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.
The Estonian conductor is for the first time at the rostrum of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Chorus with two concerts in Edinburgh Queen's Hall and Glasgow City Halls
on 23 and 24 October. He presents a programme, that contrasts works by Arvo Pärt (Solfeggio and Cantus in memoriam Benjamin Britten) with Haydn's Symphony No 90 and the Harmoniemesse.Read more
The WDR Rundfunkchor performs under his new chief conductor two concerts unter the title "Peace & Light" on 12/13 September. The programme includes works by
Brahms Fest- und Gedenksprüche, Harvey's Plainsong for Peace and Light, Rautavaaras´ Suite de Lorca op. 72, Poulenc´s Un soir de neige as well as a new work by Sandström commissioned by the WDR. Next concert on 24 October within the Festival "Utopie jetzt!" in Mülheim/Ruhr. The broadcast of the concert will be sent on 18 October at 8pm on WDR 3.Read more
The Finnish conductor Anna-Maria Helsing gives her debut with the Kammerakademie Potsdam on 11 October conducting Jean Sibelius’ Suite Rakastava, Mendelssohn’s
Symphony No. 1 c minor and Mozarts Piano Concerto C major KV 457 in Potsdam.The concert will be recorded and broadcasted on 20 November at 20.04 hrs on rbb-Kulturradio.Read more
Rachmaninov Trio No 1 in G minor, Félicien David Trio No 3 in C minor, Schubert Notturno E flat major and Cécile Chaminade Trio No 2 in a minor.Read more
Together with Amihai Grosz, principle viola of Berlin Philharmonic and one of the founding members of the Jerusalem String Quartet, the Austrian Piano Trio will
perform ten concerts from 14 to 25 September, among others in Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch.The tour programme includes piano quartets by Mozart (K.478 and K.493), Schumann (op. 47) and Dvorák (op. 87) as well as piano trio by Beethoven (op. 70/1 "Ghost") and Schumann (op. 110). DetailsRead more
The young and aspiring conductor leads the SWR Vocal Ensemble and the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra with a concert in Fellbach on September 12 honouring the Estonian composer Arvo Pärts. On the programme are Orient & Occident, Magnificat, Adam's Lament, Fratres and Te Deum.