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Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”

Throughout the centuries, the ability to notice and enjoy arts, and to live surrounded by arts has been part of the aristocratic way of life. One by one, scenic travels from the invaluable collection of the Art Museum will be brought in front of the concert audiences - these are painting that will tell us about journeys to charming places in Europe. The backgrounds of these works of art will be explained in interesting details by art historians. A unique opportunity to practice an aristocratic lifestyle on a Sunday afternoon at Kadriorg Palace.
The series is organised in cooperation with the Kadriorg Art Museum.


Sun 25 September 5 p.m. Kadriorg Palace

Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”

Ensemble SaxEst

Musical composition: Korovin’s “Paris in the Evening”

Sun 9 October 5 p.m. Kadriorg Palace

Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”

Anto Õnnis (vocal), Ants Õnnis (mandolin) a.o.

Musical composition: Corrodi’s “Italian Landscape”

Sun 13 november 5 p.m. Kadriorg Palace

Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”

Pavlo Balakin (bass)

Sten Lassmann (piano)

Musical composition: Bernstein’s “Gorky Street”

Sun 11 December 5 p.m. Kadriorg Palace

Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”

Lembit Orgse (fortepiano)

Musical composition: Piranesi’s “A View of the Piazza Navona”

Sun 22 January 5 p.m. Kadriorg Palace

Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”

Tartu University Chamber Choir

Conductor Triin Koch

Musical composition: Weltz’ “A Forest in the Winter”

Sun 12 February 5 p.m. Kadriorg Palace

Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”

“Il campanello dell'opera”

Opera Studio of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Symphony Orchestra

Musical composition: Cortiello’s “Piazza Principa di Napoli“

Sun 12 March 5 p.m. Kadriorg Palace

Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”

Pirjo Jonas (soprano), Raivo Tarum (cornett)

Imbi Tarum (harpsichord)

Musical composition: ”The Doge's Palace in Venice“

Sun 9 April 5 p.m. Kadriorg Palace

Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”

Triin Ruubel (violin), Johanna Vahermägi (viola), Henry-David Varema (cello)

Musical composition: Diday’s ”Swiss Motif with a Lake“

Sun 14 May 5 p.m. Kadriorg Palace

Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”

Anna-Liisa Bezrodny (violin), Marko Martin (piano), Jan-Erik Gustafsson (cello)

Musical composition: Liphart’s “Peterhof Palace”
Throughout the centuries, the ability to notice and enjoy arts, and to live surrounded by arts has been part of the aristocratic way of life. One by one, scenic travels from the invaluable collection of the Art Museum will be brought in front of the
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“Il campanello dell'opera”. Opera Studio of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Symphony Orchestra

09.02.2017, 19:00 - 21:00

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Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”. Musical composition: Cortiello 'Piazza Principa di Napoli'.“Il campanello dell'opera” Opera Studio of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Symphony Orchestra

12.02.2017, 17:00 - 23:59

Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”. Musical composition: ”The Doge's Palace in Venice“ Pirjo Jonas (soprano), Raivo Tarum (cornett) Imbi Tarum (harpsichord)

12.03.2017, 17:00 - 23:59

Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”'. Musical composition: Diday’s ”Swiss Motif with a Lake“ Triin Ruubel (violin), Johanna Vahermägi (viola), Henry-David Varema (cello)

09.04.2017, 17:00 - 23:59

Concert Series “Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg”. Musical composition: Liphart’s “Peterhof Palace”. Anna-Liisa Bezrodny (violin), Marko Martin (piano), Jan-Erik Gustafsson (cello)

14.05.2017, 17:00 - 23:59

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