Baltic & Estonian Music Days onlinePosted on March 26, 2021
Links to stream the concerts with Justina’s music: ENMT & Trio HETK. Estonian Music Days (22.04–18.05.2021) features 2 Justina’s compositions: Incantare (2018) for flute & tape will be played by Tarmo Johannes (new version for bass flute and male flutist!) and Acupuncture (2014) for ensemble by Ensemble for New Music Tallinn.
Arash Yazdani (*1985) – Aphorism (2014, Estonian premiere)
Santa Bušs (*1981) – Ich kann dich noch sehen… (2020)
Elo Masing (*1984) – new composition (2021, premiere)
Ülo Krigul (*1978)– The Wolf Queen solo clarinet piece for young musicians
Justina Repečkaitė (*1989) – Acupuncture (2014, Estonian premiere)
Ülo Krigul – streeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetch (2021, premiere)
Founded in 2012, Ensemble for New Music Tallinn is a collective with a non-permanent membership. The ensemble strives to offer its audiences the very best of contemporary music, provide contemporary composers an opportunity to be heard, and enrich the local and international cultural scene with their meticulously chosen programs and approach. The artistic director of the ensemble is composer and conductor Arash Yazdani.
postponed to Tuesday May 18 at 19:00
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Justina Repečkaitė (*1989) – Incantare for flute and tape (2018)
Tatjana Kozlova-Johannes (*1977) – To Sing a Song Before the Night Comes for flute, bass clarinet and piano (2020, premiere)
Santa Bušs (*1981) – Rosemary – for solo bass clarinet (2010)
Jonathan Harvey (1939–2012) – The Riot for flute, bass clarinet and piano (1993)
HETK Trio (hetk – moment, instant in Estonian) is inspired by and pays tribute to the world-famous Het Trio (Harrie Starreveld – flute, Harry Sparnaay – bass clarinet, René Eckhardt – piano) that was active in 1982–2006, performed all over the world and premièred over 180 new pieces. Fie Schouten (bass clarinet) and Tarmo Johannes (flute) studied respectively with Harry Sparnaay and Harrie Starreveld. HETK Trio tries partly to pass on the best pieces of their vast heritage but it is also interested in finding and commissioning new pieces to extend the repertoire of the peculiar trio.