The Estonian Sinfonietta in Greece
12 August 2017

The ESTONIAN SINFONIETTA is an ensemble that brings soloists together to perform in renown European concert halls such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Philharmonics of Cologne and St Petersburg, Flagey and Bozar of Brussels and at such festivals as the Ars Musica in Belgium, Festival Internazionale Pianistico di Brescia e Bergamo, Mittelfest and Festival Emilia Romagna in Italy, Iitti Music Festival in Finland and Musikfest Kreuth am Tegernsee in Germany. Performing together has taken the musicians to tours in Europe (Switzerland, Austria, Greece, Turkey), South-America (Brasil, Argentine, Chile, Uruguay, Peru), Middle East and also to many Estonian music festivals and concert series. The Sinfonietta forms a flexible ensemble which is able to interpret music from baroque era to contemporary compositions. The concert masters of the orchestra are Maano Männi and Arvo Leibur.

Concert programme

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart                  Serenade KV 525 Eine kleine Nachmusik 

Antonio Vivaldi                                      Flute Concerto in D major, Il Gardellino

Arvo Pärt                                              Summa

Astor Piazzolla                                     Summer from Four Seasons of Buenos Aires

Heino Eller                                            Homeland Tune

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach                  Flute Concerto in d-minor, Wq 22 

More info

Dates:12 August 2017

Time:21:00

Organised by:The Municipal Conservatory of Kavala

Venue:Imaret Hotel

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