ERSO TV

ERSO LIVE: DANCE NIGHT

1 July at 8 p.m., Estonia Concert Hall and ERSO Virtual Concert Hall

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.

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

Eduard Tubin
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

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ERSO LIVE: SHAPING UP AGAIN

12 June at 7 p.m., Estonia Concert Hall and ERSO Virtual Concert Hall

There will be no conductor at the concert ‘Shaping up again’, but the orchestra will take the stage regardless. Soloists include Guido Gualandi, the principal oboe, Peeter Sarapuu, the principal bassoon, and harp soloist Iván Bragado Poveda. The programme includes pieces from Italian Baroque and Viennese Classics to French music from the first half of the twentieth century.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Serenade in D major, K 239 (Serenata notturna)

Alessandro Marcello. Oboe Concerto in D minor
Soloist GUIDO GUALANDI

Jean Françaix. Divertimento for bassoon and strings
Soloist PEETER SARAPUU

Claude Debussy. Danse sacrée et danse profane for harp and string orchestra
Soloist IVÁN BRAGADO POVEDA

ERSO string orchestra

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ERSO LIVE: THE TIME OF BEETHOVEN
5 June at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m, Estonia Concert Hall and ERSO Virtual Concert Hall

Do you wish to go to a real concert? Starting from Friday, 5 June, we welcome audiences back to the Estonia Concert Hall! We will be sure to abide by the 2 + 2 rule in the concert hall – please make sure to read the reminders for concertgoers. Those who wish can also tune in to the live broadcasts of our concerts via ERSO TV or Klassikaraadio.

The musicians of ENSO will perform two extensive Classical chamber music pieces in two separate concerts. The pieces are penned by composers celebrating jubilees this year: 2020 marks the passing of 250 years since the birth of both Czech-French composer Antoine Reicha and German composer Ludwig van Beethoven. The paths of the Prague-born Reicha and the Bonn-native Beethoven crossed in their teenage years, when they both worked at the Bonn court orchestra: Reicha played the violin and the flute, while Beethoven played the violin and the organ.

REICHA’S OCTET
5 June 2020 at 4 p.m.

Antoine Reicha (1770–1836)
Octet in E-flat major, Op. 96 (1820)

EGERT LEINSAAR violin
MAAREN VIHERMÄE violin
KAREN KRIIT viola
MARGUS UUS cello
MATI LUKK double bass
GUIDO GUALANDI oboe
SOO-YOUNG LEE clarinet
PEETER SARAPUU bassoon
KALLE KOPPEL horn

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BEETHOVEN’S SEPTET
5 June 2020 at 4 p.m.

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827)
Septet in E-flat major, Op. 20 (1799–1800)

TRIIN RUUBEL-LILLEBERG violin
SANDRA KLIMAITĖ viola
LEVI-DANEL MÄGILA cello
MATI LUKK double bass
SOO-YOUNG LEE clarinet
KAIDO SUSS bassoon
MATTIAS VIHMANN horn

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ERSO LIVE: EINO TAMBERG 90. Songs for Children
1st June, 2020 at 10 a.m., ERSO Virtual Concert Hall

In programme Eino Tamberg’s songs for children: Poelaul, Kassilaul, Kõdilaul, Hällilaul nukule, Magusad sõrmed, Suveöö laul, Vannimineku laul, Karumõmmi unelaul

Soloist MARIANNE LEIBUR
Instrumental ensemble:
ARVO LEIBUR violin
KADI VILU violin
RAIN VILU viola
TÕNU JÕESAAR cello
LINDA VOOD flute
MARTEN ALTROV clarinet
MADIS METSAMART percussion
JOEL REMMEL piano

Arrangements for ensemble by Elis Hallik.

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ERSO LIVE: EINO TAMBERG 90
29th May, 2020 at 7 p.m., ERSO Virtual Concert Hall

Eino Tamberg is a composer with a flair for the theatrical, a romanticist and Estonian music’s bard of love. Music for orchestra and the stage occupy a central position in his work: he is the writer of four symphonies, nine concertos for solo instrument and many works for the stage. (emic.ee)

You are welcome to ERSO virtual concert hall to listen Tamberg’s chamber music!

Programme:

EINO TAMBERG
Music for Trumpet and String Orchestra 
(“Muusika trompetile ja keelpilliorkestrile”), Op. 35 / Op. 126 (1970/2006)

I: Dialoge – IV: Aria – V: Sonatine
INDRE VAU trumpet, ARVO LEIBUR violin, ELISABETH HÄRMAND violin, KADI VILU violin, EEVA-LIISA EHALA violin, RAIN VILU viola, MAIRIT MITT viola, TÕNU JÕESAAR cello, SILVIA ILVES cello, REGINA UDOD double bass, JAANA PEÄSKE piano, IVÁN BRAGADO POVEDA harp, MADIS METSAMART timpani, TERJE TERASMAA percussion
Journey with Cello and Percussion (“Teekond tšello ja löökpillidega”), Op. 128 (2007)  
THEODOR SINK cello, LAURI METSVAHI percussion, MADIS METSAMART percussion

Dancing with Tuba (“Tantsivad tuubaga”), Op. 105 (2000)
MADIS VILGATS tuba, MEELIS VIND clarinet, PIRET SANDBERG violin, REGINA UDOD double bass, JAANA PEÄSKE piano, MADIS METSAMART percussion

Wind Quintet No. 2 “Sheperd’s Tunes” (“Karjaseviisid”), Op. 71 (1984)
I: Herding Call. Andante con moto – II: Watch at Night Herding. Moderato – III: Calling the Cattle Home. Andante – IV: Shepherd´s Sunday. Allegretto
MIHKEL PEÄSKE flute, HELI ERNITS oboe, MEELIS VIND clarinet, PEETER SARAPUU bassoon, KALLE KOPPEL horn

“Vivo e lento”, Op. 106 (2000)
VAMBOLA KRIGUL percussion, REIN ROOS percussion, TERJE TERASMAA percussion, KASPAR EISEL percussion

Farewell (“Hüvastijätt”), Op. 130 (2007)
INDREK VAU trumpet, ARVO LEIBUR violin, KADI VILU violin, RAIN VILU viola, TÕNU JÕESAAR cello

... And Thus Our Life Will Be Happy (… ja nõnda on meie elu õnnelik)
Created after the “Theses of Happiness” written by Eino Tamberg and his friends. Timo Steiner’s composition of Eino Tamberg’s music (2015)
PIRET SANDBERG violin, TARMO TRUUVÄÄRT violin, KADI VILU violin, EEVA-LIISA EHALA violin, RAIN VILU viola, MAIRIT MITT viola, TÕNU JÕESAAR cello, SILVIA ILVES cello, REGINA UDOD double bass

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ERSO LIVE: LEPO SUMERA 70
8th May 2020, at 7 p.m., ERSO Virtual Concert Hall

8 May would have been the 70th birthday of composer Lepo Sumera. This day will be celebrated with live chamber music on ERSO TV, performed by Estonian National Symphony Orchestra (Estonian: Eesti Riiklik Sümfooniaorkester (ERSO)) soloists and pianist Kadri-Ann Sumera. To give the audience a virtual image of the Estonia Concert Hall, musicians will perform in different areas of the building. After the chamber music concert, Klassikaraadio will broadcast one of the major ERSO events of last year, the concert performed in the Noblessner Foundry conducted by Paavo Järvi, that included Sumera’s cello concerto performed by Theodor Sink, the principal cello of ERSO.

LEPO SUMERA
May 8th 1950 – June 2nd 2000

I (live broadcast from Estonia Concert Hall

“The Piece from the Year 1981″ (“Pala aastast 1981”)
KADRI-ANN SUMERA piano

“Waltz” (“Valss”)
ARVO LEIBUR violin, KADRI-ANN SUMERA piano

Silent Odalisque” (“Vaikiv odalisk”) from the cycle “Odalisques”
JANIKA LENTSIUS flute

Senza metro per clarinetto A e pianoforte”
MARTEN ALTROV clarinet, KADRI-ANN SUMERA piano

“A Horn Piece” (“Sarvelugu”)
YE PAN horn

“Quasi improvisata”
PEETER SARAPUU bassoon, KADRI-ANN SUMERA piano

Two Capriccios
SOO-YOUNG LEE clarinet

“Pardon, Fryderyk!”
KADRI-ANN SUMERA piano

“We!” (“Meie!”)
TERJE TERASMAA, VAMBOLA KRIGUL, LAURI METSVAHI, KASPAR EISEL percussion

II

Concerto for Cello and Orchestra
Premiere of the live recording in Klassikaraadio: August 16th, 2019 in Noblessner Foundry.
THEODOR SINK cello
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
Conductor PAAVO JÄRVI

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ERSO LIVE: May 1st, 2020.

TRIIN RUUBEL LILLEBERG violin
IVÁN BRAGADO POVEDA harp
THEODOR SINK cello

Programme:
Mozart. Duo in G major, KV 423 (sdn/arr. by Johannes Taeg)

Saint-Saëns. Fantasy for Violin and Harp, Op. 124

Debussy. “Beau soir” (“Beautiful Evening”) (arr. by Ruubel-Lilleberg & Poveda)

Debussy. Cello Sonata (I: Prologue: Lent, sostenuto e molto risoluto; harp part arr. by Poveda)

Hahn. “L’énamourée” (“The Loved One”) (arr. by Ruubel-Lilleberg & Poveda)

Lepo Sumera. Waltz from the puppet film “Spring Fly” (arr. by Ruubel-Lilleberg & Poveda)