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Sun, May 2
18:00
Ensemble for New Music Tallinn (Estonia)
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Online from Tallinn, Estonian Public Broadcasting Studio 1

Ensemble for New Music Tallinn

Maria Elonen – flute
Taavi Orro – clarinet
Juan Fran Cabrera – violin
Talvi Nurgamaa – viola
Paul-Gunnar Loorand – cello
Talvi Hunt – piano
Paul Daniel – electric guitar
Madis Metsamart – percussion
Arash Yazdani – conductor

Priidu Adlas – lighting designer

Aphorism

Arash Yazdani (*1985) Aphorism (2016, Estonian premiere)

Santa Bušs (*1981, Latvia)Ich kann dich noch sehen… (2020) 

Elo Masing – Touch solo viola piece for young musicians (2021, premiere)

Ülo Krigul – The Wolf Queen solo clarinet piece for young musicians (2021, premiere)

Elo Masing (*1984) –  The Garden of Forking Paths for flute, clarinet, piano, violin, viola, cello (2021, premiere) 

Justina Repečkaitė (*1989, Lithuania) – Acupuncture (2014

Ülo Krigul (*1978) – streeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetch for flute, clarinet, percussion, electric guitar, piano, violin, viola, cello, electronics (2021, premiere)

 

Founded in 2012, Ensemble for New Music Tallinn is a collective with a non-permanent membership. The ensemble strives to offer its audiences the very best of contemporary music, provide contemporary composers an opportunity to be heard, and enrich the local and international cultural scene with their meticulously chosen programmes and approach. The artistic director of the ensemble is composer and conductor Arash Yazdani. The program includes pieces from composers with various backgrounds and aesthetics, with one strong common thread, of being originated in Baltic states. The term Aphorism was first used in the Aphorisms of Hippocrates in which the first sentence of his work is: “Life is short, art long…, judgment difficult.”

Live broadcast by EMP TV & Klassikaraadio. The concert is transferred across Europe through the EBU (European Broadcasting Union).

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