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ELTS & BRAHMS

22.02 at 6 pm – Estonia Concert Hall (pre-concert event)
22.02 at 7 pm – Estonia Concert Hall

MUSIC OF THE FUTURE III: Kõrvits, Brahms. Antje Weithaas (violin), ENSO, conductor OLARI ELTS.
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BLACK MIRROR

01.03 at 7 pm – Estonia Concert Hall

HARMONY IV: Messiaen, Tulev, Bruckner. Trio Hoca Nasreddin, ENSO, conductor MICHAEL WENDEBERG.
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MAHLER’S THIRD

08.03 at 7 pm – Estonia Concert Hall

ROMANTICISM III: Gustav Mahler. Helen Lepalaan (mezzo-soprano), choirs, ENSO, SO of the EAMT, conductor PAUL MÄGI.
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News & Reviews

Two’s company, three’s a crow

Ben Lunn, Delfi.lv

November 27, 2018

The Baltic Symphonic Festival is an annual united celebration between the Baltics states, where this year, the opening concert included the three national symphony orchestras into one concert, with three conductors and four varying pieces.
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Gramophone Awards 2018, London. Photos

September 14, 2018

The distinguished Estonian conductor Neeme Järvi was honoured with Gramophone’s Lifetime Achievement Award. The Choral Award went to a BIS recording of music by Alfred Schnittke and Arvo Pärt sung by the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir conducted by Kaspars Putniņš.
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Estonia takes centre stage at the 2018 Gramophone Classical Music Awards

September 13, 2018

In the centenary year of its independence, Estonia stepped into the limelight at the 2018 Gramophone Classical Music Awards with two awards and as the country whose National Symphony Orchestra provided the live music-making. Estonia 100 is an Associate Sponsor of this year’s Awards.
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81-vuotias Neeme Järvi palasi vihdoin johtamaan Suomeen – ”Meillä on Virossakin suuria säveltäjiä, mutta vain te rakennatte konserttitaloja”

Vesa Sirén, Helsingin Sanomat

September 8, 2018

Viron kansallinen sinfoniaorkesteri juhlisti myös maansa itsenäisyyden satavuotisjuhlaa Lahden Sibelius-festivaalilla.
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