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  • MustonenFest 2015

    On Friday, Decemeber 30, another Mustonenfest will begin. Andres Mustonen, the initiator and artistic director of the festival, has invited a selection of brilliant musicians to Estonia: Paul Padura-Skoda (piano), vocal ensemble Armenian Voices, Raschèr Saxophone Quartet, Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, ensemble Red Priest, Anat Fort (piano), Hortus Musicus and Art Jazz quartet.
  • Concerts of Prezioso and Hando Nahkur in Germany

    On January 28 and 30, string quartet Prezioso with pianist Hando Nahkur will give two concerts in Ulm and München. The program consists of string quartet „Lost Prayers“ (2013) and Piano Sonata by Erkki-Sven Tüür, String Quartet No. 2 by Sergei Prokofiev and Piano Quintet in E-flat major, Op. 44 by Robert Schumann. Concerts will take place in the presence of composer Erkki-Sven Tüür.
  • Annual prizes of Estonian Choral Association

    Yesterday, on January 25, Estonian Choral Association announced the annual prizes of choir and wind music in Estonia Concert Hall. Chamber Choir Collegium Musicale was recognised the Choir of the Year 2014, title Conductor of the Year was ascribed to Mikk Üleoja, Choral Album of the Year is CD „Liiv, meri ning mõtted“ where Pärt Uusberg’s music is sung by Male Chamber Choir JÕUD, the Choral Composer of the Year 2014 is Tõnu Kõrvits.
  • Concerts of Vox Clamantis within festival in France

    From January 28 to February 1, vocal ensemble Vox Clamantis participates in the festival „La Folle Journée“ in Nante, France. They will give nine concerts with four different programs (music by Arvo Pärt and Johann Sebastain Bach), taking place at La Cité des Congrés de Nantes.
  • Tõnu Kaljuste conducts Tüür and Kõrvits in Slovenian Philharmonic

    On January 25, concert under the baton of Tõnu Kaljuste will take place in Ljubljana, Slovenian Philharmonic Marjan Kozina Hall. Slovenian Chamber Choir and Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra will perform two Estonian vocal-symphonic works: Erkki-Sven Tüür’s Requiem (1994) and Tõnu Kõrvits’s Kreek’s Notebook (2007).
  • Concert of choir works by Galina Grigorjeva

    On January 18 at 6 pm, concert of Galina Grigorjeva’s music titled as "Nature morte" will take place in Tallinn Niguliste Church. The conductor is Paul Hillier who brings together two top vocal groups closely related to him – the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and Theatre of Voices, and his recent new partner – the YXUS Ensemble.
  • Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta performs in Israel

    On January 14, Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta under the baton of Andres Mustonen will give a concert at Felicja Blumental Music Center in Tel Aviv. The program consists of works by Villem Kapp, Heino Eller, Veljo Tormis, Arvo Pärt, Jaan Rääts, Galina Grigorjeva, Lepo Sumera, Peeter Vähi and Erkki-Sven Tüür.
  • Piano duo Kai Ratassepp – Mati Mikalai in St. Petersburg

    On January 14, Piano duo Kai Ratassepp – Mati Mikalai will perform at St. John’s Church in St. Petersburg. The program consists of music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Calude Debussy, Georges Bizet and Felix Mendelssohn.
  • Premiere of Jaan Rääts’s prelude in Carnegie Hall

    On Friday, January 9, Jaan Rääts’s Prelude Op. 128 will recieve its world premiere. Brand-new piece for piano will be performed by French pianist Nicolas Horvath in Weill Recital Hall of Carnegie Hall in New York.
  • Pärnu Contemporary Music Days to begin

    The theme of this year’s festival is „Performativity 2. Theorizing musical composition“. Program consists of symposiums, concerts, workshops, exhibitions, performances and joint listenings. Festival is organised by Estonian Arnold Schönberg Society.

EMIC Music Shop

CD A Treasury of Estonian Music
Estonian Music
CD Veljo Tormis. Forgotten People
CD Liiv, meri ning mõtted

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