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FINAL CONCERT OF THE SEASON. Neeme Järvi 80 I

06.06 at 7 pm – Estonia Concert Hall

MAESTRO IV: V. Kapp, Bach, K. Järvi, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, SIbelius. Maarika Järvi (flute), Kalle Randalu (piano), ENMC, ENSO, conductors NEEME JÄRVI and KRISTJAN JÄRVI.
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NEEME JÄRVI 80 II

07.06 at 7 pm – Estonia Concert Hall

V. Kapp, Bach, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Tubin. Maarika Järvi (flute), Kalle Randalu (piano), ENMC, ENSO, conductors NEEME JÄRVI and PAAVO JÄRVI.
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ENSO and Neeme Järvi in St. Petersburg. Neeme Järvi 80

09.06 at 8 pm – Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg

Sibelius, Tubin. ENSO, conductor NEEME JÄRVI.
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News & Reviews

Shadows and energy, ghosts and pomposity at Tallinn’s Estonia Concert Hall

Simon Cummings, www.bachtrack.com

April 10, 2017

Each year the Estonian Music Days have at their epicentre a large-scale orchestral concert given by the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra in Tallinn’s grand concert hall. The occasion celebrates new and established works alongside each other, the former reinforced with the presentation of the Au-tasu award, a composition prize for the best contemporary piece premiered in the previous calendar year.
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Estonian Music Days: April 7th, Estonia Concert Hall

April 10, 2017

Photos by Peeter Langovits
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25 years of Estonian contemporary music showcased in a stunning orchestra concert

Robert Hugill, www.planethugill.com

April 10, 2017

Saturday 7 April 2017 saw two events at Tallinn’s concert hall and opera house complex, as part of this year’s Estonian Music Days. Read the review by Robert Hugill.
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ENSO principal conductor and artistic director Neeme Järvi to receive lifetime achievement award

February 9, 2017

The Government of the Republic of Estonia approved the proposal from the Cultural Awards Committee for designating awards. This year, an award for outstanding long-term contributions will be given to the conductor Neeme Järvi, the actor Lembit Ulfsak and the theologian and translator Kalle Kasemaa.
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