The Tubin Festival occurs in cooperation with the Estonian Concert, Theater Vanemuine and Heino Eller Music School. The artistic directors of the festival are Mihhail Gerts and Kadri Leivategija.
Özlem Er Civelek wrote a dissertation in which she examines the problems associated with performing Tubin’s double bass concerto.
On August 28, 2021, the symphony orchestra, conducted by Olari Elts, will perform the “Dance of Exorcists” from ballet suite “Kratt” by Eduard Tubin in Estonia Concert Hall.
On July 14, 2021, Eduard Tubin’s “Music for String Instruments” and a suite from the ballet “Kratt” performed by the Estonian Festival Orchestra conducted by Paavo Järvi at the Pärnu Concert Hall.
On July 30, Postimees published an interview by Heili Sibrits with Paavo Järvi, “If we don’t dream, nothing will happen for sure”. In this interview, they also discussed Tubin’s oeuvre.
On 20 July 2021, the BIS-2379 SACD “Back to StockHome” appeared. Rick Stotjin performs Eduard Tubin’s Concerto for Double-Bass with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by James Gaffigan, among many other double-bass works.
We are happy to announce that volume XXIII of the Eduard Tubin Complete Works is out now. The volume includes Sonata for alto saxophone and piano, Sonata for viola and piano, Sonata for flute and piano, Troubadour song from the 13th century, and Pastorale.
The editors of the volume are Reet Marttila and Piret Väinmaa.
Volume VIII of Eduard Tubin’s Complete Works has been published, which includes Tubin’s orchestral works Toccata, ETW 14, Prélude Solennel, ETW 16, Oriental Intermezzo, ETW 17, and Valse Triste, ETW 37A.
The editor of the volume is Lauri Sirp.
Musicologist Tiia Järg browses through her notes on cultural history.
April 1, 2021
Oulu Music Centre, Finland
Eduard Tubin. Estonian Dance Suite
Anu Tali, conductor