Marten Altrov, Johan Randvere. Photo by Krista Kõiv
Tomorrow, the Association of Estonian Professional Musicians will end its 20th season. The final concert of the season at the Tallinn Philharmonic Society House of Blackheads will present bright young musicians Marten Altrov (clarinet) and Johan Randvere (piano). The programme consists of Estonian music for clarinet and piano. The works by Ester Mägi, "the Grand Old Lady of Estonian music" as well as music written by Lepo Sumera, Lembit Veevo and others are included in the programme.
During the last season, the audience was able to enjoy the concerts of the Estonian Association of Professional Musicians in the House of Blackheads, the St. Nicholas Church, the Tallinn Creative Hub, the Summer Hall of the Maarjamäe Palace, the Estonia Concert Hall and in other places in Estonia, including Tartu, Jõhvi, Pärnu, Jõgeva, and Saaremaa. In the final season, 146 members of the Estonian Association of Professional Musicians performed at the Union's concerts bringing to an audience the music from different genres. Among others, Risto Joost, Mati Turi, Peep Lassmann, Marius and Mihkel Järvi, Mihkel Poll, Mari Poll, and the early music ensemble Cantores Vagantes took part in the season. The culmination of the jubilee season was the festival “Virmalised” in February, where the best Estonian musicians came to the stage.
The concert at the Tallinn Philharmonic Society House of Blackheads will take place on May 21 at 7 pm. Tickets at € 15/7 are available at Piletilevi, Piletimaailm and an hour before on the spot.
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