Estonian Music Days &
ISCM jointly present
Music Days

Through the Forest of Songs
Tallinn / Tartu
Fri, May 10
Solar Winds

St. Nicholas’ Church
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Ticket 15/10 €
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Ulla Krigul (organ)
Tammo Sumera (electronics)

Margo Kõlar (b. 1961, Estonia)
New work for electronics (2019, premiere)

Erkki-Sven Tüür (b. 1959, Estonia)
“Spectrum III” for organ (1999)

Sunleif Rasmussen (b. 1961, Faroe Islands)
3 Organ Chorales (2016)

Thommy Wahlström (b. 1968, Sweden)
“2017 invention for organ and EA No. 18” (2017)

Rikhardur H. Fridriksson (b. 1960, Iceland)
“… e mezzo”, electroacoustic piece for 5 channel playback (2016)

Elizabeth Anderson (b. 1960, Belgium)
“Solar Winds” for 8-channel fixed medium (2012–2014)

Clemens von Reusner (b. 1957, Germany)
“Anamorphosis” for fixed medium (2018, Estonian premiere)

Ulla Krigul is one of the most recognized organists of the younger generation in Estonia. She is highly valued as a soloist and an ensemble partner. Her repertoire comprises wide range of music from Baroque to contemporary music. In 2004–2006, Ulla Krigul worked as the organist of Sacré Coeur Church in Vienna. At the present time, she works as a lecturer at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and the organist of Finnish St. Peter’s Congregation in Tallinn. As a soloist and chamber musician Ulla Krigul has performed in all main Estonian churches and has held concerts in the frameworks of many festivals and concert series.

Tammo Sumera is the lecturer in the electronic music studio and the sound technology specialist at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. He is also a freelance live electronics artist and sound engineer. Sumera has been awarded live electronics interpretation, engineering, and organisational awards at numerous international festivals around Europe. He has collaborated with various Estonian orchestras, conductors, performers, and composers.