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    Risto Joost conducts Don Giovanni in Tartu

    Risto Joost conducts the new production of Don Giovanni at Tartu Opera Estonia on 27 November (direction: Elmo Nüganen). Further dates: 04.12./15.12.2021/12.01.2022.

     

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    Florian Helgath at rostrum of Aarhus Symphony

    Florian Helgath conducts the Aarhus Symphony & Choirs on 9 December with the world premiere of Thomas Agerfeldt-Olesens' Christmas Oratorio (soloist: Peter Lodahl, tenor) and J.S. Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3.

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    Kaspars Putnins conducts Swedish Radio Choir

    Kaspars Putnins conducts the Swedish Radio Choir in Stockholm on 4 December. The programme features music by Robert Scbumann and Toshio Hosokawa. Swedish Radio 2 broadcasts the concert on 10 December, 19:00 (CET).

    https://www.radiokoren.se/konsert/radiokoren-kaspars-putnins-och-schumann-i-engelbrektskyrkan/

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    Risto Joost conducts Liepaja Symphony

    On 3 Dezember Risto Joost is at the rostrum of Liepaja Symphony in Latvia to conduct Heino Eller: Symphonic poem "Koit", Sibelius: Symphony No. 1 and the world premiere of Rihards Dubra: Concerto for harp and percussion.

Oberlinger & Karamazov Album nominated for ICMA Award

The album Dialoge with music by J.S. Bach by Dorothee Oberlinger and Edin Karamazov is nominated for the International Classical Music Awards 2022 in the category Baroque Instrumental. The shortlist will be set on 14 December. The winners will be announced on 20 January 2022.

EPCC Album: Nomination for Grammy & ICMA 2022

The album with music by Schnittke: Concerto for choir, Three sacred hymns and Arvo Pärt: Seven Magnificat Antiphons of the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and Kaspars Putnins for BIS Records is nominated for the Grammy in the category Best Choral Performance and International Classical Music Awards 2022 in the category Choral Music. The winners will be announced on 31 January and 20 January 2022.

Grete Pedersen & Kaspars Putnins: interviews from chor.com on 24 November

NDR Kultur broadcasts two interviews with Grete Pedersen and Kaspars Putnins further to their concerts at chor.com Hannover 2021 with The Norwegian Soloists' Choir and Collegium Vocale Gent on 24 November, 21:00-22:00 (CET):

https://www.ndr.de/kultur/sendungen/chormusik/Skandinavischer-Chorklang-und-slawische-Farben,sendung1194514.html

Risto Joost conducts Wagner & Mahler

Risto Joost conducts at the season opening of the Vanemuine Symphony Wagner's Ouverture Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Mahler: Rückert-Lieder and Symphony No. 2 in three concerts in Tartu on 3 September, Johvi on 4 September and Tallinn on 5 September.

Christian Benning Percussion Group in Bayreuth

The Christian Benning Percussion Group performs two concerts at Festival Junger Künstler Bayreuth in Bayreuth on 16 August and in Kloster Speinshart on 17 August featuring music by Beethoven, Ravel, Zivkovic, de Mey, Cage, Marino, Engel and Corea.

Les Vents Francais: BR Audio broadcast 21.07.2021: 18:05-19:30 (CET)

BR Klassik broadcasts the recent concert of Les Vents Francais in Neumarkt on 21 July, 18:05-19:30 with music by  Mozart, Klughardt and Poulenc:

https://www.br-klassik.de/programm/radio/ausstrahlung-2517876.html

Florian Helgath: 2 nominations for OPUS KLASSIK

For the two albums Mozart: Requiem with Chorwerk Ruhr, Concerto Köln and soloists for Coviello Records as well as

Praetorius & Italy with RIAS Kammerchor and Capella de la Torre for deutsche harmonia mundi  Florian Helgath has been nominated for OPUS KLASSIK in the category choir music. The award presentation will take place at Konzerthaus Berlin on 10 October.

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Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir at Festival d'Aix-en-Provence

The Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir performs in Tristan und Isolde at Festival d'Aix-en-Provence under Sir Simon Rattle and London Symphony on 2, 5, 8, 11 and

15 July as well as in Kaija Saariaho: Innocence (world premiere) under Susanna Mälkki and London Symphony on 3, 6, 10 and 12 July.

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Spellermann Prize for Grete Pedersen & The Norwegian Soloists' Choir

Grete Pedersen and The Norwegian Soloists' Choir lately received the renowned Spellermann Prize for their album Lament (compositions by Lars Petter Hagen, Nils Henrik Asheim and Arne Nordheim) on BIS Records.

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