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FINAL CONCERT OF THE EESTI KONTSERT SEASON. Sibelius 150

07.05 at 7 pm – Pärnu Concert Hall
08.05 at 7 pm – Estonia Concert Hall

Nemanja Radulović (violin), ENSO, conductor VILLE MATVEJEFF.
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Nikolai Aleksejev. Foto Peeter Laurits

FINAL CONCERT OF THE SEASON

14.05 at 7 pm – Estonia Concert Hall

Pärt, Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky. Tengku Irfan (piano), ENSO, conductor NIKOLAI ALEXEEV.
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9.05.2014. ERSO, Vadim Gluzman ja Neeme Järvi. Foto Tiit Mõtus

GREAT SUMMER GATHERING. FRIENDS

09.07 at 8 pm – Estonia Concert Hall

Brahms, Pärt, Prokofiev, Sibelius, Grieg, Nielsen, Joh. Strauss jr, Josef Strauss. Vadim Gluzman (violin), ENSO, conductor NEEME JÄRVI.
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ELAVIK 17. Armas sõber Eduard! esikaas

LUDVIG JUHT 120. Kontrabassipäev Mustpeade majas (23.11.2014)

April 28, 2015

 Selle aasta juulis möödus 120 aastat Eesti tuntuima kontrabassivirtuoosi Ludvig Juhti sünnist. Sel puhul toimuvad lähipäevil mitmed kontserdid. Reedel, 21.
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EMP 2015. Foto / Photo Peeter Langovits.

Estonian Music Days – day one, introducing a vibrant music scene

Robert Hugill

April 16, 2015

“Playing an entire evening of premieres is challenging, and the orchestra, under Taavi Kull, acquitted itself magnificently in all five works. None was easy and each received a confident and concentrated performance.”
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EMP. Photo Peeter Langovits

Six of the best: Estonian Music Days festival launches in Tallinn

Gavin Dixon, bachtrack.com

April 13, 2015

Gavin Dixon: “An impressive performance all round, and a fascinating snapshot of what is clearly a large and vibrant new music scene in this diminutive Baltic state.”
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Concert Series CITY LIGHTS

January 30, 2015

The Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and Radisson Blu Sky Hotel are pleased to announce the start of the concert series CITY LIGHTS on 13 February 2015, offering listeners music from the metropolises of the world: London, Paris and St. Petersburg. The series kicks off with the popular movie “City Lights” by Charlie Chaplin, after which the entire series has been named.
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