The council of the Estonian National Opera has chosen the new General Manger, who is OTT MAATEN. Ott Maaten shall begin on January 1st, 2021. The head of the council, Mr Ivar Ilja says that …
Due to the security reasons “The Count of Luxembourg” on November 24, the “Operetta King Imre Kálmán” on November 26 and the “Don Pasquale” on November 27 is cancelled, since part of the opera troupe …
The winner of the redesign competition of Tammsaare Park is Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid
Tammsaare Park aside the opera house of Tallinn will be redesigned. The winner of the the design competition is Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid. See the photos of the future-to-be park and the new surroundings of the opera house in newspaper Postimees!
Festival “The Great Tchaikovsky “ on April 15–19
This year the world celebrates the 175th anniversary of the great Russian composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Tchaikovsky has presented the world many of the most beautiful operas and ballets in music history, six symphonies, instrumental concerts, cantatas and romances that have thrilled several generations. Estonian National Opera will celebrate the great event with a festival that includes a selection from the composer’s diverse legacy: opera “The Queen of Spades”, ballet “The Sleeping Beauty”, Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat minor, Op. 23 as well as Symphony No. 3 in D major, Op. 29, conducted by Nikolai Alexeev, a ballet gala and John Cranko’s outstanding dramatic ballet “Onegin” to the music of Tchaikovsky.
15.04 Cranko’s ballet “Onegin”, conductor Jüri Alperten
16.04 Tchaikovsky’s opera “The Queen of Spades”, conductor Jüri Alperten
17.04 Tchaikovsky’s Ballet Gala in the Theatre Hall
17.04 Symphony Concert in the Estonia Concert Hall, conductor Nikolai Alexeev
18.04 Ballet “The Sleeping Beauty”, conductor Vello Pähn
18.04 Tchaikovsky’s Opera Gala, conductors Vello Pähn, Nikolai Alexeev, Jüri Alperten, Lauri Sirp, Kaspar Mänd
19.04 Tchaikovsky’s opera “The Queen of Spades”, conductor Jüri Alperten