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Tallinn 2011 Brings Composer Mirjam Tally to Pirita

In January, the all-year-long event series A Composer in Residence for Every District in Tallinn takes off from Pirita district with music by Mirjam Tally. This series is part of Estonian Composers’ Union‘s contribution to European Capital of Culture Tallinn 2011.

In January, Mirjam Tally is the composer in residence of Pirita. On Wednesday, 12 January at 7 pm Pirita Monastery opens its doors for Mirjam Tally’s Composers’ Recital. Her music will be performed by ensemble Resonabilis and accordionist Sirje Mõttus, accompanied by Indrek Hirv‘s poems. On 14 January, Mirjam Tally also meets the students at the Pirita Gymnasium of Economics. In the photo series by artist Jaanus Samma, Pirita will be seen from quite unfamiliar angle.

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Esiettekanded Resonabilise kavas „rePRESSIOON II“

Ansambli Resonabilis uues kontserdikavas „rePRESSIOON II“ tulevad esiettekandele värsked uudisteosed Mirjam Tallylt, Tauno Aintsilt ja Andres Kallastult. Täpsemalt kõlavad esiettekandes Mirjam TallyVeesilm“, Tauno Aintsi „3film“ ja Andrus KallastuEleegiline Troop“. Lisaks tuleb nüüd ka ametlikult Eesti esiettekandele Helena Tulve teos „North Wind, South Wind“, mida võis kuulda septembris Walesis Vale of Glamorgan Festivalil. Kontserdil võib kuulda ka Kristi Mühlingu seadet Anton Weberni Variatsioonidest op. 27 ning Kaija Saariaho teost „Mirrors“. Resonabilise kontserdid pealkirjaga „rePRESSIOON II“ toimuvad laupäeval, 27 novembril kell 19 Tallinnas Vanalinna Muusikamaja saalis, ning pühapäeval, 28. novembril kell 18 Viljandis Pärimusmuusika Aida väikeses saalis.

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A Work by Tatjana Kozlova Chosen for ISCM Festival

The work by Tatjana Kozlova, Dimension of Quiescence for saxophone and percussions was chosen for the program of this year’s ISCM festival. The work was written for the Estonian Music Days 2009 in co-operation with Tarvo Hanno Varres, accompanying a video.

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Composers’ Union Sent Six Works for the Next ISCM Festival

On 8 October, the board of Estonian Composers’ Union chose six works that were sent to represent Estonia at the ISCM (International Society for Contemporary Music) World New Music Days 2010 in Sidney, Australia.

The works sent to ISCM festival were following:
Tauno Aints Steps for bigband (2004)
Galina Grigorjeva Nature Morte for chamber choir a cappella (2008)
Tõnis Kaumann Long Play for big band (2009 revision)
Tatjana Kozlova Dimension of Quiescence for saxophone and percussion (2009)
Tõnu Kõrvits La folia for harpsichord (2009)
Helena Tulve To Night-Travellers, the Light… for cello and piano (2009)

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