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Concerts of Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and Tallinn Chamber Orchestra in the U.S

On February 26, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and Tallinn Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Tõnu Kaljuste will give two concerts within the framework of National Conference of the American Choral Directiors Association in Salt Lake City. Concerts will be held at Abravanel Hall and Salt Lake Tabernacle, featuring „Carlo“ by Brett Dean, „Adam’s Lament“ by Arvo Pärt and „Concerto per voci e strumenti“ by Lepo Sumera.

Tallinn Chamber Orchestra

Tõnu Kaljuste
Photo: Peeter Langovits
  Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir continues the concert tour in the U.S with three a cappella concerts. Program entitled „Arvo Pärt 80. Veljo Tormis 85. Jean Sibelius 150“ will be performed on February 27 at St John’s Cathedral in Denver, February 28 at Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek and March 2 at National City Christian Church in Washington. The last concert will be held within Serenade! International Choral Series produced by Classical Movements. The program consists of Arvo Pärt’s Solfeggio, The Woman With Wlabaster Wox, The Dee’s Cry, Virgencita, Tribute to Caesar, Dopo la vittoria and Alleluia-tropus, Veljo Tormis’s An Aboriginal Song, St. Jonh’s Steed and St. John’s Song from the cycle „St. John’s Day Songs“, Sinikka’s Song, Forced to Get Married from the cycle „Vepsian Paths“ and Curse Upon Iron and Jean Sibelius’s Rakastava.

Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
Photo: Kaupo Kikkas

Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir’s last tour to the U.S was in November 2013, choir gave nine concerts mainly on the East coast, but also on the North.