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Концерт состоялся 31 October 2018 года

Music of the World's Cathedrals

The Colourful World

The concert featured:

Organist at the Evangelical Lutheran Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin in Tallinn
Kadri Ploompuu (Estonia)

Programme: S. Scheidt, H. Scheidemann, J. S. Bach, M. Zariņš, N. Hakim and others

Kadri Ploompuu is an organist from Estonia. Like Bach, she belongs to the Lutheran tradition, so it will be especially interesting to listen to her interpretation of Bach’s masterpieces. Her programme also features predecessors of the great composer.

The second part of the recital is a spectacular collection of pieces of contemporary organ music: the best Estonian authors and a most interesting French-Lebanese composer Naji Hakim.

Organist at the Evangelical Lutheran Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin in Tallinn
Kadri Ploompuu (Estonia)

Kadri Ploompuu graduated from the Tallinn Georg Ots Music High School in 1979 as a pianist and organist and in 1985 from the Tallinn State Conservatoire, where she studied piano and organ with professors Lilian Semper and Hugo Lepnurm. She has worked as a concertmaster and organ teacher at the Tallinn Georg Ots Music High School, an organ teacher at the EELC Church Music School, an organ teacher and Head of the Department of Church Music at the EELC Institute of Theology. Kadri Ploompuu has been working as an organist at the Tallinn Cathedral since 1990. In addition, in 2013 she started to work as music manager. Kadri Ploompuu has regularly given solo concerts in Estonia and elsewhere since 1985. She also cooperates with a number of singers, instrumentalists and choirs as well as participates in chamber ensembles. She has participated in the Tallinn and Pärnu Organ Festivals and the Visby Organ Week. In 2004 Kadri Ploompuu’s solo CD on the organ of the Tallinn Cathedral was published; in 2013 – a CD “Strings of the Soul” by the trio “Armonia” (with Oksana Sinkova, flute, and Alina Sakalouskaya, mandolin); in 2014 a CD “Tallinn Cathedral organ. 100 Years of Ladegast-Sauer organ” (together with organist Piret Aidulo).

S. Scheidt

Echo ad manuale duplex, forte et lene

 

H. Scheidemann

Alleluia, laudem dicite Deo nostro

 

J. S. Bach

Chorale prelude Vater unser im Himmelreich, BWV 682

Chorale prelude Wir glauben all’ an einen Gott, BWV 680

 

M. Zariņš

Variations On The Name B-A-C-H (1969)

 

T. Kõrvits

Hymn To The Blue Sky (2014)

 

E.-S. Tüür

Spectrum I (1989)

 

N. Hakim

I Love The Colourful World (2008)

Who is the recital meant for?

For those who are interested in contemporary art and for those who want to get acquainted with the culture of Estonia. The programme’s various colours allow every concertgoer to find something interesting for himself. And certainly the eternal Bach is included in the programme!

Why should we attend this recital?

Listen to the colours of the world — from old Baroque music to Post-modernism and even Meta-modernism — in the contemporary organ music!

We listened to: Kuhn Organ

Tags: Around Bach, Contemporary music, Estonia, Genuine organ as it should be, Get a celebrity autograph