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  • Premiere of Hans-Gunter Lock’s Concerto for solo violin and chamber ensemble

    On November, 28th another concert of the series “Different Harmonies” will take place at Tallinn Methodist Church. There will be the world premiere of Hans-Gunter Lock’s Concerto for solo violin and chamber ensemble. The solo violin part will be performed by Gerhard Lock, lecturer at Tallinn University Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School. Ensemble Projekt 7 is especially established for this concert and is conducted by Andrus Kallastu who is known for his experiences in contemporary music.
  • Estonian music and musicians in Malta and St. Petersburg

    Aare Tammesalu (cello) and Andres Uibo (organ) participate in Malta International Organ Festival. Their concerts take place on November 22 in Jesus of Nazareth Chapel in Xagħra, Gozo and November 24 in Bir Miftuħ Medieval Chapel in Gudja. Ensemble Resonabilis (Kristi Mühling – kannel, Tarmo Johannes – flute, Aare Tammesalu – cello) performs on November 26 on the 28th „Sound Ways” International New Music Festival in St. Petersburg. Concert in St. Petersburg House of Composers presents Estonian contemporary music.
  • Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and Tallinn Chamber Orchestra perform music by Arvo Pärt in China

    During the period from 19 November to 25 November, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and Tallinn Chamber Orchestra will perform music by Arvo Pärt in People’s Republic of China. Concerts will be conducted by Tallinn Chamber Orchestra’s chief conductor Risto Joost.
  • Brand new choral piece „Linnuteelaev“ by Tõnu Kõrvits will be premiered

    On October 30 at 6 pm, Tõnu Kõrvits’s new choral piece "Linnuteelaev" ("Milky Way Ship", text: Doris Kareva) will be premiered by chamber choir Collegium Musicale at All Soul’s Day concert at St. John’s Church in Tallinn. Also Kõrvit’s "Stabat Mater" will receive its Estonian premiere. "Linnuteelaev" is dedicated to Collegium Musicale and its chief conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
  • International Contemporary Music Festival Afekt

    From October 19 to 26, international contemporary music festival Afekt takes place in Tallinn and Tartu. Afekt offers the premium opportunity to listen new works by Estonian and foreign composers performed by internationally and domestically acknowledged collectives. Program includes premieres of works by Lauri Jõeleht, Monika Mattiesen, Toivo Tulev, Elo Masing, Liisa Hirsch, Oxana Omelchuk, Asta Hyvärinen, Malin Bång and Rei Munakata. Among performers there are Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Tallinn New Music Ensemble, Klangforum Wien (Austria), Ensemble Adapter (Germany), Defunensemble (Finland), Curious Chamber Players (Sweden) and others.
  • Ensemble U: at the Venice Biennale

    Ensemble U: (Tarmo Johannes - flute, Helena Tuuling - clarinet, Merje Roomere - violin, Levi-Danel Mägila - cello, Vambola Krigul - percussion, Taavi Kerikmäe - piano) will perform at the Biennale Musica of the Venice Biennale. Before the concert in Venice, Ensemble U: appears twice on the stage in Palermo as well.
  • Annual Awards of the Estonian Music Council and the Cultural Endowment of Estonia

    On October 1, International Music Day, the laureates of music awards of the year 2016 were announced. Ceremony took place in Kumu Art Museum with the concert of Tallinn Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Risto Joost. Laureates of the Estonian Music Council Music Prizes are Ülo Krigul, Vello Pähn and Tiina Mattisen.
  • Estonia celebrates the International Music Day

    On the 1st of October, the Estonian Music Council organizes the program of over 150 free concerts that take place all over Estonia. Music Day culminates with Music Awards Ceremony in KUMU Art Musem, which is broadcasted live on ETV.
  • Festival „Mirror in the Mirror“ in Moscow

    From September 25 to October 10, music festival „Zerkalo v zerkale“ („Mirror in the Mirror“) will take place in Moscow. Festival that was set up for the first time in 2015 in the honour of the 80th anniversary of Arvo Pärt, focuses this year on the overview of composers from Baltic countries sharing common aesthetics. The guest composer will be Galina Grigorjeva from Estonia.
  • The presentation of CD of Arvo Pärt by Vox Clamantis in New York

    Record label ECM has released Arvo Pärt’s author’s CD „The Deer’s Cry“ with the vocal music of Arvo Pärt performed by ensemble Vox Clamantis and its conductor Jaan-Eik Tulve. Presentation concerts of this CD took place in Estonia last week within the festival Arvo Pärt Days. On September 18, presentation will take place also in New York St. Francis Xavier Church marking at the same time the final visit of the President of Estonia, Toomas Hendrik Ilves, to the United States.

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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
Uusberg, Pärt
Õhtu ilu (Beauty of the Evening), for mixed choir