Haapsalu Early Music festival Haapsalu Early Music festival Founded in 1994 in the resort town Haapsalu, the Early Music Festival is considered as one of the most prestigious ones in its genre in Estonia and therefore has caught the professional attention of many outstanding foreign musicians. The goal of the festival high level performances is to bring both the musicians and the audience closer to the magic of early music masterpieces. The festival has collaborated with guest performers like Emma Kirkby, Wieland Kuijken, Paul Hillier, Collegium Vocale Gent, Fretwork and Il Gardellino among many others. The artistic director of the festival is Toomas Siitan. Camerata Øresund (Denmark/Sweden) Peter Spissky (violin) Tuuri Dede (mezzo-soprano) Händel, Vivaldi Haapsalu Early Music festival
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Haapsalu Early Music festival

25.-28. July 2019

Founded in 1994 in the resort town Haapsalu, the Early Music Festival is considered as one of the most prestigious ones in its genre in Estonia and therefore has caught the professional attention of many outstanding foreign musicians. The goal of the festival high level performances is to bring both the musicians and the audience closer to the magic of early music masterpieces. The festival has collaborated with guest performers like Emma Kirkby, Wieland Kuijken, Paul Hillier, Collegium Vocale Gent, Fretwork and Il Gardellino among many others.
The artistic director of the festival is Toomas Siitan.

Haapsalu Early Music festival

Organised by Studio Vocale
Web: www.studiovocale.ee

PROGRAM 2019:

 

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Dome Church

8 p. m.

Bach cantatas

Ensemble Studio Vocale

Haapsalu Festival Baroque Orchestra

Conductor Toomas Siitan

 

Friday, July 26, 2019

St. John’s Church

6 p. m.

Ensemble Floridante

Maria Listra (soprano)

Marta Paklar (soprano)

Villu Vihermäe (viola da gamba)

Saale Fischer (harpsichord)

“Venite, venite!” - duets of Italian seicento

 

Friday, July 26, 2019

Dome Church

8 p. m.

graindelavoix

Björn Schmelzer (artistic director, Belgium)

Carlo Gesualdo “Tenebrae Responsoria”

 

Saturday, July 27, 2019

St. John’s Church

6 p. m.

Anna-Liisa Eller

(Estonian kannel)

Byrd, Dowland, Rameau, Couperin, Weiss

 

Saturday, July 27, 2019

St. John’s Church

8 p. m.

Aberdene 1662

Maria Valdmaa (soprano)

Mikko Perkola (viola da gamba, Finland)

Songs from Scotland and England

 

 Sunday, July 28, 2019

St. John’s Church

6 p. m.

Sirkka-Liisa Kaakinen-Pilch (violin/viola d’amore, Finland)

J. S. Bach, J. P. von Westhoff

 

Sunday, July 28, 2019

8 p. m.

Camerata Øresund

(Denmark/Sweden)

Peter Spissky (violin)

Tuuri Dede (mezzo-soprano)

Händel, Vivaldi

August 2019
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Haapsalu Early Music festival

Haapsalu Early Music festival

Organised by Studio Vocale Web: www studiovocale Founded in 1994 in the resort town Haapsalu, the Early Music Festival is considered as one of the most prestigious ones in its genre in Estonia and therefore has caught the professional attention of many outstanding foreign musicians. The goal of the festival high level performances is to bring both the musicians and the audience closer to the magic of early music masterpieces. The festival has collaborated with guest performers like Emma Kirkby, Wieland Kuijken, Paul Hillier, Collegium Vocale Gent, Fretwork and Il Gardellino among many others.The artistic director of the festival is Toomas Siitan.

Haapsalu Early Music festival

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