Glasperlenspiel Music Festival

, a composer and music producer.The Glasperlenspiel Festival is inspired by Herman Hesse’s novel, and its content, instigating the festival to look upon and present music from unusual angles, occasionally tied to a literary or religious, or filosophical-aesthetical or some other new background. These are displayed through titles such as „Nietzche contra Wagner”, „Mozart & Salieri”, „Jungle Book of Baroque”, „Carmina Burana Speciale”, „Da Vinci Code”, „End of the Era of Composers”, „Music for Glass Harmonica”, „Freemasonic Music”.

The European Union Baroque Orchestra, the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, the Tokyo Philharmonic Chorus, Absolute Ensemble, Kremerata Baltica, Roy Goodman, Christoph Eschenbach, Yan Pascal Tortelier, Vadim Repin, Piotr Anderszewski, Gidon Kremer, Olli Mustonen, as well as most leading Estonian musicians (the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, the Estonian National Opera, the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, the Estonian National Male Choir RAM, the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, the Early Music Consort „Hortus Musicus”, NYYD Ensemble, Eri Klas, Järvi „dynasty”, Olari Elts, Tõnu Kaljuste) have performed at Glasperlenspiel.

References

* Parhomenko, Eduard, [http://www.ekspress.ee/viewdoc/1EC104C14E901EA3C2256ED30028EEE7 Une promesse du bonheur. Muusikafestival „Klaaspärlimäng” kui filosoofiline institutsioon] , in Eesti Ekspress (Tallinn, Estonia, 21.07.2004)

External links

[http://www.erpmusic.com/Glasperlenspiel Official website of Glasperlenspiel Music Festival]
[http://www.concert.ee/index.php?sisu=tekst&mid=226&lang=eng Glasperlenspiel Music Festival]


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