Fri 26. 10. 2012 at 18
Estonia Concert Hall Foyer
Opening of the exhibitions

“The square piano – the favourite domestic music  instrument of 19th century “ (compiled by Alo Põldmäe)
“Vardo Rumessen 70”  publications and musical scores (compiled by Katre Riisalu)

Fri 26. 10. 2012 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
CÉDRIC TIBERGHIEN
(piano, France)
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Julien Masmondet (France)
Maurice Ravel    “Ma mere l’oye” (1908/1911)
Camille Saint-Saëns 
Piano Concerto No. 2 G Minor, Op. 22  (1868)
Claude Debussy  “La Mer “, three symphonic sketches    (1903/1905)
Sat 27. 10. 2012 at 16
Estonia Concert Hall
MAXIM SHCHURA
(piano, Estonia) 
Johann Sebastian Bach
Partita no 4 D-major BWV 828  (1725/1730[1731])
Johannes Brahms   Fantasies op. 116  (1892)
Maxim Shchura   Three piano pieces  (2009)
Frédéric Chopin   Sonata no 3 B minor op. 58  (1844)
Sat 27. 10. 2012 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
MIROSLAV KULTYSHEV
(piano, Russia)
Ludwig van Beethoven   11 Bagatelles Op. 119  (1790–1820)
Robert Schumann   Fantasy C Major Op. 17  (1838)
Frédéric Chopin   Ballade no 1 op. 23 G minor (1835/1836)
Ballade no 2 op. 38 F major (1836/1839); Ballade no 3 op. 47 A-flat major (1841)
Ballade no 4 op. 52 F minor (1842)
Sun 28. 10. 2012 at 16
Estonia Concert Hall
VARDO RUMESSEN
(piano, Estonia)
Mart Saar   24 preludes
Eduard Tubin  
Ballade in the form of chaconne on a Theme of Mart Saar C-sharp minor ETW 40
Ferenc Liszt   
“Années de pèlerinage”, deuxième année “Italie”, “Petrarca sonet” no 104 (1838/1861)

Fryderyk Chopin   
Mazurka A minor op. 17 no 4   (1832/1833) , Mazurka A minor op. 68 no 2 (1827)  

Mazurka G minor op. 24 no 1   (1834/1835); Mazurka F minor op. 63 no 2   (1846)
Mazurka G-sharp minor op. 33 no 1 (1837/1838) ; Mazurka B minor op. 33 no 4    
Mazurka E minor op. 41 no 2   (1839) ; Mazurka C-sharp minor op. 63 no 3 (1846)
Aleksandr Scriabin  “Masque” op. 63 nr 1 (1911/1912)  
“Etrangeté” op. 63 nr 2 (1911/1912) ; Sonata no 7 op. 64 (1912/1913)
Sun 28. 10. 2012 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
ANDREAS  STAIER 
(fortepiano, Germany)
Joseph Haydn
Sonata C-sharp minor Hob XVI/36 (1780)
Sonata E-flat major Hob XVI/49 (1790)
Variations F minor Hob XVII/6 (1793)
Sonata C minor Hob XVI/20 (1771)
Sonata E-flat major Hob XVI/52 (1794)
Mon29. 10. 2012 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
KRISTJAN RANDALU (piano, Estonia)
Original compositions, improvisations, Estonian music
Tue 30. 10. 2012 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
Piano duo
SIVAN SILVER- GIL GARBURG  (Israel)
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy 
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream“ op. 61  (original version for four hands)  (1843)
Richard Wagner   Quintet from the opera “ The Mastersingers of Nuremberg “ (arrangement for two pianos by Gil Garburg)  (1868)
Sergey Rachmaninov    Fantaisie tableaux (Suit no 1) Op. 5  (1893)
Camille Saint-Säens   Introduction and rondo capriccioso  op 28 (arrangement for two pianos by Claude Debussy)  (1863)
Tue 30. 10. 2012 at 19
Tartu University Assembly Hall
Wed 31. 10. 2012 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
STEN LASSMANN
(piano, Estonia)
Johannes Brahms   Sonata no 3 F-minor, op. 5
Heino Eller   Theme with variations B Minor (1939)
Ballade C-sharp minor  (1955) ,Meditation (1936) 
Dance-caprice  (1933) , Toccata B minor  (1921)
Tue 30. 10. 2012  at 15
Estonia Concert Hall
Claude Debussy 150
Young Pianist Gala
Claude Debussy   “Suite Bergamasque” (1890/1905)
1. Prelude / 2. Menuet      Performed by ARNO GABRIEL HUMAL
3.  “Clair de lune” / 4. Passepied   Performed by JULIA GROMOVA
Preludes, II (1910/1913):  “La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune”  / “Tierces alternées”   Performed by JULIUS MAATEN
Preludes, I (1909/1910):  “Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l’air du soir” / “Les collines d’Anacapri”    Performed by LEO DUBOVSKI
 “L’Isle joyeuse” (1904)   Performed by MARIIN GILL
“Pour le piano” (1894/1903)   Performed by MADLI MARJE SINK
“Réverie” (1890) / “Danse bohémienne” (1880)   Performed by KARL PETERSON 
Preludes, I:  “La sérénade interrompue” / “Ce qu’a vu le vent d’Ouest”
Performed by GEORG MIREK KING
“Estampes” (1903)    Performed by GRETA JAKOBSONAITE
Wed 31. 10. 2012 at 16
Estonia Concert Hall
John Cage 100
ADRIANO AMBROSINI
(piano, Italy)
Students of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre: Priidik Purga, Marian Heinmaa, Kirke Karja, Talvi Hunt
John Cage
“Sonatas and interludes” for prepared piano (1946/1948)
Sonata no 1 , 2, 3, 4 / Interlude no 1
Performed by  PRIIDIK PURGA
Sonata no 5, 6, 7, 8 /   Interlude no 2
Performed by  MARIAN HEINMAA
Interlude no 3 / Sonata no 9, 10
Performed by  KIRKE KARJA
Sonata no 11, 12 / Interlude no 4  / Sonata no 13
Performed by  TALVI HUNT
Sonata no 14, 15, 16
Performed by  ADRIANO AMBROSINI
Thursday 1. 11. 2012 at 16
Estonia Concert Hall
Winners of the 2nd Tallinn International Piano Competition
KRISTI KAPTEN
(piano, Estonia)
HOLGER MARJAMAA
 (piano, Estonia) 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  
Piano sonata C Minor KV 457  (1784)
Alban Berg   Piano sonata op. 1  (1909)
Margo Kõlar      “Kahel kaldal” (premiere)
Timo Steiner   “Ilu_inetus_vabadus” (premiere)
Holger Marjamaa   Autumn (premiere)
Sergei Rahmaninov  
Piano sonata No. 2 B flat Minor, Op. 36 (1913/1931
Thursday 1. 11. 2012 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
NELSON FREIRE
(piano, Brazil)
Johann Sebastian Bach / Ferruccio Busoni
Chorale Prelude “Ich ruf zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ” BWV 639  (1898)
Johannes Brahms   Piano sonata No. 3 F Minor, Op. 5  (1853)
Sergei Prokofiev   “ Visions fugitives “  (1915/1917)
Enrique Granados  “La maja y el ruiseñor “ from the suite
“Goyescas “  (1909/1911)
Ferenc Liszt   “Étude Waldesrauschen “ (1862/1863)  
Hungarian rhapsody No. 3 (1847) , “ Valse oubliée “  (1881) , Ballade No. 2 B Minor  (1853)

Friday 2. 11. 2012 at 19
Estonia Concert Hall
IVARI ILJA (piano, Estonia)
ELLE-RIIN VOLMER, STEN HEINOJA (piano, Estonia)
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, conductor Arvo Volmer

Manuel de Falla   “Noches en los jardines de España “  (1909/1915)
Piano solo  ELLE-RIIN VOLMER
Johannes Brahms   Piano Concerto No. 2 B flat Major, Op. 83  (1878/1881)
Soloist IVARI ILJA
Aleksandr Scriabin   “Prométhée “ (Le Poème du feu), op. 60 (1909/1910)