FRI 24th of October 2014 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall

LUKAS GENIUSHAS (piano, Lithuania),Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Andris Poga (Latvia)

Pyotr Tchaikovsky 
Piano Concerto no 2 G major op. 44 (1879–1880)
Sergei Rahmaninov 
“Symphonic Dances” op. 45 (1940)

SAT 25th of October 2014 at 15 Estonia Concert Hall
LAURI VÄINMAA (piano)
Jüri Aarma (text)


Robert Schumann  / Ferenc Liszt 
“Widmung” (from the song cycle “Myrthen” op. 25/1) S 566 (ca 1846–1848)
Robert Schumann  
1. “Von fremden Ländern und Menschen” / 2. “Kuriose Geschichte” / 3. “Hasche-Mann” / 4. “Bittendes Kind” /   5. “Glückes genug” / 6. “Wichtige Begebenheit” /  7. “Träumerei”
Fryderyk Chopin     Nocturne C sharp minor op. 27 nr 1 (1835)
Nocturne A flat major op. 32 nr 2 (1836–37)
Mari Vihmand  “Water Tree” (2014, premiere)
Ferenc Liszt  “Années de pèlerinage. Deuxième année: Italie” S 161 (1839–49)
“Sonnet by Petrarca no 104”
Robert Schumann From the cycle “Fantasiestücke” op. 12 (1837)
1. “Des Abends” / 2. “Aufschwung” / 3. “Warum?” / 5. “In der Nacht”
Ferenc Liszt   Nocturne no 3 from the cycle “Liebesträume” S 541 (1850)

SAT 25th of October 2014 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall

BENJAMIN GROSVENOR
(piano, Great Britain)


Jean Philippe Rameau   Gavotte and Variatins A minor (ca 1727)
Johann Sebastian Bach  / Ferruccio Busoni
Chaconne from the partita for solo violin no 2 D minor BWV 1004 (1720? / 1893)
César Franck   Prelude, choral and fugue (1884)
Fryderyk Chopin   Barcarolle F sharp major op. 60 (1845/46)
Mazurka op. 63 nr 2 F minor (1846), Mazurka op. 30 nr 4 C sharp Minor (1836/37)
Ballade nr 3 op. 47 A flat major (1841)
Enrique Granados   “Goyescas” (1911)
4. “Quejas, ó la maja y el ruiseñor” / 5. “El amor y la muerte” , “El pelele”
Mili Balakirev   “Islamey” (1869)

SUN 26th of October 2014 at 15 Estonia Concert Hall
Estonian Young Pianists Gala


Ferenc Liszt   
1. C major, Allegro con fuoco / 2. A minor, Allegro non molto
performed by ARGO JENTSON
3. F major, Allegro sempre legato / 4. D minor , Allegretto
performed by ANNA MARIA KAARMA
5. B flat major, Moderato / 6. G minor , Molto agitato
performed by LEA VIALIUNINA
7. E flat major, Allegretto con molto espressione
8. C minor, Allegro con spirito
performed by EVA LOTTA LEPP
9. A flat major, Allegro grazioso / 10. F minor , Moderato
performed by NAZAR ALTORV
11. D flat major, Allegro grazioso
12. B flat minor, Allegro non troppo
performed by MARIA MIKULICH
“Funérailles” S 173/7 from the cycle “Harmonies poétiques et religieuses”
performed by GEORG MIREK KING
Hungarian Rhapsody no 6 S 244/6
performed by JOONATAN JÜRGENSON
“Harmonies du Soir” S 139/11 from the cycle “Études d'exécution transcendante”
performed by STEN HEINOJA
“Wilde Jagd” S 139/8 from the cycle “Études d'exécution transcendante”
performed by JOHAN RANDVERE

SUN 26th of October 2014 at 19 Estonia Concert Hall
BERTRAND CHAMAYOU 

(piano, France)

Franz Schubert    12 Ländler D 790 (1823)
Franz Schubert / Ferenc Liszt
“Auf dem Wasser zu singen” D 774 / S 558/2 (1823 / 1838)
Franz Schubert    17 Ländler D 366 (1816–1824)
“Drei Klavierstücke” D 946 (1828), Allegretto C minor D 915 (26. aprill 1827)
Franz Schubert / Ferenc Liszt
“Litanei” (“Am Tage aller Seelen”) D 343/1 / S 562/1 (1816 / 1840)
“Der Müller und der Bach” D 795/19 / S 565/2 (1823 / 1846)
Franz Schubert
“Wandererfantasie” C major D 760 (1822)

MON 27th of October 2014 at 19 Estonia Concert Hall
DANIEL KRAMER
(piano, Russia)

Jazz and improvisation


TUE 28th of October 2014 at 16 Estonia Concert Hall
DENIS ZHDANOV
(piano, Ukraine)

Johann Sebastian Bach / Ferruccio Busoni
Choral prelude “Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme” BWV 645
Choral prelude “Nun freut euch, lieben Christen gmein” BWV 734 (u 1710 / 1898)
Johann Sebastian Bach / Wilhelm Kempff
Siciliano from the flute sonata no 2, BWV 1031 (1730–1734)
Sinfonia from the cantata “Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir” BWV 29
Franz Schubert / Ferenc Liszt
“Gretchen am Spinnrade” D 118 / S 558/8 (1814 / 1838)
“Auf dem Wasser zu singen” D 774 / S 558/2 (1823 / 1838)
“Ständchen” D 889 / S 558/9 (1828 / 1838)
“Erlkönig” D 328 / S 558/4 (1815 / 1837)
Manuel de Falla 
Fragments from the ballet “El amor brujo” G 69 (1915)
“Pantomima”/ “Canción del fuego fatuo”  / “Danza del terror”/
“El circulo mágico” (“Romance del pescador”)/ “Danza ritual del fuego”
Sergey Prokofiev 
10 pieces from the ballet “Romeo and Juliet” op. 75 (1937)
8. “Mercutio” / 9. “Dance of the Girls with Lilies” /
10. “Romeo ja Juliet before Parting”
Igor Stravinski / Guido Agosti
Fragments from the ballet “L’oiseau de feu” (1911)
“Danse infernale du roi Kastcheï” / “Berceuse” / “Finale”

TUE 28th of October 2014 at 19 Estonia Concert Hall
AGE JUURIKAS (piano)

Johann Sebastian Bach
“Aria variata alla maniera Italiana” BWV 989 (before 1714)
Johann Sebastian Bach / Sergey Rachmaninov 
Transcription from the partita E major BWV 1006 for solo violin (ca 1720 / 1933) : Prelude / Gavotte / Gigue
Sergei Rahmaninov  
Variations on a Theme by Corelli op. 42 (1931)
Federico Mompou   “Paisajes” (1942–1960)
Isaac Albéniz    “La vega” (1897)
Mili Balakirev    “Islamey” (1869)

WED 29th of October 2014 at 16 Estonia Concert Hall
Alexander Sandler's piano class (St Petersburg)
ALEXANDER BOLOTIN, ILJA DOMNINS, RUSTAM ZEJNALOV

Johann Sebastian Bach   Toccata E minor BWV 914 (before 1714)
Aleksandr Skriabin   “2 poems” op. 32 (1903)
Performed by ALEXANDER BOLOTIN
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart   Romance A flat major
Fryderyk Chopin   Preludes op. 28, nos 1–12 (1839)
Performed by ILJA DOMNIN
Fryderyk Chopin    Scherzo B minor op. 20
Ferenc Liszt   “Années de pèlerinage. Deuxième année: Italie” S. 161:
“Après une lecture du Dante: Fantasia quasi sonata” (1849)
Performed by RUSTAM ZEYNALOV

WED 29th of October 2014 at 19 Estonia Concert Hall
JEAN-EFFLAM BAVOUZET (piano, France)

Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata nr 22 F major op. 54 (1804)
Sonata nr 23 F minor op. 57 “Appassionata” (1805)
Maurice Ravel   “Miroirs” (1904–1905)
Bela Bartók   Sonata BB 88 (Sz. 80) (1926)

THU 30th of October 2014 at 16 Estonia Concert Hall
A sensual Master of Fantasy – Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach 300
LEMBIT ORGSE
(harpsichord, clavichord, fortepiano, Estonia)


Johann Sebastian Bach    Fantasy C minor BWV 906 (1737)
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach   Fantasy C major Wq 61/6 (from the collection
“Für Kenner und Liebhaber”, 1785–1786)
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach    Fantasy D minor Falck 18 (1770?)
Polonaise F minor Falck 12, nr 10
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach   Fantasy F major Wq 59/5 (from the collection “Für Kenner und Liebhaber”), 
“12 Variations über die Folie d'Espagne” Wq 118/9 (1778)
Joseph Haydn   Sonata E major Hob XVI/13 (before 1766)
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach   Fantasy C minor “Hamlet” (1753)
Joseph Haydn   Fantasy C major Hob XVII/4 (1789)

THU 30th of October at 19 Estonia Concert Hall
JOSEPH MOOG
(piano, Germany)


Ludwig van Beethoven   Sonata no 8 op. 13 C minor “Pathetique” (1798)
Ferenc Liszt   “Valse impromptu” S 213 (u 1850)
“Valse melancolique” S 210 (1839),  Ballade no 2 B minor S 171 (1853)
Sergey Rakhmaninov   “Études-tableaux”
op. 33 no 3 C minor Grave, op. 39 no 6 A minor Allegro
op. 33 no 8 G minor Moderato, op. 39 no 1 C minor Allegro agitato
Gabriel Fauré    Theme with Variations op. 73 C sharp minor (1895)
Anton Rubinstein / Joseph Moog
“Fantaisie sur les mélodies hongroises” (1858 / 2010s)

FRI 31st of October 2014 at 19 Estonia Concert Hall
Piano duo
GREG ANDERSON & ELIZABETH JOY ROE (USA)


Johannes Brahms Variations on a Theme by Haydn op. 56b for 2 pianos (1873)
Igor Stravinsky “Le sacre du printemps” (1912): Part I “L'Adoration de la terre ”
Heitor Villa-Lobos / Anderson & Roe
Aria from the suite “Bachianas brasileiras” no 5 (1938–1945)
Astor Piazzolla  / Anderson & Roe    “Libertango” (1974)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  / Anderson & Roe
“Papageno!” – fantasy from the arias from the opera “Magic Flute” KV 620
“Soave sia il vento” from the opera“Così fan tutte” KV 588
“Ragtime alla Turca” (after Rondo alla Turca KV 331)
Sergei Rahmaninov  / Anderson & Roe   “Vocalise” op. 34 no 14
Georges Bizet / Anderson & Roe   “Carmen Fantasy” for 2 pianos

SAT 1st of November 2014 at 19 Estonia Concert Hall
SUN 2nd of November 2014 16 Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu
PAUL LEWIS
(piano, United Kingdom)
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Olari Elts

Johannes Brahms   Piano concerto no 1 in D-minor (1858)
Johannes Brahms / Robin Holloway
Symphony in F-minor (arrangement of the piano quintet F-minor op. 34 by Johannes Brahms (1861–1864 / 2008)