Ondine has released another album of Risto Joost, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra and Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir featuring Tonu Korvits: You are Light and Morning (Sei la luce e il mattino) to great acclaim. Listen to the recording here: https://open.spotify.com/album/7lQZEVDNC125bR5szMUTGg
The Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir launches its own web channel www.epcc.tv on 30 April, 18:00 (CET) with a contemporary Baltic programme at Estonian Concert Hall Tallinn in collaboration with the Estonian National Symphony at the Estonian | Baltic Music Days.
Risto Joost conducts Haydn's Creation complemented with video installations by Devon Miles with MDR Leipzig Symphony, MDR Radio Choir and soloists in Leipzig on
17 March. MDR Kultur broadcasts the concert on 1 April, 19:30-22:00 (CET): https://www.mdr.de/kultur/radio/ipg/sendung-276434_date-2018-04-01_ipgctx-true_zc-36ee651a.htmlRead more
On 16 March the Arcis Saxophone Quartet performs the programme "American Dreams" with music by Reich, Dvorak, Gershwin, Barber and Bernstein in Munich, Allerheiligen-Hofkirche at Residenz.
Tonu Kaljuste conducts the NDR Choir in three concerts from 9-11 March in Oldenburg, Itzehoe and Hamburg. They perform A cappella music by Krzysztof Penderecki, Arvo Pärt, Sergei Tanejew, Raymond Murray Schafer and Veljo Tormis.
Florian Helgath conducts the Bavarian Radio Choir in Munich Prinzregententheater on 24 February with music by Domenico Scarlatti, J.S. Bach, Ildebrando Pizzetti and Frank Martin accompanied by an organ, a lute and a violone.
Risto Joost directs the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, Netherlands Chamber Choir and soloists in Alkmaar on 1 March, Concertgebouw Amsterdam on 2 and 3 March, and
Haarlem on 4 March. The programme features the first performance of Guillaume Connesson's Liturgies de Lumière for chamber orchestra and choir, Ralph Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis and the Fauré Requiem.Read more
The Arcis Saxophone Quartet presents the programme "American Dreams"(quartet version) in Wetzikon (CH) on 2 March with works by Steve Reich, Antonin Dvorak, George Gershwin, Samuel Barber and Leonard Bernstein.