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:
Nordic Symphony Orchestra
05.12.2014 19:00
Soloist: IVARI ILJA (piano, Estonia)
Conductor: ANU TALI

Programme:
PÄRT „SILOUAN’S SONG“
CHOPIN Piano Concerto No 1
BRAHMS Symphony No 4
Concert series Matinee. Estonian National Male Choir
10.12.2014 15:00
National romantic anniversary program Even a Lizard on a Stone Leaves a Trail. 
… not to mention the 70-year musical journey of one ensemble on a cultural landscape. Estonian National Male Choir looks back and peeks into the future, this time in a key of national romanticism. The program includes works of Härma, Läte, Türnpu, Ernesaks, Uusberg, etc.
Four last songs
12.12.2014 19:00
Olga Bezsmertna (soprano)
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
Conductor VELLO PÄHN


Programme: A.Bruckner, R.Strauss
Vocal ensemble Amarcord
13.12.2014 19:00
Wolfram Lattke (tenor), Martin Lattke (tenor)
Frank Ozimek (baritone), Daniel Knauft (bass), Holger Krause (bass)

The five vocalists from the ensemble Amarcord represent German sophisticated vocal culture. The quintet is often compared with British renowned vocal quartet The Hilliard Ensemble or with the world-famous vocal sextet The King’s Singers. At times melancholic, cheerful or solemn, the five ex-members of the famous Leipzig St Thomas' Boys Choir create a bridge with their repertoire between medieval music traditions and modern compositions.
Concert series Elite Concerts. Riivo Kallasmaa (oboe), Triin Ruubel (violin), Johanna Vahermägi (viola), Andreas Lend (cello)
16.12.2014 19:00

Programme: 
Johann Sebastian Bach. Two chorales arranged for oboe quartet
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Oboe quartet in F major K370
Benjamin Britten. Fantasy quartet for oboe quartet
Arthur Bliss. Oboe quintet op. 44
Rozhdestvensky & Prokofiev
19.12.2014 19:00
Programme: 
Johannes Brahms.“Akademische Festouvertüre” (“Academic Festival Overture”), Op. 80
Arvo Pärt.“Lamentate” for piano and orchestra
Sergey Prokofiev. Music from “Romeo and Juliet”

 
Legendary Russian conductor Gennady Rozhdestvensky served for many years as principal conductor for the Grand Symphony Orchestra of the All-Union Radio and Central TV and the USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra (currently known as the State Symphony Capella of Russia) as well as for the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Symphony and Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. Rozhdestvensky premièred many works by Soviet composers, and many composers, Sofia Gubaidulina and Alfred Schnittke among them, have dedicated their works to him. 

Concert series Oratorio. Christmas concert – Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle
20.12.2014 19:00
Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
Tallinn Chamber Orchestra

Programme:
Gioachino Rossini. Petite messe solennelle

Arsis Handbell Ensemble
25.12.2014 12:00
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