The Estonian National Opera Chamber Hall is designed as a cozy cafe. We offer a possibility to preorder snacks and drinks. The cafe is open one hour before the concert.
CHAMBER MUSIC FROM VIENNA
Chamber concert in the Chamber Hall of the Estonian National Opera on October 9, 2018 at 19.00
Heli Veskus (soprano), Maria Goršenina (violin), Madis Järvi (viola), Ingely Laiv (oboe), Mart Laas (cello), Jaanika Rand-Sirp (piano)
Music by Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Schubert, Gustav Mahler, Alban Berg, Fritz Kreisler and Arnold Schönberg will be performed.
Chamber concert in the Chamber Hall of the Estonian National Opera on December 7, 2018 at 19.00
Kristel Pärtna (soprano), Edmunds Altmanis (clarinet), Csaba Zoltan Marjan (marimba), Tarmo Eespere (piano)
Music by Franz Schubert, Gioachino Rossini, Adolphe Adam, Jules Massenet, Olav Ehala, René Eespere and others will be performed.
ESTONIAN MUSIC IN THE “ESTONIA” THEATRE
Chamber concert in the Chamber Hall of the Estonian National Opera on February 18, 2019 at 19.00
Heigo Rosin (percussions), Johan Randvere (piano), Janne Shevtshenko (soprano), Marius Järvi (cello), Jonathan Henderson (flute), Tarmo Eespere (piano) will perform music by Eduard Tubin, Raimo Kangro, Erkki-Sven Tüür, Tõnu Kõrvits, René Eespere, Eino Tamberg, Olav Ehala.
“Estonia” Theatre has cooperated with Estonian composers since its beginning and brought on stage many remarkable original works. The first opera, Evald Aav’s “Estonian Vikings” (Vikerlased) reached the stage in 1928 and the first Estonian ballet “The Goblin” (Kratt) was performed here in 1944. The theatre has been a continuous source of inspiration for various composers, therefore we have chosen to perform pieces by composers who have had close ties with us.
WOMEN’S DAY CONCERT OF THE ESTONIAN NATIONAL OPERA – SPRING IN MY HEART
Chamber concert in the Chamber Hall of the Estonian National Opera on March 8, 2019 at 19.00
Conductor: Hirvo Surva
Leader of the quintet: Riivo Jõgi
Piano: Andres Lemba
The Youth Choir of the Estonian National Opera Boys’ Choir and the Youth Quintet of the Estonian National Opera Boys’ Choir.