Rein Rannap’s Oboe Concerto to be premiered at the season-opening concert of the Pärnu City Orchestra
Pärnu City Orchestra will open its season on September 24 with the world premiere of Rein Rannap’s Oboe Concerto. The programme at the Pärnu Concert Hall also includes works by Tõnu Kõrvits and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The Estonian Foundation of Musical Instruments in collaboration with the state concert institution Eesti Kontsert has launched new concert series "The treasures of the Instrument Foundation". The new series will present the young Estonian musicians who have given for temporary use the historic instruments from the collection of the Estonian Foundation of Musical Instruments.
Chamber Choir Voces Musicales celebrates its 20th anniversary with the music of Arvo Pärt and Pärt Uusberg
Chamber Choir Voces Musicales will celebrate its 20th anniversary on September 14 at the St. John’s Church in Tallinn. The concert will present the music of Arvo Pärt and Pärt Uusberg.
In September, the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra will give two concerts in Tallinn and will then start the concert tour to Austria, the Czech Republic, and Germany. The season-opening concert on September 13 under Neeme Järvi will present the works by Jean Sibelius, Anton Bruckner, Johannes Hiob, and Villem Kapp.
Cellist Aare Tammesalu will participate in the 8th International Chamber Music Week of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and will perform music by Brahms, Bach, Barber, and Schubert together with the musicians from Brazil, Canada, Greece, and Italy.
On September 8, the new season of the Palace Music Concert Series will begin at the Kadriorg Palace with regular concerts on Sundays at 6 p.m. The opening concert features Čiurlionis String Quartet who will present works by Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis and Ludwig van Beethoven.
The Arvo Pärt Days, dedicated to the music of Arvo Pärt, is taking place from August 31 to September 11 as a part of the Nargenfestival. The concerts are held in Tallinn, Laulasmaa, Rapla, Paide, Rakvere, Viljandi, Tartu, and on the island of Hiiumaa.