Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Contredances in D major, K 603 No 1 and in C major La bataille, K 535
Symphony No 31 in D major, K 297/300a Paris
Anglaise and Bear’s Dance from Estonian Folk Dances
Ludwig van Beethoven
Contredances, WoO 14
Symphony No 8 in F major, Op. 93
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
Conductor OLARI ELTS
Join the dance! The future chief conductor Olari Elts will be leading ERSO and the summer will be celebrated with two dance concerts. Together with the dances of Mozart, Beethoven, and Tubin, two cheerful and short symphonies will be performed: Mozart’s Paris Symphony, which was composed to reflect the musical taste of the French audience and is therefore perhaps Mozart’s most extravagant symphony, and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 8 with its dance rhythms and humour.
The concerts have no breaks; the duration is about 75 minutes.
Concerts are presented by ERSO Season’s Main Sponsor E-Piim.
REMINDERS FOR CONCERTGOERS
- The 2 + 2 rule applies at the Estonia Concert Hall.
- Doors open 30 minutes before the start of the concert.
- We ask all guests to arrive in a timely manner and keep a distance from other members of the audience when leaving the hall after the concert.
- Disinfectants are available at the concert hall.
- The gaps between the rows of seats are suitably wide.
- Tickets are not sold at the concert hall. If possible, please purchase e-tickets.
- Not attending a concert when sick is, first and foremost, the personal responsibility of each guest.
- People belonging to risk groups (elderly people and those suffering from chronic illnesses) should avoid coming to our concerts.
- We hope for the understanding of all concertgoers and their adherence to current rules.