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IX Eesti Noorte Heliloojate Festival

3.-6. juunini leiab Tartus aset IX Eesti Noorte Heliloojate Festival. Festivali helilooja on Mirjam Tally, kelle loomingust on kavas autorikontsert ja veelgi mitmeid esiettekandeid („Shift 2“ Ansambel U: esituses ning „The Shadow of the Moon“ Kristi Mühlingu ja Jaak Lutsoja ettekandes), lisaks toimub workshop Mirjam Tally loomingust. Eesti Noorte Heliloojate Festivalil tulevad esiettekandele ka Märt-Matis Lille, Mart Siimeri, Jüri Reinvere ja Tatjana Kozlova teosed. Festivali kunstiline juht on Monika Mattiesen ning korraldaja MTÜ Tartu Jaani Kiriku Kultuuriprojekt.

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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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Premiere of Jüri Reinvere’s REQUIEM in Helsinki

On monday, March 23rd 2009 7.30 p.m, the premiere of Jüri Reinvere’s “REQUIEM” will take place in Helsinki, at the archive-cinema “Orion” (Eerikinkatu 15).
Reinvere’s “REQUIEM” is a modern adaptation of this eternal musical genre. Airy and evocative music-and-text composition is written for solo flute, electronics and four voices with voice-over reading Requiems text. “REQUIEM” is a timeless message from the dead to the living – of destruction and of resurrection of life. This work also weighs against the contemporary virtuoso Flute repertoire and with its quaint new form the Requiem-genre itself.
The first performance of ”REQUIEM” in Helsinki will be complemented by a film specially mastered for the occasion by Australian film-director Catherine Jarvis. The film is made from extraordinary and rare, beautiful and brittle Estonian documentary clips from 1911-1945, many never before seen.

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Estonian Music Days 2008

April 3 – 10, 2008
Tallinn, Viljandi, Narva

Estonian Music Days take a look at the rich body of work of Estonian composers. EMD festival programme has traditionally included the most recently written pieces as well as the more ‘established’ works which form the foundation of Estonian contemporary music. The best of local musical force unite to deliver a fine selection of new works of various shape, from symphonies to music videos to chamber music. As a special theme, EMD 2008 reaches out to both young and new audience through unusual formats, such as a special Festival game, interactive multimedia piece for high shool students or through exciting big events such as the Young Musicians Gala Concert.

See the festival program!

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