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NGO Estonian Music Information Centre (EMIC) was established in 1995 by 15 music-related institutions. The priority of EMIC is to promote Estonian classical and contemporary music both in Estonia and abroad, by providing and sharing information about Estonian composers and their works, music organisations and their activities, musicians and musical life in general. Estonian Music Information Centre is funded by the Estonian Ministry of Culture. Since 1999 EMIC is a member of the International Association of Music Information Centres (IAMIC).

Board of the EMIC
Helena Tulve, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
Olav Ehala, Estonian Composers’ Union
Tiia Teder, Eesti Rahvusringhääling (Estonian Public Broadcasting)
Margit Tohver-Aints, Tallinn Philharmonic Society
Kerri Kotta, Estonian Arnold Schönberg Society

Members of the EMIC
Estonian Composers' Union
Association of Estonian Professional Musicians
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
International Arvo Pärt Centre
Tallinn Philharmonic Society
State Concert Institute Eesti Kontsert
Estonian National Opera
Eesti Rahvusringhääling (Estonian Public Broadcasting)
Estonian Music Foundation
Estonian Arnold Schönberg Society
Magazine "Teater. Muusika. Kino"
Estonian Choral Association
Estonian Cultural Newspaper "Sirp"
Estonian Music Library Association
Estonian Authors' Society
National Library of Estonia
Estonian Theatre and Music Museum
Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
SP Muusikaprojekt

EMIC Music Shop

CD Wsewolod Pozdeyev
CD Heino Eller. Complete Piano Music. Volume Five
CD Tõnu Kõrvits. Moorland elegies
CD Galina Grigorjeva. Nature morte

Kõrvits, Tõnu
Touch, for bassoon
Grigorjeva, Galina
Two Psalms, for mixed choir
Tally, Mirjam
Warm Life at the Foot of the Iceberg, for clarinet and piano
Seppar, Evelin
Time and the Bell, for mixed choir