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PLMF was inaugurated on February 7th, 2003 by soprano Pille Lill with the aim to support the development of talented professional musicians by organizing master classes, opportunities to perform and by introducing them internationally. At the launching concert-reception in the Town Hall of Tallinn, in the presence of its Patron, The Earl of Carlisle as well as the Cultural Minister of Estonia and many Ambassadors to the Republic of Estonia. Estonian friends of Opera and Music from all walks of life were also present.

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PLMF Summer Festivals 2018

 

Tallinn Chamber Music Festival

The Tallinn Chamber Music Festival is a major classical music event in Estonia and has become a highly valued tradition. It was created to enrich and add some classical spice to the busy cultural life in Tallinn, giving audiences the chance to enjoy and take pride in the country’s most outstanding musicians alongside many well-known guests. In 2016 the festival was organised in collaboration with the Tallinn Old Town Days. The founder and artistic director of the festival is the Estonian opera singer Pille Lill.

 

Rapla Church Music Festival

Rapla Church Music Festival began in 1993 in cooperation with Finnish church musicians with the aim to introduce the rich musical heritage of the world to the festival audience. During the years, multiple musical pieces and grand musical compositions which belong to the classical music’s gold fond have been performed. The festival expanded out of Rapla Mary Magdalene Church in 1997 and since then it has reached other cities and counties of Estonia.

Eivere Piano Festival

In 2013 cooperating with the Eivere Manor, PLMF launched the Eivere Piano Festival dedicated solely to piano music. On the amazing Boesendorfer concert piano at the beautiful and historic Eivere Manor have been performing outstanding pianists from Japan – Mr. Izumi Tateno, Ms. Yuko Yoshioka, Ms. Ayumi Hirahara, Ms. Haruyo Kubo, Ms. Emiko Mizuki, Ms. Shihoko Iino, Ms. Sae lida and Mr. Tetsuro Hagiu, in addition to Estonia’s well-known soloists, such as Irina Zahharenkova, Age Juurikas, Marko Martin and young talents Mihkel Poll, Kristi Kapten and Johan Randvere.

Valga-Valka Summer Music Festival of Seven Churches

The cooperation between PLMF and Valga Municipality begun in 2015. Several varied concerts have taken place in the context of Valga-Valka Summer Music Festival of Seven Churches, where the performers have included such extraordinary representatives of the music scene as saxophone quartet SaxEst, Latvian mixed choir Daugava, violinist Kristina Kriit, baritone Atlan Karp, organ player Tiia Tenno etc.
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February 2019

Sopranos Pille Lill and Kristina Vähi, Kristina Kriit (violin), Neeme Ots (trumpet), Mikk Langeproon (accordion),  Tiia Tenno (organ)

XII Tallinn Winter Festival 19th – 23rd of February 2019 Festival Opening Concert Swedish Michael’s Church (Rüütli 9) 19th February 15.00 Sopranos Pille Lill and Kristina Vähi, Kristina Kriit (violin), Neeme Ots (trumpet), Mikk Langeproon (accordion), Tiia Tenno (organ) Programme: Vivaldi, Händel, Lindberg etc Free entrance     PILLE LILL is one of the most well-known opera singers in Estonia today. She has graduated from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EAMT) with two professions – choir conducting and opera singing. She continued her studies in the…

Oksana Sinkova (flute), Ralf Taal (piano)

XII Tallinn Winter Festival 19th – 23rd of February 2019 Tallinn Town Hall 20th February 19.00 Oksana Sinkova (flute), Ralf Taal (piano) Programme: Schubert, Böhm, Chopin etc Tickets 12€/7€   OKSANA SINKOVA is one of the most outstanding flutists in Estonia. She has obtained her Bachelor’s degree cum laude (Prof. Neeme Punder, Matti Helin and Imants Sneibis) and defended her Master’s degree at the Esto-nian Academy of Music and Theatre (EAMT). She complemented her studies at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg…

Olga Zaitseva (soprano), Michael Hyokun Ha (tenore, Korea), Piia Paemurru (piano)

XII Tallinn Winter Festival 19th – 23rd of February 2019 Tallinn Town Hall 21st February at 7pm Olga Zaitseva (soprano), Michael Hyokun Ha (tenore, Korea), Piia Paemurru (piano) Programme: Donizetti, Puccini, Ponchielli etc Tickets 12€/7€   BUY TICKET:  https://www.piletilevi.ee/eng/tickets/festival/tallinna-talvefestival/olga-zaitseva-michael-hyokun-ha-piia-paemurru-xii-tallinna-talvefestival-winter-festival-2 OLGA ZAITSEVA has finished from Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre with a bachelor’s degree in the singing class of lect. Pille Lill and prof. Jaakko Ryhäneni and she has attained her master’s degree from the Pedagogy of Interpretation majoring in singing. She has furthered her…

Irina Zahharenkova (piano)

XII Tallinn Winter Festival 19th – 23rd of February 2019 Tallinn Town Hall   22nd February 19.00 Irina Zahharenkova (piano) Programme: Tchaikovsky The Seasons and Prokofiev Cinderella suite Op. 87 Tickets 12€/7€    BUY TICKET: https://www.piletilevi.ee/eng/tickets/festival/tallinna-talvefestival/irina-zahharenkova-xii-tallinna-talvefestival-winter-festival-273408/?&utm_source=rus&d IRINA ZAHHARENKOVA is one of the most outstanding and unique pianists of her generation. She started piano studies at the age of four with her mother and continued at Tallinn Georg Ots Music School and Estonian Academy of Music and Theater’s master’s level (EAMT), where she finished her…

Tallinn Music High School Symphony Orchestra, Estonian National Opera Boys’ Choir, Estonian Theatre Association Mixed Choir, soloist Oliver Kuusik (tenore), conductor Jaan Ots

XII Tallinn Winter Festival 19th – 23rd of February 2019 Festival Closing Gala FULL SPEED AHEAD, ESTONIA St Charles’ Church 23rd February 16.00 Tallinn Music High School Symphony Orchestra Estonian National Opera Boys’ Choir (cond. Hirvo Surva) Estonian Theatre Association Mixed Choir (cond. Heli Jürgenson) soloist Oliver Kuusik (tenore)   conductor Jaan Ots Programme: Kreek Requiem, Sibelius Symphony No. 7 Tickets 10€/5€    JAAN OTS is a pianist and a conductor born in Tallinn. He has conducted the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Lahti Sinfonia, Pärnu City Orchestra, Narva City Symphony…

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