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Take a look at how an artist prepares for the role of the King for Hindemith's opera Cardillac. The very last performance on stage February 25! The opera tells the story of a series of murders tied to the jeweler Cardillac's creations. Use this chance to see an exciting and rarely performed piece!

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The very last performance of Hindemith's opera Cardillac on stage February 25! The opera tells the story of a series of murders tied to the jeweler Cardillac's creations. Use this chance to see an exciting and rarely performed piece!

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The very last performance of Hindemith's opera Cardillac on stage February 25! The opera tells the story of a series of murders tied to the jeweler Cardillac's creations. Use this chance to see an exciting and rarely performed piece!

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Today we were in Stockholm meeting young artists who are casting for West Side Story. Best of them will be on stage in 2019 when the musical premieres at Estonian National Opera.

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Today we were in Stockholm meeting young artists who are casting for West Side Story. Best of them will be on stage in 2019 when the musical premieres at Estonian National Opera.

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We spent our day in Stockholm where stage director Georg Malvius, conductor Kaspar Mänd and choreographer Adrienne Åbjörn met young artists who are casting for West Side Story. Fingers crossed for you all! 🤞

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Take a look into our orchestra pit! 👀 With it’s beautiful sound and elegant shape, harp is one of the oldest intstruments in the world. Our harpist Eda Peäske has played in the orchestra for 37 seasons! 😮Her favorite piece is Wagner’s Tannhäuser.

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Take a look into our orchestra pit! 👀 With it’s beautiful sound and elegant shape, harp is one of the oldest intstruments in the world. Our harpist Eda Peäske has played in the orchestra for 37 seasons! 😮Her favorite piece is Wagner’s Tannhäuser.

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Take a look into our orchestra pit! 👀 With it’s beautiful sound and elegant shape, harp is one of the oldest intstruments in the world. Our harpist Eda Peäske has played in the orchestra for 37 seasons! 😮Her favorite piece is Wagner’s Tannhäuser.

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