Sat, Oct 23, 2010 at 18
Estonia Concert Hall
Opening of the exhibition CHOPIN IN PARIS

Compiled by
Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger (Switzerland)
Thierry Maniguet and  Cécile Reynaud (France) 
Sat, Oct 23, 2010 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
VANESSA WAGNER
(piano, France)

Franz Schubert   Sonata A-major, op. 120 D664 (1819)
Four Impromptus, op. 90 D899 (1827)
Fryderyk Chopin   Three Waltzes, op. 64 (1847) , Four Mazurkas, op. posth 67
Fantaisie-Impromptu C-sharp minor, op. posth 66 (u 1834)
Andante spianato and Grande polonaise E-flat major, op. 22 (1830–35) 
Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 15 Estonia Concert Hall
CHOPIN GALA

Fryderyk Chopin
Ballade no 1 G minor, op. 23 (u 1835)   Performed by JOHAN-EERIK KÕLAR
Impromptu no A-flat major, op. 29 (ab 1837)  Performed by ALGIS PAULJUKAITIS
Polonaise C-minor, op. 40 nr 2 (1839)   Performed by JOOSEP TEPPO  
Fantaisie-Impromptu in C-sharp minor,op. posth 66 (ab 1834)
Performed by RASMUS ANDREAS RAIDE    
Mazurka G-minor, op. 24 no 1 (1833), Mazurka F-major, op. 68 no 3 (u 1830)    
Performed by ELIZA AGAJEVA  

Polonaise A-flat major, op. 53 (1843)    Performed by KARL PETERSON  
Valse brillante A-flat major, op. 34 no 1 (1835)    
Performed by SIGRID VARDJA  
Nocturne D-flat major, op. 27 no 2 (1835),  Etude G-sharp minor, op. 25 no 6 (1835–1837)   Performed by GRETE JÄDAL    
Etude A-minor, op. 25 no 11 (1835–1837)    Performed by LEO DUBOVSKI  
Prelude D-flat major, op. 28 no 15 (1839)   Performed by JOONAS MATTIAS SARAPUU
Barcarolle F-sharp major, op. 60 (1846)    Performed by ELLE-RIIN VOLMER  
Ballad no 4 F minor, op. 52 (1843)  Performed by HOLGER MARJAMAA
Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall

YEVGENY SUDBIN

(piano, Russia)
Domenico Scarlatti      
Sonata F minor, K 466 (L 118): Andante moderato
Sonata G Major, K 455 (L 209): Allegro
Franz Liszt “Années de pèlerinage, deuxième année: Italie” (1838–1861)
Sonnets of Petrarch no 47; 104; 123
Maurice Ravel   “Gaspard de la Nuit” (1908)
Dmitri Shostakovitch   24 preludes, op. 34 (1932–1933):
no 2 A minor: Allegretto ;  no 6 B minor: Allegretto 
no 17 A-flat major Largo; no 24 D minor: Allegretto
Sergey Rakhmaninov   
10 preludes, op. 23 (1903):  no 5 G minor: Alla marcia (1901)
13 preludes, op. 32 (1910):  n0 5 G major: Moderato/
no F-minor: Allegro appassionato/ nr 12 gis-moll: Allegro
Alexander Scriabin    10 mazurkas, op. 3 (1888/90):
no 3 G-minor: Allegretto / no 4 E-major: Moderato
Piano sonata no 9 F-major, op. 68 (1913)

Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 18
Estonia Concert Hall
Introducing historical pianos

Master of historical keyboard instruments Paul McNulty
and pianist Viviana Sofronitsky

Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
TAAVI KERIKMÄE

(live-electonics, piano) Tammo Sumera (electronics)
Original works, improvisations
Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 16
Estonia Concert Hall
VIVIANA SOFRONITSKY
(piano, Russia)
On the copies of historic instruments by
master Paul McNulty:
Johann Andreas Stein ab 1788
Anton Walter an 1792
Conrad Graf ab 1819
Ignaz Pleyel 1830 
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach  
Sonata W.65 no 17 G-minor (1746)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  
Fantasy C-minor KV 475 (1785)
Ludwig van Beethoven  
Sonata “Quasi una Fantasia” C-sharp minor, op. 27 no 2 (1801)
Franz Schubert  
Impromptu, op. posth 142 no 3 B-flat major (1827)
Felix Mendelssohn  
Rondo capriccioso E major op. 14 (1830)
Fryderyk Chopin  
Polonaise C-sharp minor, op. 26 (1835) 
Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
Piano duo

ADAM MAKOWICZ – KRYSZTOF TRZASKOWSKI (Poland)
Fryderyk Chopin    24 preludes, op. 28 (1838–1839):
no 24 D-minor: Allegro appassionato no 15 D-flat major: Sostenuto no 2 A minor: Lento   / no 7 A-duur: Andantino
Fantaisie-impromptu C-sharp minor, op. posth 66 (ab 1834)
Adam Makowicz    “Latin 2” for two pianos
Fryderyk Chopin   Nocturne, op. 48 no 1 C-minor (1841)
24 preludes, op. 28: no 3 G major: Vivace / no 4 E minor: Largo
Ballade F minor, op. 52 (1842–3)
Mazurka, op. 17 no 4 A-minor (1833), arr. for two pianos

Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall

PIANO ORCHESTRA
Kai Ratassepp – Mati Mikalai
Piret Väinmaa – Lauri Väinmaa
Piret Habak– Reet Kopvillem-Ruubel
Nata-Ly Sakkos – Toivo Peäske

Also:
Ain Varts (guitars)
Hele-Riin Uib (drums)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  / Ferruccio Busoni
Overture to an opera “ The Magic Flute”, arr. for two pianos (1923) Performed by NATA-LY SAKKOS - TOIVO PEÄSKE

Ignaz Moscheles    
“Les contrastes”. Grand duo, op. 115 (1820)
Performed by REET KOPVILLEM-RUUBEL - PIRET HABAK/  
PIRET VÄINMAA - LAURI VÄINMAA 
Carl Czerny    Quatour concertant” nr 2, op. 816 (?)
Performed by NATA-LY SAKKOS -TOIVO PEÄSKE / KAI RATASSEPP- MATI MIKALAI
Ülo Krigul   “Aquaspherics” (2010, premiere)
Performed by PIANO ORCHESTRA , visuals: Mart Taniel / Ülo Krigul
Peeter Vähi “Pianisti nädal internetis”, süite for 4 pianos (16 hands), percussions and electric guitar (2010, premiere)
Performed by PIANO ORCHESTRA , Ain Varts (guitar), Hele-Riin Uib (drums)
Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
TOOMAS VANA

(piano, Estonia /Germany
Ludwig van Beethoven   Sonata G major, op. 31 no 1 (1802)
Robert Schumann   “Nachtstücke” op. 23 (1839)
Allegro B minor, op. 8 (1831)
Claude Debussy   “Pour le Piano” (1894–1901)
Ferenc Liszt  “Benediction de Dieu dans la solitude”
from the cycle “Harmonies poétiques et religieuses ” (1848–1853)
Alberto Ginastera    Sonata no 1, op. 22 (1952)

Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
BERND GLEMSER
(piano, Germany)
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor
Anna-Maria Helsing (Finland)

Ferenc Liszt
“Totentanz” , paraphrase on the theme of “Dies irae” for piano and orchestra (1847–?1862)
Sergey Rakhmaninov
“Rhapsody on the theme of Paganini ”, op. 43 (1934)
Modest Mussorgsky   “Pictures at an Echibition (1874), orch. Maurice Ravel


Sat, Oct 30, 2010 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
KEVIN KENNER

(piano, Poland / USA)


Fryderyk Chopin
Waltze E major KK IV a/12 (ab 1829)
Mazurka C major, op. 68 no 1 (ab 1830)
Mazurka A minor, 1. versioon from op.7 no 2 (1829)
Scherzo no 1 B minor, op. 20 (1833)
Polonaise G-flat major „Les adieux de Varsovie“ B. 36 (1829)
Mazurka C-sharp minor, op. 6 no 2 (1830)
Nocturne C-sharp minor KK IV a/16 (1830)
Scherzo no 2 B-flat minor, op. 31 (1837)
Polonaise F minor, op. 71 no 3 (1828)
Waltze D-flat major, op. 70 nr 3 (1829)
Mazurka F-sharp minor, op. 6 nr 1 (1830)
Scherzo no 3 C-sharp minor, op. 39 (1839)
Souvenir de Paganini A major B.37 (1829)
Mazurka D major KK IV a/7 (1829)
Waltze, op. 69 no 2 B minor (1829)
Scherzo no 4 E major, op. 54 (1843)


Sun, Oct 31, 2010 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
ELISO VIRSALADZE

(piano, Georgia)

Robert Schumann   Arabesque C major, op. 18 (1839)
“Kreisleriana”, op. 16 (1838) ,  “Drei Fantasiestücke”,  op. 111 (1851)
Fantasy C major, op. 17 (1836–1838)