Jüri Reinvere’s new orchestral work “Maria Anna, wach, im Nebenzimmer” will be premiered on three evenings at the Bamberg Concert Hall as part of the Mozartfest Würzburg. The Bamberg Symphony Orchestra will be conducted by Andris Nelsons.
Composer Ester Mägi has passed away at the age of 99.
On May 15, Kristjan Järvi will conduct Arvo Pärt's author's evening in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart (Basiliek van Koekelberg) in Brussels. Vlaams Radiokoor and the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra will perform Pärt's works "Adam's Lament", "Como cierva sedienta" and "Da pacem Domine".
On May 9, Ester Mägi's orchestral work "The Sea" will be performed at the Europe Day Concert at St John's Smith Square in London. The concert will be given by the Northern Chords Festival Orchestra conducted by Jonathan Bloxham, with Portuguese tenor Luis Gomes as a soloist.
Arvo Pärt’s New Choral Work to be Performed at the Opening of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine in New York
Arvo Pärt’s a cappella choral work, "O Holy Saint Nicholas", will be premiered in New York City in the Fall of 2021.
Contemporary music festival Estonian Music Days runs from April 22 to May 2 and will be online-only. This year's festival is linked to the Baltic Music Days - the new festival with the aim of increasing the international visibility of Baltic musicians and composers.
The Crossing chamber choir under Donald Nally has released a new album „The Tower and The Garden“ featuring the work „A Child Said, What Is the Grass?“ by Toivo Tulev.
Tomorrow, on March 26, the concert of the Greek Radio Symphony Orchestra under the guidance of Estonian young conductor Jaan Ots will be broadcast by the Greek Third Program. The concert program consists of music by Arvo Pärt, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Giuseppe Verdi.
Estonian contemproary music ensemble Ensemble U: will give on March 5, the online concert within the framework of the Latvian New Music Days. The program consists of music by Udo Kasemets, Jurgis Mačiūnas, Linda Leimane and Tatjana Kozlova-Johannes.
At the beginning of March, new works by composer Alisson Kruusmaa will be premiered in Finland and in the Netherlands. Both the concerts can be watched live on YouTube.