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Tallinn Chamber Music Festival

Pildid / - - - PL_TKF-14_engThe X Tallinn Chamber Music Festival will happen on the 21st - 31st of August 2014.

The Tallinn Chamber Music Festival, which began in 2005, is a major classical music event in Estonia, giving audiences the chance to enjoy and take pride in the country’s most outstanding musicians alongside many guests. It is created to enrich and add some classical spice to the busy cultural life in Tallinn! 

On the 20th and 21st of August will be held wonderful concerts at the Freedom Square - from 12 pm until 18 pm will be performing various estonian music students, ensembles and choirs. The entrance is free!

The ten festival concerts will be presenting well-known artists from Estonia and abroad: Ensemble Ausonia (Belgium), Amael Piano Trio (Slovenia), Tenso Europe Chamber Choir, opera singers Arete Teemets (soprano) & Oliver Kuusik (tenor), cellists Andreas Lend, Petr Nouzovsky (Czech) & Jan-Erik Gustafsson (Finland), violinist Anna-Liisa Bezrodny, violist Johanna Vahermägi, flautist Agata Savitska (Poola) and pianists Irina Zahharenkova, Ivari Ilja, Ralf Taal & Mariusz Rutkowski (Poland).


About last year, 2013:
The headliner for the 9th edition of the festival in 2013 was the well known Swedish string orchestra Camerata Nordica.

The Festival took place in the historic concert halls and churches in one of the most beautiful cities of the Baltic States with concerts in the Town Hall, Hopner House, St John’s and St Michael's Swedish Church. For the first year the Conductors Academy master class took place alongside the festival.

The festival is supported by the Tallinn City Government, the Ministery of Culture and the Cultural Endowment of Estonia. 2013 was the PLMF jubilee year and we had many great partners to support us throughout the 12 months: the main sponsor - Tallinna Vesi; sponsors - Silmet Group and Sadolin; supporters Piletilevi, Forum Cinemas, Adnet Media and WSI Baltics; media partners TV3 and radio KUKU.

The Festivals founder and artistic director is the Estonian opera singer Pille Lill.