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  • Irina Zahharenkova & Milan Turković | ERSO
    Estonian National Symphony Orchestra Conductor MILAN TURKOVIĆ Austria Irina Zahharenkova is one of the most remarkable and versatile keyboard players of her generation in Estonia She has won numerous prestigious competitions both as a pianist and a harpsichord player As a pianist she has achieved first places at such international competitions as Johann Sebastian Bach Competition in Leipzing 2006 Alessandro Casagrande Competition in Italy 2006 George Enescu Competition in Rumania 2005 Prémio Jaén Competition in Spain 2004 etc She regularly gives solo and chamber recitals and performs as a soloist with orchestras Both Zahharenkova s earlier appearances with ERSO received a warm reception She is characterized by absolute power of empathy enchanting lyricism internal virility and deep understanding of the piece performed Ia Remmel Sirp 10 May 2002 Milan Turković of Austrian and Croatian descent has made a successful career as a bassoon soloist he has been the principal bassoonist in orchestras like the Bamberger Symphoniker and the Wiener Symphoniker he is also one of the founding members of the Ensemble Wien Berlin wind quintet For the last fifteen years he has been increasingly active as a conductor appearing with such orchestras as the Wiener Symphoniker the Vienna Radio Symphony

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  • Beethoven 240 | ERSO
    Concerts Beethoven 240 December 18 2010 at 7 pm Vanemuine Concert Hall December 19 2010 at 5 pm Estonia Concert Hall Beethoven Concerto for piano violin cello and orchestra in C major Op 56 Symphony No 3 in E flat major Eroica Op 55 Aleksei Lyubimov piano Tatyana Grindenko viiul violin Alexandr Buzlov tšello cello Estonian National Symphony Orchestra Conductor DIMA SLOBODENIOUK Concerts are produced by ERSO Eesti Kontsert Tickets

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  • New Year’s concert of Hennessy and Eesti Kontsert | ERSO
    2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 2003 2004 2002 2003 Tickets Recordings About Conductors Musicians Orchestra Audition ENSO on Tour FRIENDS CLUB News Reviews Contacts Concerts New Year s concert of Hennessy and Eesti Kontsert December 30 2010 at 7 pm Pärnu Concert Hall January 1 2011 at 6 pm Estonia Concert Hall Tchaikovsky Shostakovich J Strauss Soloist Annely Peebo mezzosoprano Conductor Petr Altrichter Tickets SOLD OUT Search for Join

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  • Herbert Schuch & Olari Elts | ERSO
    Piano Competition 2005 and International Beethoven Piano Competition 2005 Sometimes the desire to show excellence beyond expectation is lessened with maturity and fame and there is something delightful in the budding talent determined to show its worth This has surely been the path Romanian born pianist Herbet Schuch drew who has cleverly drawn attention to himself by choosing to launch his performance career on the international stage with pieces often attempted only by the world s most accomplished and acclaimed pianists His polished performance drew admiration not just from the audience but from the entire orchestra which showed its appreciation with the traditional stamping of feet The Independent Weekly 27 July 2009 The conductor is Olari Elts ERSO s principal guest conductor winner of the International Sibelius Conductors Competition whose outstanding musicianship and idiosyncratic conducting technique make him one of the most individual maverick conductors of his generation The music inside Elts is burning He has a vivid and rich cognition of the image and a skill to realize it attractively to ignite and involve the orchestra and the listeners Elts feels at home in the whole spectrum of orchestration he has a keen sense of orientation he is quick and hot tempered sometimes unexpected in his actions Leelo Kõlar Sirp 1 October 2010 The premiere of Erkki Sven Tüür s Eighth Symphony was in Glasgow City Halls on 30 April 2010 when it was performed by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra conducted by Olari Elts Estonian conductor Olari Elts had a clear affinity for the sound world which dominated the premiere of Symphony No 8 by his friend composer Erkki Sven Tüür For his latest work Tüür drew on a colour palette as psychedelic as the Northern Lights using a dazzling array of effects as well as an exotic line

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  • FINLANDIA: conductor and soloist Olli Mustonen | ERSO
    Concert Hall Sibelius symphonic poem The Bard Op 64 Beethoven Piano Concerto in D major Op 61a after Violin Concerto Op 61 Mustonen Jehkin Iivana Estonian premiere Sibelius symphonic poems Tapiola Op 112 and Finlandia Op 26 Conductor and soloist Olli Mustonen World known Finnish pianist conductor and composer Olli Mustonen has a unique place on today s music scene As a pianist he has challenged and fascinated audiences throughout Europe and America with his brilliant technique and startling originality In his role as conductor he founded the Helsinki Festival Orchestra and has worked with many orchestras throughout the world At the heart of both his piano playing and conducting is his life as a composer Mustonen has a deeply held conviction that each performance must have the freshness of a first performance so that audience and performer alike encounter the composer as a living contemporary He gives his whole body to the performance every time He gives his soul too He is a living dream of pianism having broken through an expressive barrier that other players do not know exists The Sunday Times As a musical interpreter Olli Mustonen the conductor is very like Olli Mustonen the pianist Detail

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  • Nikolai Petrov & Eri Klas | ERSO
    Concert Hall Fagerlund Isola Beethoven Piano Concerto No 3 in C minor Op 37 Tšaikovski Symphony No 4 in F minor Op 36 Nikolai Petrov piano Estonian National Symphony Orchestra Conductor Eri Klas Nikolai Petrov the best known Russian pianist of his generation has appeared on the world s concert stages since winning the silver medal at the first Van Cliburn Competition in the United States 1962 followed by the silver medal at the Queen Elizabeth Competition in Brussels The further way to the top has continued smoothly and without hitches involving the most famous orchestras concert halls and conductors and he is at the top now If we add that he is a dazzling personality when socializing and can get absorbed in jazz for hours this is what Kolya Petrov is like Toomas Velmet Sirp 8 April 2005 As Petrov s mastery of the piano does not recognize any technical limits he has broadened the piano repertoire the listeners remember him as a virtuoso performer of most complicated arrangements In Estonia too he has given a solo performance of Symphonie fantastique of Berlioz Petrov s repertoire includes nearly 100 piano concertos and 50 solo programmes In addition to giving

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  • Mati Lukk & Toomas Vavilov | ERSO
    is happy to boast of such a bass player with the abilities of a soloist The musicality energy and professionalism of the man opened in every aspect Toomas Velmet wrote after the performance of Koussevitzky s Double Bass Concerto Sirp 22 November 2002 Clarinetist and conductor Toomas Vavilov has studied conducting at the Estonian Academy of Music under Jüri Alperten and ERSO s long time principal conductor Roman Matsov He

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  • Rein Rannap & Ainārs Rubiķis | ERSO
    to Bamberg Symphony and ongoing commitments with Kremerata Baltica and Latvian National Opera Recent highlights include most successful concerts with Kremerata Baltica in Latvia and at the 2010 Lockenhaus Festival with Gidon Kremer he also conducted Bamberg Symphony chamber orchestra in the Mahler Festival Future plans include débuts with Oslo and Brussels Philharmonic orchestras Northern Sinfonia and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Born in Riga Rubikis enrolled to study at the Emil Darzins School Latvia s leading institution for outstanding young musicians Here he studied piano and violin and also sang in the choir of Riga Cathedral going onto the Cathedral s choir school He later studied at Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Music Academy for a degree in choral conducting and pursued postgraduate studies in orchestral conducting with Andris Vecumnieks and also participated in masterclasses with Maris Jansons and Zsolt Nagy In 2002 he was awarded Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir s special prize as best conductor From 2000 to 2005 he served as Artistic Director of the long established Dziesmuvara the University of Latvia chamber choir before working as Assistant Conductor and a member of the Latvian Radio Choir from 2006 until 2010 He works with the Latvian National Symphony Orchestra Sinfonietta Riga the Latvian National Opera orchestra and the Liepaja Symphony Orchestra In 2008 he was appointed an Assistant Conductor at Latvian National Opera His credits there include conducting Don Giovanni and Zauberflöte and assisting Cornelius Meister in the company s acclaimed staging of Siegfried This season he conducts several further performances of Don Giovanni Eino Tamberg s Ballet Symphony and Concerto Grosso created a few years earlier definitely belong to the highlights of Estonian music of the 1950s The premiere of Ballet Symphony took place in Staatstheater Schwerin in GDR on 10 March 1960 conducted by Kurt Masur in the autumn

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