The homepage of International Tubin Society has selected in the Contemporary Composers Web Archive

Ivy Plus Libraries has selected the website, http://www.tubinsociety.com/, for inclusion in its Contemporary Composers Web Archive. The Archive is a newly launched initiative developed by music librarians at Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Johns Hopkins, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale Universities, and the Universities of Chicago and Pennsylvania. The project aims to preserve websites belonging to notable contemporary composers in order to assure the continuing availability of these important, and potentially ephemeral, documents for use by researchers and scholars.

Tubin-performances in July 2017

Seventh symphony

7 July in the Geertekeerk Hall, Utrecht

Chamber Orchestra of Utrecht Music Academy, conductor Marco Bons

 

Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 1

6 July in the Kernu mainor house

7 July in the House of Black Heads

Marie-Helen Aavakivi (violin) and Maarit Saarmäe (piano)

 

Sonatine in D minor

6 July in the Studio Piotita, Tokyo

Marie Kase (piano)

 

Tubin-performances in June 2017

Fifth symphony

Concert “Neeme Järvi 80”

7 June, in the Estonia Concert Hall

9 Juny, in the Mariinsky Theatre, St Peterburg, festival “White Nights”

Estonian State SO, conductor Neeme Järvi

 

Third symphony

17 June, in the Saffron Hall, Great Chesterford, Essex

Saffron Walden Symphony Orchestra, conductor Richard A. Hull

Tubin-performances in May

Ballade in the Form of Cahconne on a Theme by Mart Saar in C sharp minor

10 May in Helsinkin Musiikkitalo

Johan Randvere piano recital in the series of  ”Virolainen musiikki soi”

Johan Randvere

Johan Randvere

 

Variations on an Estonian Folk Tune ETW41

9 May in Estonia concert hall

10 May in St Petersburg St John Church

Age Juurikas piano recitals in the series of  ”Eliitkontserdid”

 

Yearning for mixed choir (text Ernst Enno)

13 May in Türi St Martin Church

14 May in Swedish St Michael Church in Tallinn

Spring concert ”Vii mind ühes”

Chamber choir ”Helios”, Lodewijk van der Ree cond.