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  • Concerts of duo Mari Poll (violin) and Mihkel Poll (piano) in Latvia

    Mihkel Poll (piano) and Mari Poll (violin) will give two concerts in Riga and Daugavpils, organised in cooperation with project “Baltic Concert Express” and Autumn Chamber Music Festival. The program consists of music by Francis Poulenc, Johannes Brahms, Erkki-Sven Tüür and George Enescu.
  • Fresh music festival Autumnfest

    On Wednesday, September 23, traditional autumnal festival will start at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. High-level music festival presents musicians from Estonia and abroad, works by composition students and masterclasses.
  • Kotka and Tallinn – 60 years of friendship

    On September 16 at 7 pm, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra will jointly perform with Kymi Sinfonietta at Estonia Concert Hall in Tallinn, celebrating the 60th anniversary of Tallinn and Kotka becoming sister cities. The program consists of music by Heino Eller, Eduard Tubin and Jean Sibelius.
  • Solo recital of pianist Mihkel Poll in Rome

    On September 12 at 9 pm, pianist Mihkel Poll will give solo recital at Villa Celimontana in Rome. The program introduces piano music by Estonian composers Arvo Pärt, Tõnu Kõrvits, Lepo Sumera, Erkki-Sven Tüür and Eduard Tubin.
  • Erkki-Sven Tüür’s world premiere and performances in Europe

    Tonight, Erkki-Sven Tüür’s Marimba Concerto "Ardor" will be performed in Germany, Heiden Westmünsterlandhalle, by Heigo Rosin and Baltic Sea Youth Philharmonic under the baton of Kristjan Järvi. On September 20, the world premiere of Erkki-Sven Tüür’s "Sow the Wind..." will take place in the Great Hall of the Philharmonie de Paris. Performer is Orchestre de Paris under the direction of Paavo Järvi.
  • Vox Populi’s tour in the USA with the concert-performance „Meditations with Tormis“

    Youth Mixed Choir Vox Populi and their conductor Janne Fridolin has prepared a concert-performance „Meditations with Tormis“ on the occasion of the 85th birthday of composer Veljo Tormis. Performance is based on Tormis’s choir cycles „Nature Pictures“ and „Etudes in Keys“ and has been directed by Anne Türnpu and Eva Klemets.
  • Arvo Pärt 80

    On September 11, composer Arvo Pärt celebrates his 80th birthday. As the boldest innovator of Estonian music in 1960ies, he brought into play all the most important modernist techniques of composition in his earlier works. In 1980ies, Pärt achieved worldwide recognition by his meditative tintinnabuli style. Arvo Pärt's music is performed all over the world and has had a remarkable influence on contemporary music in Estonia and abroad. In September, several events are dedicated to Arvo Pärt’s jubilee.
  • Concerts of Nordic Symphony Orchestra in Estonia and Sweden

    On August 24 to 26, Nordic Symphony Orchestra under the guidance of Anu Tali will give three concerts in Tallinn and Tartu and on August 28, the orchestra will perform in Stockholm. The program consists of music by Erkki-Sven Tüür, Pēteris Vasks and Dmitri Shostakovich.
  • The 11th Tallinn Chamber Music Festival to begin

    From August 21 to 30, traditional highly valued classical music event will take place in Tallinn. This year’s festival presents Estonian outstanding soloists and guests from Belgium, Turkey, Macedonia, Russia, Czech Republic, Japan, Australia and Korea.
  • Oboist Kalev Kuljus performs in Japan

    On August 19, oboist Kalev Kuljus will be the featured soloist in Oboe Concerto in C major KV 314 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Tokyo. The concert takes place within the annual IDRS (International Double-Reed Association) conference-festival. Additionally, Kuljus performs on August 21 at Suntory Hall, performing baroque music .

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CD A Treasury of Estonian Music
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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