• International Pianists Festival Piano 2014

    From October 24 to November 1, International Pianists Festival Piano 2014 will be held in Tallinn for the 9th time. The program of the festival presents 14 concerts, featuring acknowledged pianists from Estonia, UK, Lithuania, France, Russia, Ukraine, Germany and USA. All concerts will take place at Estonia Concert Hall.
  • Works by Malle Maltis and Jüri Reinvere will be performed in Pärnu

    On October 25 at 4 pm, concert, featuring Leonora Palu (flute) and Diana Liiv (piano) within series Musica Sacra will be held at Elisabeth Church in Pärnu. The program consists of music by Malle Maltis, Jüri Reinvere, Pavel Karmanov and Tōru Takemitsu.
  • Baltic Music Festival in China

    The first festival to introduce music of Baltic states in China takes place from October 25 to November 22. More than half of the festival program presents Estonian music. The performers are Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Arsis Handbell Ensemble, Cello Quartet C-JAM and pianist Rein Rannap, who will give alltogether 20 concerts. Performers were selected by the delegacy of China Association of Performing Arts during the visit to Baltic countries.
  • Arvo Pärt’s music by Estonian conductors in Germany and Scotland

    In the near future, Pärt’s music can be listened in concerts of MDR Sinfonieorchester and MDR Rundfunkchor under the baton of Kristjan Järvi, and Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Choir with Tõnu Kaljuste.
  • Japan Art Association Prize awarded to Arvo Pärt

    Today, the Japan Art Association will award Arvo Pärt and four other laureates from other art fields with the culture prize „The Praemium Imperiale in Honor of Prince Takamatsu“. The global arts prize founded in the memory of Prince Takamatsu has been given out by the Japanese imperial family since 1989. Arvo Pärt is the first Estonian who has received the Praemium Imperiale.

EMIC Music Shop

A Treasury of Estonian Music
Estonian Music
DVD of the Estonian Song and Dance Celebration 2014
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