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PROGRAM

The program of the Nargenfestival will be made public and tickets are on sale from May 2016 in Piletilevi ticket outlets and one hour before the performance on site.

11.06

Haapsalu Dome Church (Haapsalu toomkirik), 6 pm

CYRILLUS KREEK DAYS 2020 IN HAAPSALU: David's Songs

Chamber Choir Head Ööd, Vend (Goodnight, Brother) Nargenfestival orchestra Conductor Pärt Uusberg  Cyrillus Kreek (1889–1962) David's Song No 22 David's Song No 84 David's Song No 104 David's Song No 141 Blessed is the Man David's Song No 121 David's Song No 137    Pärt Uusberg (1986) Song of Praise Texts Ernst Enno and Old Testament 1. Praise the Lord! / Spring 2. High up is the lark, clouds and you ... 3. Loe edasi...
12.06

Kuressaare, Laurentius Church (Laurentiuse kirik), 6 pm

CYRILLUS KREEK DAYS 2020 ON SAAREMAA: Kreek and Orthodox II

Cyrillus Kreek and Orthodox II Morning service and liturgy From Cyrillus Kreek's collection of orthodox songs Ensemble Heinavanker Musical Director Margo Kõlar In 1938–1942 Cyrillus Kreek assembled, systematized and adapted for the Estonian the treasury of orthodox songs. The densely concentrated material contains 351 pages of numerous variants of evening and morning service songs and liturgy. It includes the music from ancient Greek and Kiev tunes to the works of Tchaikovsky and great composers of Russian orthodox as well as compositions and arrangements by Cyrillus Kreek himself. Loe edasi...
13.06

Kuressaare Laurentius Church (Laurentiuse kirik), 6 pm

CYRILLUS KREEK DAYS 2020 ON SAAREMAA: David's Songs

Chamber Choir Head Ööd, Vend (Goodnight, Brother) Nargenfestival orchestra Conductor Pärt Uusberg  Cyrillus Kreek (1889–1962) David's Song No 22 David's Song No 84 David's Song No 104 David's Song No 141 Blessed is the Man David's Song No 121 David's Song No 137    Pärt Uusberg (1986) Song of Praise Texts Ernst Enno and Old Testament 1. Praise the Lord! / Spring 2. High up is the lark, clouds and you ... 3. Loe edasi...
14.06

Haapsalu Dome Church (Haapsalu toomkirik), 6 pm

CYRILLUS KREEK DAYS 2020 IN HAAPSALU: Cyrillus Kreek and Orthodox II

Cyrillus Kreek and Orthodox II Morning service and liturgy From Cyrillus Kreek's collection of orthodox songs Ensemble Heinavanker Musical Director Margo Kõlar In 1938–1942 Cyrillus Kreek assembled, systematized and adapted for the Estonian the treasury of orthodox songs. The densely concentrated material contains 351 pages of numerous variants of evening and morning service songs and liturgy. It includes the music from ancient Greek and Kiev tunes to the works of Tchaikovsky and great composers of Russian orthodox as well as compositions and arrangements by Cyrillus Kreek himself. Loe edasi...
14.06

Kärdla, John the Baptist Church (Ristija Johannese kirik), 4 pm

CYRILLUS KREEK DAYS 2020 ON HIIUMAA ISLAND: David's Songs

Chamber Choir Head Ööd, Vend (Goodnight, Brother) Nargenfestival orchestra Conductor Pärt Uusberg  Cyrillus Kreek (1889–1962) David's Song No 22 David's Song No 84 David's Song No 104 David's Song No 141 Blessed is the Man David's Song No 121 David's Song No 137  Pärt Uusberg (1986) Song of Praise Texts Ernst Enno and Old Testament 1. Praise the Lord! / Spring 2. High up is the lark, clouds and you ... 3. I thank you, Lord, from the bottom of my heart 4. Loe edasi...
06.08

Concert Hall and Theatre House of Estonian Academy of Theatre and Music (EMTA), 7 pm

ESTONIAN BALLADS

Nargenfestival celebrates the 90th anniversary of the outstanding Estonian composer Veljo Tormis in Tallinn and Tartu by the performance of the landmark work of Estonian music culture – Estonian Ballads – created 40 years ago. The work composed in 1980 and reaching its audience in Estonian Opera House as the cantata ballet production staged by Mai Murdmaa was considered by the composer himself the summary of his life-long work. Tõnu Kaljuste brings this two-part music piece based on Estonian folklore and songs to the concert stage, the creation conducted by him every decade since its premiere in 1980. Loe edasi...
07.08

Concert Hall and Theatre House of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EMTA), 7 pm

ESTONIAN BALLADS

Nargenfestival celebrates the 90th anniversary of the outstanding Estonian composer Veljo Tormis in Tallinn and Tartu by the performance of the landmark work of Estonian music culture – Estonian Ballads – created 40 years ago. The work composed in 1980 and reaching its audience in Estonian Opera House as the cantata ballet production staged by Mai Murdmaa was considered by the composer himself the summary of his life-long work. Tõnu Kaljuste brings this two-part music piece based on Estonian folklore and songs to the concert stage, the creation conducted by him every decade since its premiere in 1980. Loe edasi...
08.08

Estonian National Museum, 6 pm

ESTONIAN BALLADS

Nargenfestival celebrates the 90thanniversary of the outstanding Estonian composer Veljo Tormis in Tallinn and Tartu by the performance of the landmark work of Estonian music culture – Estonian Ballads – created 40 years ago. The work composed in 1980 and reaching its audience in Estonian Opera House as the cantata ballet production staged by Mai Murdmaa was considered by the composer himself the summary of his life-long work. Tõnu Kaljuste brings this two-part music piece based on Estonian folklore and songs to the concert stage, the creation conducted by him every decade since its premiere in 1980. Loe edasi...