PLMF organises over 100 concerts per year and as one of our main aims is to introduce our most talented musicians internationally, then we have launched many exchange projects with music organisations and festivals from all over the world and seek new partners to engage in this cooperation.
PLMF has launched cooperation projects with Fazer Artist' Management and Fantastico Music (Finland), Cafe de Concert and MusicaNord (Norway), Classic Concerts Trust and Conductors' Academy (UK), Music and Art Support Foundation (Latvia), Baltic Centre for Cultural Management and PIANO LT (Lithuania), Czech Arts Agency and Czech Touches of Music (Czech Republic), PagArt Festival (Croatia).
Future plans have been made with the Camerata Nordica and Länsmusiken (Sweden), InnoArtistico (Switzerland), Ikon Artists, International Wimbledon Music Festival, Pushkin House London and Oxford Philomusica (UK), International Festival Wratislavia Cantans (Poland), Fondazione Paolo Grassi and Scuola dell'Opera Italiana (Italy) and many others.
In co-operation with our partner Festival della Valle d'Itria PLMF presents during the 8th Tallinn Chamber Music Festival an arrangement of of Luigi Rossi´s opera “L’Orfeo” by Italian composers Daniela Terranova and Fabio Ceresa.
Project planning and cooperation enables agencies, Music NGOs and other cultural organisations with very different backgrounds and sizes to work together as partners and boost cultural exchange between neighbouring countries as well as countries on different sides of the globe.
Under the framework of European Culture Programme PLMF initiated a project "Emerging classical talent in the EU" which brings together professional musicians from 4 consortium partner countries (Sweden,Estonia, UK and Italy) through exiting works of composers of theparticipating countries. 3 concerts will beprepared jointly which will be performed in July and October 2014 inall partner countries in beautiful modern and historic concert hallsand churches. The project raisesthe visibility of the participating musicians and outstanding works byEuropean composers not only in the EU but globally as it involvesinternational music media.
From Estonia the following talented musicians will participate in the undertakings of the project: Pille Lill (soprano), Andreas Lend (cello), Oksana Sinkova (flute) and Virgo Veldi (saxophone).