Aastalõpukontsert "Jõuluks koju"

Estonia puiestee 4, Kesklinna linnaosa, Tallinn

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Fri, 31 December at 2pm Estonia Concert Hall

New Year's concert 

"Home for Christmas" 

Orchestra of young Estonian musicians studying in Europe  

Conductor Henri Christofer Aavik 


Haydn. Symphony No. 6 in D major Hob. I: 6 ("Morning") 

Beethoven. Symphony No. 4 in B flat major, Op. 60 


In 2020, the world celebrated Beethoven's 250th birthday - in 2021, 30 years passed since the restoration of Estonia's independence. At the turn of the year, there will be an orchestra full of great young Estonian musicians on the stage of the Estonia Concert Hall, who have come home for Christmas and New Year. All of them were born in free Estonia, studied in the same cultural space as the Viennese classics - in free Europe. The program includes works by Viennese classics, which give young musicians the opportunity to play solo and make music together.  


When composing "The Morning Symphony," Haydn had in mind the chamber orchestra of great musicians from the Esterházy Court and therefore distributed challenging solo clips to almost every instrument group. 


The 4th Symphony by Beethoven is aptly called "a slender Greek girl between two Nordic giants."  The large-scale symphonic thinking characteristic of the composer meets here with a subtle and soloist approach to the orchestra. 

Times and prices
Kesklinna linnaosa, Estonia kontserdisaal, Tallinn

    Aastalõpukontsert "Jõuluks koju"

  • 31.12.2021, 14:00 - 16:00

  • Price from

    16 €
  • Max price

    21 €
Getting there
  • Signposted
  • Sealed access road
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Bus: Estonia
Tram: Viru
Trolleybus: Estonia
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