The finale of the “Annetekoda 2021” talent competition at the Alexela Concert Hall
brings together the finest talents of the national preliminary rounds.

Aavo Lumi (classical song), Angelica Bolhovitina (dance), Anna Makeev and Pavel Kutergin from the ensemble “OŠMEŠ”,
Annaliisa Aren
(violin, piano and flute), Anna-Liisa Ohaka (dance),
ensemble “Jackpot“ (Pjotr Zotovitch bayan, Jekaterina Arhipenko vocal, Zlata Zotovitch saxophone, vocal),
Beatriche Huber (song), Estonian Klezmer Band ensemble, dance group Forte,
Hanna Camilla Kadarik
(song), Hannes Pastik and Lisanne Kalaus (dancesport), Jan Marius Laur (trumpet),
Jekaterina and Elizaveta Michenko, Anna Nalivaiko (physical theatre),
Jete-Pauline and Wanda-Helene Ollep (song), Jie Yin (classical song), Lilian Sauvola (classical song),
Maria Veretenina and Stark Rosenthal (song and piano), Martina Schulz (belly dance),
Merilin Kruberg (modern dance), Mihkel Sildoja (garmon), Miia Margaret Untera (piano),
Pavel Šell (revue), dance group Studio dotE,  dance theatre POLLY,
Tristan Lumi
(song), Viola Asoskova (piano).

Members of the jury:

Uku Suviste – žürii esimees, Annetekoda 2021 patroon
Alejandro Jimenez de la Questa – Mexico City Kultuurikeskuse Cantoral direktor
Aarne Saluveer – koorijuht
Eesti Kultuuri Koja liikmed:
Pille Lill
Egge Kulbok-Lattik
Daisy Järva
Tiina Park
Anne Soop-Tohver
Rain Annast
Allar Kaasik

Despite the COVID-19 crisis and attendant restrictions 250 talent presentation participated from the various counties,
aging from three to 76 years old, including Estonians, Russians, Jews, Nenets, Kyrgyz, Tajiks, Ukrainians, Belarusians,
Chinese and other nationalities, with also expatriate Estonians being represented.
The genres ranged from rap to opera in song, from breakdancing to ballet, plus acrobats,
national ensembles, inventors, artists, fashion designers, comedians and many others.
After the video and preliminary rounds the jury selected the 24 best finale presentations.
Joining them on the stage of the Alexela Concert Hall will also be the “Annetekoda 2021” patron
Uku Suviste, just recently back from representing Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest.

The jury will announce the winners at the night of the concert finale.
The prizes (I place 1500 €, II place 1000 €, III place 500 €) have been provided by Selver. There are also several special prizes.
“Annetekoda 2021” is supported by the Ministry of Culture, the Cultural Endowment of Estonia,
the Tallinn Culture and Sports Department, Tallinn’s Kodurahuprogramm, Värska,
Selver, City of Viljandi, Rae Municipality Government, Rootsi-Mihkli Church,
Sakala Centre, Pärnu Nooruse Maja, Nõmme, Kohtle-Järve,
Rapla and Rae Cultural Centres, Valga Kultuuri- ja Huvialakeskus and the Estonian National Museum.

The competition is organized by Eesti Kultuuri Koda in cooperation with PLMF Music Trust.

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