A season of classical music this autumn

Source: Visit Estonia

A season of classical music this autumn

Classical music enthusiasts are due for a field day this autumn. Vienna Strauss Orchestra is here between November and December. Estonia 100 celebrates the 110th birthday of Gustav Ernesaks, one of the driving forces behind the national song festival on the second half of the 20th century. Last but not least, the largest piano festival in northeastern Europe will bust out some melodies in October. Find below a list of some of the highlight events in Estonian concert halls this season.

Concert by The King’s Singers

Throughout Estonia

23.10.2018 - 25.10.2018

The Grammy-winning vocal group The King’s Singers are celebrating their 50th anniversary in 2018 with numerous concerts across the world. The official birthday of the King’s Singers is 1st of May 1968 when the group was formed by six young, recently-graduated musicians.  What really distinguishes the group is their musical diversity. The King’s Singers is often on television with their pop music arrangements. Their British charm and musical craft have captured the hearts of audiences across the world. The numerous achievements of the vocal group include two Grammy Awards, an Emmy Award, and a place in the Gramophone Hall of Fame.

Moscow Chamber Orchestra ‘Musica Viva’

Throughout Estonia

16.10.2018 - 18.10.2018

Moscow Chamber Orchestra consists of world-class musicians who have gained international recognition with their wonderful interpretations, worked with the best soloists in the world, and performed on the most sought after stages in the world. Conductor and soloist Alexander Rudin (cello, piano) Programme: Beethoven. Overture to the ballet ‘The Creatures of Prometheus’ (‘Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus’) Haydn. Cello Concerto in C major, Hob.VIIb: 1 Mozart. Symphony no. 40 in G major. KV. 550.

Last updated : 12.09.2018
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