Concerts

ESTONIAN HERITAGE

April 10, 2015 at 7 pm — Estonia Concert Hall

4th concert of the GOURMET series

New works by Estonian composers.

Jakob Juhkam (1992). Collage “First” (2015, premiere)
Tatjana Kozlova-Johannes
(1977). “Lighting the Fire” for symphony orchestra (2015, premiere)
Meelis Vind (1964). “Phrygian Landscapes” for symphony orchestra (2015, premiere)
Kristo Matson
(1980). “Lost Space” for organ and symphony orchestra (2015, premiere)
Riho Esko Maimets (1988). Concerto for Accordion and Orchestra (2015, premiere)
Tõnu Kõrvits (1969). “Silent Songs” for bass clarinet and orchestra (2015, dedicated to Meelis Vind, premiere)

Meelis Vind (bass clarinet)
Henri Zibo
(accordion)
Aare-Paul Lattik (organ)
Jakob Juhkam (electronics)
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
Conductor TAAVI KULL


The Estonian Music Days, which has been the premier event showcasing the work of Estonian composers since 1979, this year focuses on abundance in its many shades, contrasts and meanings. As always, the Estonian Music Days concert offers audiences exciting new works and the joy of discovery.

The symphony concert of Estonian Music Days comes with surprises, anything but obvious soloists and most definitely catchy premieres. Canadian-born Estonian composer Riho Esko Maimets uses accordion as solo instrument, played by young virtuoso Henri Zibo, who was a finalist, jury’s favourite and winner of the ENSO Special Prize in the television competition “Klassikatähed” (Classical Stars), and who regardless of his fresh status as a television star and busy performance schedule will be graduating from Tallinn Music High School this year. Thanks to his candid virtuoso playing style and outstanding musicality, Henri Zibo managed to convert numerous television viewers to the accordion last season: “The accordion is not just for village parties, but a versatile instrument allowing us to perform the music of the most different characters.”

Organist Aare-Paul Lattik, mostly known for his interpretation of French music, will perform in the piece by Kristo Matson. Tõnu Kõrvits composed a piece for distinguished clarinet player Meelis Vind, who also recently wrote his first piece for the symphony orchestra. Apart from a new composition by Tatjana Kozlova-Johannes, we will hear Jakob Juhkam’s electronic remix of symphonic works. The concert will be conducted by Taavi Kull, for whom this concert will be a debut in front of Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. There will be announced awards for the best pieces of last year’s festival.

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Tickets 22 € /  16 €*
Presenting at Estonia Concert Hall box office the Solaris Club card you will get 5% discount on single ticket.


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3.10.2014 JOSEPHSLEGENDE. Conductor NEEME JÄRVI
17.10.2014 STAR WARS. Conductor MIKK MURDVEE
12.12.2014 FOUR LAST SONGS. Conductor VELLO PÄHN
6.03.2015 DEDICATION. Conductor NEEME JÄRVI
10.04.2015 ESTONIAN HERITAGE. Conductor TAAVI KULL

Series  tickets 66 € /  48 €* on sale until 3.10.2014.
THE SERIES TICKET SAVES YOU 40% ON THE PRICE OF A SINGLE TICKET!
Series tickets can be purchased through PILETILEVI or at the box office at Estonia Concert Hall.

* Concessions available for school and university students and senior citizens.


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