ESTONIAN SINFONIETTA FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE ESTONIA CONCERT HALL
In the "Golden Classics" series, on Saturday, January 20th at the Jõhvi Concert Hall, and on Sunday, January 21st in the Estonia Concert Hall, Estonian Sinfonietta will play
Serenade No. 6 KV 239 and Violin Concerto No. 3 KV 216 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,
and 12 Contredanses for Orchestra WoO 14 by Ludwig van Beethoven.
The concert will end with the Symphony No. 101 "Clock” by Joseph Haydn.
The soloist in the violin concerto will be Maano Männi, the concertmaster of the orchestra, for whom the Symphony by Joseph Haydn in “Golden Classics” is his debut performance as a conductor in front of the Estonian Sinfonietta.
At the beginning of May, Estonian Sinfonietta with conductor Kristiina Poska will play in the season ticket concert “Internationale Orchester” and “Klavier” in the Golden Hall of Vienna Musikverein, featuring Alice Sara Ott, one of the most prominent pianists of the younger generation, Deutsche Grammophon artist, winner of first prize at the Köthen Bach competition in Germany, and at Pianello Val Tidone competitions in Italy, as a soloist.
During the summer season, the unique programs of Estonian Sinfonietta can be enjoyed at the Suure-Jaani Music Festival, Kuressaare Chamber Music Days, the Tallinn International Organ Festival, as well as on many festivals in Europe.