Pühalepa Music Festival

August 2-4, 2019

2-4 August 2019 the 8thPühalepa Music Festival takes place on the island Hiiumaa in Estonia. In generally the goal Pühalepa-2019of the festival is to present early music and contemporary composer´s works, including Estonian composer Erkki-Sven Tüür, who was born and lives on Hiiumaa. The main concert venue is the Pühalepa Church in Suuremõisa, Hiiumaa that is situated 6 km from the port of Heltermaa.

2019 we have dedicated our festival to Erkki-Sven Tüür´s 60thbirthday that actually takes place in October, but we start with the celebrations already in August. All the concerts have Erkki-Sven Tüür’s music in the program and show the different sides of the composer: music for orchestra, choral music and chamber music.

Friday, 2 August
17.45 Opening ceremony
18.00 Opening concert: Young Tüür
Tallinna Chamber Orchestra and conductor Tõnu Kaljuste

Saturday, 3 August
15.00 Klassikatähed and Tüür.
Winners of the Estonian TV competition/program “Klassikatähed” (Classical Stars)

Sunday, 4 August
13.00 Erkki-Sven Tüür 60, Tõnu Kõrvits 50 and Rascher Saxophone Quartet 50
Program: Erkki-Sven Tüür “Meditatio” and Tõnu Kõrvits “Hymns from the Western Coast”
Collegium Musicale Chamber Choir (www.collegiummusicale.ee) and Rascher Saxophone Quartet.
Conductor Endrik Üksvärav

Tickets from Piletilevi.ee and before the concert by the Pühalepa church.
During the festival we have the festival cafe “Gustav” opened by the Pühalepa church.

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More information about Estonian composer Erkki-Sven Tüür you can find here

The organizers of the festival are NGO Kerema Cmaber of Culture and NGO Collegium Musicale. Artistic director of the Pühalepa Music Festival is conductor and singer Endrik Üksvärav.

The Pühalepa Church is Hiiumaa’s oldest stone church. In 1255, the German Order started the construction of a stone fortress-church. Initially lacking a steeple, the arched stone church was completed in the 14th century; construction of the steeple started in 1770. After it renovation in the 19th century, Crosses of Malta were painted on the walls that are primarily associated with the membership of the Ungern-Sternberg family members in this Order.  One of the inauguration crosses has survived on the wall of the choir room.  The burial chapel of the von Stenbock family is in the churchyard. Good acoustics makes it a very special place to enjoy the concerts!

Hiiumaa is an island in the Baltic Sea and the second largest island in Estonia, rich by versatile, beautiful and intact nature and nice people. There are one thousand and one reasons for people to come here back again and again. Thanks to the surrounding sea, the climate on Hiiumaa is a bit different from the one on the continent. There are more sunny days and less rainy day. The inhabitants of Hiiumaa are peaceful and tolerant by character. They live close to nature and are children of nature in their soul. The most important thing is to have a sense of humor – people of Hiiumaa love joke.

More information here

Ferry traffic and tickets: www.praamid.ee

Welcome to Hiiumaa!



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