Estonian Music Days &
ISCM jointly present
Music Days

Through the Forest of Songs
Tallinn / Tartu
Fri, May 3
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Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Chamber Hall
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Free entrance

New Music Ensemble of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre:
Johanna Vahtola (voice)
Maria Elonen (flute)
Paolo Pellegrini (clarinet)
Karl Tipp (saxophone)
Zhi Bo Yang (saxophone)
Mart Aus (trumpet)
Juho Eemeli Tapaninpoika Solehmainen (piano)
Darío Cervera Jordá (piano)
Olesya Davydyuk (violin)
Adla Cameselle Barbosa (cello)

Nick Snowball (b. 1996, New Zealand)
“X:NNN” for two performers (2018)

Tilen Lebar (b. 1993, Slovenia)
“Ekyo kihikire” for clarinet, alto saxophone and piano (2018)

Ansgar Bester (b. 1981, Sweden)
“Mascarade Obscure” for prepared wind quartet mouthpieces (2016/2019, premiere of the version for quartet)

Tse Yeung Ho (b. 1992, Norway)
“vihik b / shulammite e” for flute, violin, cello and piano (2018)

Vlad Chlek (b. 1994, the Nederlands)
“Wood Painting” for flute, clarinet, cello, baritone saxophone, trumpet, piano, violin and cello (2019, premiere)

Curators Taavi Kerikmäe and Tarmo Johannes

New Music Ensemble of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre has participated in performance of “Les espaces acoustiques” by Gérard Grisey and collaborated with Krzysztof Penderecki and Louis Andriessen. This time New Music Ensemble of EAMT will perform new works and some earlier music by composition students.

Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre is a public university, specialized in music and drama. Students can specialize in all major fields of music and theatre in Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral programmes – from organ and harpsichord to jazz and traditional music. In addition to vocalists and instrumentalists, conductors, composers, musicologists, music teachers, sound engineers and arts managers are also trained in Bachelor’s programmes.

In collaboration with Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre