia will feature Georg Friedrich Händel’s oratorio "Israel in Egypt". It will be performed by chamber choir Voces Musicales, chamber Orchestra Sinfonietta Rīga and soloists from Estonia and England, conducted by Risto Joost.
  • Festival „Perfect Silence“

    From Thursday to Saturday (February 19–21), festival „Perfect Silence“ takes place in Tallinn. The key elements of the festival are polarization and synergy of music and silence. The festival connects different cultures, it is philosophical, yet surprising, searching and creative. It brings to Estonia creators, who as interpreters, composers and thinkers create distinctive worlds of words, images and sounds.
  • Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta performs at reputable music festival in Iran

    From February 16 to 18, Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta will give three concerts within the XXX Fajr International Music Festival in Iran. Two concerts will be held in Tehran and one in Shiraz. The program consists of music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Edward Grieg, Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Reza Mortazavi (premiere) and works by Estonian composers.
  • Olari Elts conducts "Eugene Onegin" in Norway

    In February, Olari Elts will conduct Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s "Eugene Onegin" Northern Norway. Four performances will be held from February 14 to 19.
  • Early music festival Ceciliana

    From February 11 to 15, early music festival Ceciliana, organised by Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre will be held for the 2nd time. Five concerts of the festival features music students and acknowledged musicians of early music from Estonia and abroad. The concerts will take place at Great Guild Hall, Adamson-Eric Museum and Organ Hall of Estonian Academy of Music And Theatre.
  • Tallinn Winter Festival starts today

    The ninth Tallinn Winter Festival takes place from February 9 to 22. Concerts will be held at the Hopner House, Tallinn Town Hall, Swedish St. Michael's Church, Estonian National Library, Horsemill and theatre NO99. Performers are pianist and comedian Aksel Kolstad from Norway, violinists Anna-Liisa Bezrodny and Kristina Kriit, pianists Irina Zahharenkova, Ralf Taal and Marko Martin, cellist Andreas Lend and many others.
  • World premiere of Erkki-Sven Tüür’s orchestral piece conducted by Arvo Volmer

    On February 6, National Orchestra of Belgium under the baton of Arvo Volmer will give a concert in Bozar, the centre for fine arts in Brussels. Concert presents the premiere of Erkki-Sven Tüür’s "Le poids des vies non vécues" that is the BNO’s commission in the frame of the centenary of World War I.

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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