Monthly Archives: January 2010

Jüri Reinvere Requiem Released

On 1 February, the CD+DVD compilation Requiem by Jüri Reivere will be released. Requiem is written for solo flute, four male voices and narrative text by Estonian composer Jüri Reinvere who lives in Berlin. The poetic text written by Reinvere in English focuses on man and time, humans continuous and merciless meeting with loss and disembarkation from the labyrinth of losses.

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Spectacle with Music by Margo Kõlar Premiered in France

On Sunday 24 January, a musical spectacle Ilmatar, Song of the Origins (Ilmatar, le chant des origines) will be premiered in France (Guebwiller, Alsace). The spectacle was adapted for stage by Lionel Parlier and Marti Ilmar Uibo, based on Finnish national epos Kalevala and using the metric translation by Jean-Louis Perret. Uibo is also the artistic and musical director of the play, the music has been written by Estonian composer Margo Kõlar.

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Weekend at the Pärnu Days of Contemporary Music

At the Weekend (On 22 to 24 January), there are presentational events at the joint festival of Pärnu Days of Contemporary Music and Printmaking In. The program includes a seminar on the terminology of contemporary music and dance (22 January), also a Symposium on skolastika and Brian Ferneyhough (23 January). These events are followed by a discussion (24 January).

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