Sound Plasma Tallinn

As the growing passion for pursuing less exploited languages of contemporary music in recent years has led to a trend of microtonal music, with many avid fans extending beyond contemporary or classical music community, and since a majority of ENMT’s events take place abroad, Ensemble for New Music Tallinn takes its duty to present series of events in Tallinn dedicated to microtonal music and the repertoire of a newly invented instrument of glissando flute.

Ensemble for New Music Tallinn has been developed into a specialized unit to execute just the kind of special intrication and technical gymnastics required for repertoire of microtonal and experimental contemporary music.

The events include 4 concerts and a number of masterclasses and workshops by guest artist and composers Prof. Klaus Lang, Dror Feiler, Erik Drescher and Juho Laitinen.

Mr. Drescher, a renown German virtuoso is one of the world’s foremost promoters and curators of glissando-headjoint flute. The current programs include pieces that are commissioned for ENMT and Erik Drescher.

Date Time Event Venue
2 Oct 14:00-18:00 Composition masterclasses: Klaus Lang Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EAMT)
3 Oct 16:15-17:45 Composition lecture (composition lab): Klaus Lang EAMT – A402
4 Oct 11:00-13:00

14:00-15:30

Improvisation workshop: Dror Feiler EAMT – Organ hall
17:00-18:00 Impro concert Dror Feiler and EMTA students EAMT – Organ hall
19:00-20:00 Flute recital: Erik Drescher EAMT – Organ hall
5 Oct 15:00-16:30 Composition lecture Dror Feiler: Un-teaching composition or error as necessity EAMT
19:00-20:00 Organ recital: Klaus Lang St. John’s church, Tallinn
6 Oct 14:00-15:30 Organ workshop and demonstration for contemporary music: Klaus Lang EAMT – Organ Hall
18:00-19:00 ENMT concert Estonian History Museum – Suurgildi hoone
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