XIII Tallinn Winter Festival

Festival opening concert

Series Chamber Musicians in the Town. Fairy Tales

Marten Altrov (clarinet) Liina Žigurs (viola) Kadri-Ann Sumera (piano)

Beethoven - radikaali guru III

Sharon Bezaly (flute), Kymi Sinfonietta, conductor Olari Elts. Programme: Lutosławski, Bacri, Debussy, Hartikainen, Beethoven

XIII Tallinn Winter Festival

COURT MUSIC OF HIS MAJESTY PRINCE NICHOLAS ESTERHÁZY THE MAGNIFICENT

Series Love Letters. Chopin and Sand

Irina Zahharenkova (piano), Anu Lamp (text)

Saxophone Quartet Quattro Quarti

Programme: Eller, M. Kõrvits, Tormis, Pärt, Mägi, Sumera, Tamberg, Maltis

Beethoven - radikaali guru III

Sharon Bezaly (flute), Kymi Sinfonietta, conductor Olari Elts. Programme: Lutosławski, Bacri, Debussy, Hartikainen, Beethoven

XIII Tallinn Winter Festival

PIANO SOUNDSCAPES

Tallinn Guitar Quartet

Programme: Eespere (premiere), Moreno Torroba, Beffa, Diego Pujol, Assad

Shostakovich's Tenth

Sven-Sander Shestakov (piano) , Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paul Mägi

The Colours of Clouds

Opera by Rasmus Puur

Anu Tali / BBC National Orchestra of Wales

Alban Gerhardt (cello ), BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Anu Tali. Programme: Dvořák, Sibelius

Modigliani – the Cursed Artist

Thomas Edur’s ballet to the music of Tauno Aints

Anu Tali / BBC National Orchestra of Wales

Alban Gerhardt (cello ), BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Anu Tali. Programme: Dvořák, Sibelius

XIII Tallinn Winter Festival

GOD SAVE ESTONIA

Da pacem Domine

Chamber Choir Iter Chorum (Russia), Dmitri Bulgakov (oboe, Russia/Estonia), Katariina Maria Kits (violin), Theodor Sink (cello). Programme: Pärt, Jõeleht, Vasks, Miškinis, Nystedt

Tokyo NHK Symphony Orchestra

The NHK Symphony Orchestra will give an exclusive concert in Tallinn with its chief conductor Paavo Järvi as part of its second European tour

The Colours of Clouds

Opera by Rasmus Puur

XIII Tallinn Winter Festival

WINNERS OF THE T.O.S.C.A COMPETITION FOR OPERA SINGERS 2020

XIII Tallinn Winter Festival

MEMORIES – ERI KLAS

On the Morning of Freedom

Concert dedicated to the 102nd anniversary of the Estonian Republic and the 75th anniversary of the Estonian Nation Male Choir

Concert series “Matinee Music”: “At the Dawn of Freedom”

Estonian National Male Choir, conductor Mikk Üleoja

XIII Tallinn Winter Festival

LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN

Local Heroes: Opus

Arcadia Winds. Programme includes Erkki-Sven Tüür's "Architectonics I"

Light and Darkness

Mikk Langeproon (accordion), Helsinki Chamber Orchestra. Programme: Tauno Aints's Concerto for Accordion and Chamber Orchestra (premiere)

BRUCKNER’S EIGHTH

Mihkel Poll (piano), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Mihhail Gerts. Programme: Tubin, Bruckner

Anna-Liisa Eller

Arvo Pärt's music and Estonian poetry

Tomi Satomaa (piano, organ)

Adelaide Festival: Path of Life

The Norwegian Soloists' Choir. Program includes Evelin Seppar's Psalm 129 and Arvo Pärt's Psalm 122 "Peace upon you, Jerusalem"

Series Beethoven 250

Triin Ruubel-Lilleberg (violin) Theodor Sink (cello) Kärt Ruubel (piano)

Tintinnabulum. Arvo Pärt

Ensemble Utopik, Chamber Choir Aria Voce

Series Beethoven 250

Triin Ruubel-Lilleberg (violin) Theodor Sink (cello) Kärt Ruubel (piano)

Energy

Juhan Tralla (tenor) Tamar Nugis (baritone) Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Estonian National Symphony Orchestra conductor Arvo Volmer

The Sun and the Shadow

Iris Oja (mezzo-soprano) Kirill Ogorodnikov (guitar)

Series Beethoven 250

Triin Ruubel-Lilleberg (violin) Theodor Sink (cello) Kärt Ruubel (piano)

Academia aeterna

Sten Lassmann (piano). Programme: Eller, Tubin

Canticle of the Sun

Collegium Musicale Chamber Choir, Estonian Sinfonietta

XX Oslo Interantional Church Music Festival. Opening Concert

Soloists, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir,

Series Treasures of the Instrument Foundation

Mari Poll (violin) Mihkel Poll (piano)

VÕRU – CĒSIS

Andrejs Osokins (piano) Estonian National Symphony Orchestra conductor Kaspar Mänd

Arvo Pärt Kanon Pokajanen

Cantori New York

Arvo Pärt Kanon Pokajanen

Cantori New York

Ballet “GOLDEN TEMPLE”

Stage director Teet Kask, composers Timo Steiner and Sander Mölder

Series i nagu interpreet

Robert Traksmann (violin) Marcel Johannes Kits (cello) Rasmus Andreas Raide (piano)

Ballet “GOLDEN TEMPLE”

Stage director Teet Kask, composers Timo Steiner and Sander Mölder

Pictures at an Exhibition

Wind Quintet Reval Wind

Music of Today: Salonen and Tulve

Philharmonia Orchestra

Anniversary Concert – Georg Ots 100!

Enigma

Turku Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Anu Tali. Programme: Tüür, Zimmermann, Glazunov, Elgar

Flöjter och fågelsång

Uppsala Chamber Orchestra, conductor Olari Elts. Programme: Tüür, Debussy, Sibelius

BOTSTEIN and DVOŘÁK

Lucas Debargue (piano, France) Estonian National Symphony Orchestra conductor Leon Botstein (USA)

Anniversary Concert – Georg Ots 100!

Bach's Birthday: Peter Spissky and Tallinn Chamber Orchestra

Concert dedicated to European Early Music Day. Performers: Maria Valdmaa (soprano), Peter Spissky (vioin), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra

Saarema Opera Festival presents: „MR. GEORG OTS“

Concert performance in two acts. Dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Georg Ots' birth

Child of Tree

Vambola Krigul (percussion), Tammo Sumera (electronics). Programme: Cage, Takemitsu, Hosokawa, Saariaho

Kanon pokajanen

Croatian Radiotelevision Choir. Programme: Arvo Pärt

SINAISKy and RACHMANINOV

Marcel Johannes Kits (cello) Estonian National Symphony Orchestra conductor Vassili Sinaisky (Russia)

TAFF CLUB. Mingo Rajandi Quintet

Estonian Music Days

FIVE, FIVE, FOUR, THREE, TWO, ONE: Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Age Juurikas (piano), Riivo Kallasmaa (oboe), Andres Kaljuste (viola), conductor Andres Kaljuste

Estonian Music Days

ZERO: Electronic music concert

Estonian Music Days

ONE: Mart Soo (guitar)

Estonian Music Days

TWO: Anna-Liisa Eller (Estonian chromatic kannel), Taavi Kerikmäe (piano, electronics)

Estonian Music Days

THREE: Duo Obsolute

Estonian Music Days

FOUR: Stockholm Saxophone Quartet (Sweden)

World Premiere – Written for PRSO

Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olari Elts. Programme: Tüür, Štochl, Debussy, Sibelius

Estonian Music Days

FIVE: Woodwind Quintet Estica

Estonian Music Days

SIX: Ensemble U:

Estonian Music Days

SEVEN: YXUS Ensemble

Estonian Music Days

THE BEHOLDER’S GAZE: Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Tuuri Dede (mezzo soprano), Heli Ernits (oboe), Ingely Laiv-Järvi (oboe), conductor Kaspar Mänd