Guildhall String Ensemble performs Arvo Pärt

Guildhall School alumna Candida Thompson, Artistic Director of Amsterdam Sinfonietta, directs the impressive Guildhall String Ensemble in Arvo Pärt's 'Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten'.

Tallinn Chamber Orchestra and Carolin Widmann

Programme: Pärt, Mendelssohn, Korngold

5. Symphoniekonzert

Bielefelder Philharmoniker. Programme: Tüür, Beethoven

Piano Duos Gala

Piano Duo Kai Ratassepp – Mati Mikalai Tallinn Piano Duo

Series Palace Music

Elena Brazhnik (soprano) Sigrid Kuulmann (violin) Tarmo Eespere (piano)

Portrait Concert: Arvo Pärt

Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Tõnu Kaljuste

Series i nagu interpreet. Kristi Kapten (piano)

Programme: Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Rääts, Poulenc

Anouar Brahem and Tallinn Chamber Orchestra

Duo virtuoso

Gleb Pyšniak (cello, Lithuania) Ralf Taal (piano)

El amor brujo

Tuuri Dede (mezzo-soprano) Pärnu City Orchestra conductor Kaspar Mänd

Gringolts and Mendelssohn

Indrek Vau (trumpet), Ilja Gringolts (violin), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olari Elts. Programme: Berio, Sciarrino, Mendelssohn, Martucci

Mihhail Gerts conducts Bruckner

RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Mihhail Gerts

El amor brujo

Tuuri Dede (mezzo-soprano), Pärnu City Orchestra, conductor Kaspar Mänd. Programme: de Falla

Series Palace Music

Markus Kuikka (viola da gamba, Finland) Imbi Tarum (harpsichord)

URR: Electronics + 1

26th concert in the series URR at Estonian Public Broadcasting

Series i nagu interpreet. Kristi Kapten (piano)

Programme: Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Rääts, Poulenc

Winterreise

Atlan Karp (baritone) Irina Zahharenkova (piano)

Modigliani – the Cursed Artist

Thomas Edur’s ballet to the music of Tauno Aints

Series Love Letters. Chopin and Sand

Irina Zahharenkova (piano), Anu Lamp (text)

Tallinn Guitar Quartet

Programme: Moreno Torroba, Beffa, Diego Pujol, Assad

Academia aeterna

Peep Lassmann (piano)

Series Palace Music

Silvia Ilves (cello) Liidia Ilves (piano)

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

Modigliani – the Cursed Artist

Thomas Edur’s ballet to the music of Tauno Aints

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"

BRUCKNER’S EIGHTH

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

Series Beethoven 250

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

Series Beethoven 250

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

Series Beethoven 250

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