Peeter Prints’ (1961) sheet music publication “Ballads, Preludes, Arias, Etudes, Blues” is likely familiar to all classical guitar students in Estonia from the beginning of the 1990s until now. The enduring interest in Prints’ music cannot be explained simply by the fact that there is a lack of printed music by Estonian authors for classical… Continue reading
TGQ has a small tour around Estonian State Concert’s concert halls with the new program: Four concerts from Vivaldi’s L’Estro Armonico. Live dates: 21st of July 2010 Jõhvi Concert Hall 22nd of July 2010 Pärnu Concert Hall 24th of July 2010 Tallinn Town Hall Listen to Jõhvi live:
Tallinn Guitar Quartet releases a concert DVD “TGQ in Tallinn Town Hall”. This is a live performance of a concert a few years back in the New Years Eve. See more at Discography. TGQ are: Heiki Mätlik, Jorma Puusaag, Julia Kahro, Kristo Käo (4 classical guitars)
So I needed somebody to play the early music percussion, to clap hands and play castagnets, somebody who could get a samba groove out of the guitar and a cellist. To find somebody that is good with early percussion is easy in Estonia – you have just two choices. I chose both but started with… Continue reading
Fiesta de la guitarra presents: the presentation of a new album “Kiss on the Water” (Estonian Public Broadcast/Kitarrikool Records) The 10-year old classical guitar duo Jorma Puusaag/Kristo Käo recorded a CD with half Estonian music, half just beautiful classics: Weiss, Koshkin, Kõrvits, Jürjendal, Prints, Granados etc. See more at Discography.