November 24, 2006 at 7 pm — Estonia Concert Hall

24. November 19:00 – Estonia Concert Hall

Sumera – Symphony No 1
Mozart – Piano Concerto No 17 in G major K 453
Kristjan Randalu – After the beginning of the end for piano and chamber orchestra
Mozart – Concerto for two piano in E flat major K 365

Kalle Randalu (piano)
Kristjan Randalu (piano)
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
Conductor JOHANNES GORITZKI (Germany)

“My dad is patient, calm.
Although music has always been a priority for him, he has still made his more serious decisions in the interest of the family. He is not a parent who automatically considers himself an authority; he rather observes, contemplates and is also ready to accept the other person’s opinion.
What has always amazed me about his career is that he never seems to force anything. Right people and right events just come along.
Naturally everything is based on his dedication to music. In addition to all this, he always establishes such a connection and sound with every piano as if it has always been part of him.”
Kristjan Randalu
On Nov 25 internationally known Estonian pianist Kalle Randalu will turn 50. ERSO will celebrate it with the third concert in the series “Mozart & Randalu” that was launched last season. Kalle Randalu’s son Kristjan Randalu is also a pianist and composer who is active both in classical as well as in jazz music.
ERSO will be conducted by German conductor Johannes Goritzki who is a cellist and cello and chamber music professor at the Robert-Schumann-Hochschule Düsseldorf.

Tickets: 180.- / 120.- (70.-)
Concert is produced by ERSO

Kalle Randalu

Kristjan Randalu

Tickets: 180.- / 120.- (70.-)
Concert is produced by ERSO