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.

 

 
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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
Events:
Concert series Matinee and Baltic Concert Express. Ensemble ART-i-SHOCK (Latvia)
03.03.2015 17:00
The unusual ensemble Art-i-Shock was brought together by a chance. In 2011, three young brilliant musicians were nominated for the Latvian Great Music Award: cellist Guna Āboltiņa, pianist Agnese Egliņa and percussionist Elīna Endzele. A member of Kremerata Baltica, a composer Andrei Pushkariov arranged the Piazzolla's Milonga de la Anunciacion especially for the three nominee. The première took place at the Latvian National Opera during the award ceremony and it was very successful. Agnese Egliņa also became the laureate of the annual award. Thus arouse the Art-i-Shock, a chamber ensemble which has no analogues and which has proven itself to be one of the most interesting performer among the new generation of Baltic musicians. 
Concert series Oratorio. Musical offering
05.03.2015 19:00
Johann Sebastian Bach's masterpiece The Musical Offering in Tõnis Kaumann's version for vocal ensemble, based on traditional mass text. Estonian première of the version.
Alexander Toradze (piano), Arvo Leibur (violin), Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
06.03.2015 19:00
Programme: Richard Strauss. Love Scene from “Feuersnot” (“Lack of Fire”)
David Toradze. Symphony No. 2 “Xвaлa Никорцминде” (“Praise to Nikortsminda”)
Igor Stravinsky. Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments
Eduard Tubin. “Estonian Folk Dances”, “Suite on Estonian Dances”, “Suite on Estonian Dance Tunes” for Violin and Orchestra
Dedication
06.03.2015 19:00
Programme: Richard Strauss (1864–1949). Love Scene from “Feuersnot” (“Lack of Fire”, 1901)
David Toradze (1922–1983). Symphony No 2 “Hvala Nikortsminde” (“Praise to Nikortsminda”, 1968)
Igor Stravinsky  (1882–1971). Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments  (1924)
Eduard Tubin (1905–1982). “Estonian Folk Dances” (1929), “Suite on Estonian Dances”  (1938), “Suite on Estonian Dance Tunes” for Violin and Orchestra (1943/1974)
Alexander Toradze (piano)
Arvo Leibur (violin)
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
Symphony Orchestra of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
Conductor NEEME JÄRVI

Flamenco performance "Clock Suite"
07.03.2015 19:00
José Torres Trio:
José Torres (flamenco guitar, Spain)
Jasio Velasco (viola, musical saw, Spain)
Karo Sampela (drums, Finland/Spain)
Also:
Cristian de Moret (vocal, wind piano, Spain)
Pedro Martinez (vocals, wind piano, Spain)
Ramón Martínez (flamenco dance, Spain)
Maria Rääk (flamenco dance)
Womens Day concert of vocal group Noorkuu
08.03.2015 17:00
Kullervo
20.03.2015 19:00
Programme: Erkki-Sven Tüür
“Le poids des vies non vécues” (Estonian premiere)

Jean Sibelius (1865–1957)
Symphony No. 7 in C major, Op. 105 (1924)
“Kullervo Symphony”, Op. 7 (1892)

Lilli Paasikivi (mezzo-soprano)
Tommi Hakala (baritone)
Estonian National Male Choir
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
Conductor ARVO VOLMER
St. Petersburg
27.03.2015 19:00
Programme: Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840–1893)
Concert Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 56 (1884)
“Manfred Symphony” in B minor, Op. 58 (1885)

Vadim Rudenko (piano)
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
Conductor NIKOLAI ALEXEEV
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