Located in the very heart of Tallinn, this renowned concert hall is part of the 'Estonia' Theatre building, an imposing, neoclassical structure that has long been a symbol of the nation's political and cultural prowess. In addition to being home to the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, it's  the primary venue for gala state occasions such as presidential receptions.





Estonia Concert Hall
Location City Centre
Address Estonia pst 4 Map
Phone +372 614 7760 / 61
Fax +372 614 7769
E-mail info@concert.ee
Homepage www.concert.ee
Vocal ensemble Jazz Island (Lithuania)
22.10.2014 19:00
Jazz and virtuoso jazz arrangements from classical and traditional music.
International pianist’s festival PIANO
24.10.2014 - 02.11.2014
International pianist’s festival Piano is a festival with largest number of listeners in Estonia, with top pianists from Estonia and around the world performing and which introduces the art of piano playing in its richness. The festival has brought to the audience such piano grandees as Eliso Virsaladze, Angela Hewitt, Pascal Rogé, Cyprien Katsaris, Mihhail Pletnjov, Paul Lewis, Stephen Hough, Arcadi Volodos, Marc-André Hamelin, Piotr Anderszewski, Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Alexandre Tharaud, Louis Lortie, etc.
Festival Piano, concert series Matinee. Lauri Väinmaa (piano), Jüri Aarma (reader)
25.10.2014 15:00
Chopin's, Schumann's and Liszt's works and letters
Benjamin Grosvenor (piano, Great Britain)
25.10.2014 19:00
Jean Philippe Rameau. Gavotte and variations in A minor
Johann Sebastian Bach/Ferruccio Busoni. Chaconne
César Franck. Prelude, chorale and fugue
Frédéric Chopin. Barcarole; 2 nocturnes and mazurkas; Ballad
Enrique Granados. Three pieces from cycle Goyescas 
The Gothenburg Combo (Sweden)
05.11.2014 15:00
 ”The Gothenburg Combo performs classical music so thrillingly as if it were pop music, they radiate irresistible positive sense of humour, and therefore they are one of the best guitar duos in the world.” (Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung)
In 2004, The Gothenburg Combo won the first prize and the audience award at the prestigious Guitar Duo Competition of Montelimar. Since then they have received warm reception from both the audience and the critics in Europe, USA, China, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, etc. ”In the spirit of both, Jimi Hendrix as well as Andrés Segovia” (Jönköpings-Posten).
Heimar Ilves 100
06.11.2014 19:00
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Symphony Orchestra
Gatis Gorkusha (trumpet)
Conductor Toomas Vavilov

Ilves. Symphony no 2 (2nd movement, Largo)
Jolivet. Trumpet concerto no 2
Beethoven. Symphony no 5 in C-minor op. 67
Concert series “Oratorio” All Souls' Day Concert
08.11.2014 19:00
Chamber Choir Collegium Musicale
Ene Salumäe (organ) 
Conductor Endrik Üksvärav

Tüür. "Missa brevis", "Spectrum"
Palestrina. "Missa Papae Marcelli"
Concert series Violino! Dmitri Sitkovetski (violin, Russia/United Kingdom)
13.11.2014 19:00
E. Dohnányi / D. Sitkovetsky. Serenade in C Major Op. 10 
F. Schubert. Rondo for violin ands strings A-duur
B. Bartók. Romanian Folk Dances for violin and strings 
S. Rahmaninov. Vocalise for strings in E minor (arrangement for orchestra D. Sitkovetski)
B. Britten. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge Op. 10

In cooperation with Tallinn Philharmonic Society 

Estonian National Male Choir Jubilee Concert
16.11.2014 17:00
Estonian National Male Choir

Ka Bo Chan (countertenor)
Maris Järvi (cello)
Theodor Sink (cello)
Wind ensemble and string quintet
Conductor Mikk Üleoja
We serve for you only the best. The menu includes musical favorites of recent years: Schubert, Grigorieva, Ešenvalds, MacMillan, Bonato and Tulev.
Television Competition Classical Stars 2014 Winner Award Concerts
18.11.2014 19:00
Katariina Maria Kits (violin)
Marcel Johannes Kits (cello) 
Sten Heinoja (piano)
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