Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir – St. John’s Church
Chamber Orchestra, Concerto Palatino, Salzburg Camerata, Les Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble, Stuttgardi Filharmoonia orkester, BBC Walesi orkester, Baseli kammerorkester, Philip Glass Ensemble, Põhja-Hollandi Sümfooniaorkester, Frankfurdi Raadio Sümfooniaorkester, Sarasota orkester, Los Angelese Filharmoonikud ning Eesti Riiklik Sümfooniaorkester ja Tallinna Kammerorkester.
The Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir (EPCC) is one of the best-known Estonian music ensembles in the world. The EPCC was founded in 1981 by Tõnu Kaljuste, who was the artistic director and chief conductor for twenty years. Afterwards Paul Hillier (2001–2007) and Daniel Reuss (2008–2013) took over. Since 2014 Kaspars Putniņš has been the artistic director and chief conductor of the choir.
The repertoire of the choir extends from Gregorian chant and baroque to the music of the 21st century, with a special focus on the work of Estonian composers, such as Arvo Pärt, Veljo Tormis, Erkki-Sven Tüür, Galina Grigoryeva, Toivo Tulev, Tõnu Kõrvits, Helena Tulve. Each season the choir gives about 60–70 concerts both in Estonia and abroad.
Conductor: Tõnu Kaljuste
Luciano Berio (1925–2003) – Cries of London for 8 voices (1974–1976)
I to Gisela and Frans von Rossum, II to Annie Neuburger, III to Andrew Rosner, IV to Christine Beroff, V to Carol Hall, VI to Helene Pousseur, Cry of Cries, to James Mallinson.
Einojuhani Rautavaara (1928–2016) – Lorca Suite for mixed choir Op. 72 (1973), Canci.n de jinete (The Rider), El Grito (The Scream), La luna asoma (The Moon), Malague.a.
Veljo Tormis (1930–2017) – Tower Bell In My Village concerto for mixed choir, reciter and bell (1978)
Arnold Sch.nberg (1874–1951) – Friede auf Erden Op. 13 for mixed choir a cappella (1907/11)
Orlando Gibbons (1583–1625) – The Cries of London – I, II