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Filmimuusika gala

We 09/09/2020 19:00 - Su 13/09/2020 20:50
20.90 - 51.80
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Film music gala
 
9.09.2020 at 7 pm Pärnu Concert Hall
11.09 at 7 pm Jõhvi Concert Hall
12.09 at 7 pm Vanemuise Concert Hall
13.09 at 7 pm Alexela Concert Hall
 
Soloists: Uku Suviste, Sofia Rubina, Pekka Kurki (Finland), German Gholami (Spain)
Andrus Rannaäär & Mihhail Nikitin Quartet
ÜENSO Orchestra
Conductor Jüri-Ruut Kangur
 
The program includes vocal and instrumentaal master pieces from well-known films: The Bodyguard, Armageddon, James Bond, Robin Hood, Titanic, Star Were Born, Modigliani, Singing in the Rain and many others. Those hits were recorded Powerful by superstars Whitney Houston, Elton John, Bryan Adams, Aerosmith, Lady Gaga, Sting and others.
 
Pekka Kurki is a Finnish singer who feels at ease with various music genres, although his specialties are jazz and improvisation. His role models are Ella Fitzgerald, Stevie Wonder and Sting, and one can even recognize them in his smooth and expressive voice. Pekka’s successful debut in Estonia was in 2008 starring along Hanna-Liina Võsa in the glorious world premiere of H. Sarmanto’s jazz opera “Manon”. His notable performances include H. Sarmanto’s oratorio “John The Baptist”, collaboration with The Great Helsinki Swing Big Band and his own bands En Route and PK’s Machine no.3!.
 
Uku Suviste is highly recognized singer, songwriter and producer. He has studied in Estonia and at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA. In addition to numerous television appearances, concerts and tours, Uku Suviste has performed on stage in several musicals, including in "Oliver Twist", "Chicago", "West Side Story", and in "Grease". Since 2011, Uku Suviste is the youth patron of UNICEF Estonia. Hi will represent Estonia on the Eurovision song contest 2020.
 
Sofia Rubina-Hunter is a well-known Estonian jazz and soul singer. She has performed in many jazz festivals around Europe and has participated in several jazz competitions. 2009 she studied in the USA at Berklee College of Music and was accepted to Berklee Global Jazz Institute program. In this program Sofia Rubina-Hunter was giving an opportunity to perform all over the world as well as historic jazz clubs such as Blue Note in NYC.
 
Germán Gholami was born in Madrid, Spain. His career as a classical tenor started at the Theatre Vanemuine in 2012. He has performed in Europe, the USA and Asia, has performed in leading roles in several operas, including Verdi  „Rigoletto“ (Scotland) and „Traviata“ (Israel), Puccini „Tosca“ (South Korea), Bizet „Carmen“ (USA), Händeli „Herakles“ (France).  Germán Gholami won the first prize at the “Robert Burns song competition” (2017, Estonia), was a finalist in the tenor competition in Poland and Israel in 2018.
 
Jüri-Ruut Kangur is a founder and conductor of the Estonian National Youth Symphony Orchestra (ÜENSO). He has participated with different orchestras at several festivals in Europe and Republic of South Africa. Jüri-Ruut Kangur is founder member of Association of Estonian Choral Conductors, since 2007 he belongs to European Association of Youth Orchestras and since 2019 acts as the president of the European Orchestra Federation. ÜENSO orchestra has given more than 350 concerts, has cooperated with Estonian top soloists, and has participated in international co-productions. 
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