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Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir in France and Germany

Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
Photo: Kaupo Kikkas

From March 19 to 21, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir under the guidance of its chief conductor Daniel Reuss will travel to France and Germany to give there three concerts.

Choir will perform Arvo Pärt’s „Magnificat“ and „Da pacem Domine“, two parts of the cycle Nature Morte by Galina Grigorjeva, Erkki-Sven Tüür’s „Triglosson Trishagion“, Cyrillus Kreek’s Psalms of David and Estonian religious folk songs, Mart Saar’s „Seven Moss-Grown Beds“ and „Young Brethren, Sing“, Veljo Tormis’s „St. John’s Day Songs“ and Felix Mendelssohn’s Three psalms, Op. 78.

The first two concerts will be held in France – on March 19 at Les Dominicains de Haute in Alsace and March 20 at Arsenal in Metz and the last one on March 21 at Burghof Lörrach in Germany.

Agnes Toomla