Events

Events

UPCOMING EVENTS

My Fair Lady

03.03.2023 – 21.04.2023

Vene Teater, Tallinn, Estonia

Eliza Doolittle: Elina Nechayeva

Music: Frederick Loewe

Tickets: piletilevi.ee

Promoter: Vene Teater


Italian Music Festival 2023

03.06.2023 | 16:00

Haapsalu Piiskopilinnus, Estonia

Responding to the request of Haapsalu Italian Music Festival visitors, Al Bano’s legendary hits “Felicita”, “Ci Sara” and “Tu Soltanto Tu”, which are synonymous with romantic Italian music, will once again be heard in Haapsalu in the new year.
In addition to Al Bano, Elina Nechayeva will perform as a special guest at the festival with a program of new Italian music.

Tickets: piletilevi.ee

Promoter: Monster Music


ERSO – Mahler – Symphony No. 8

08-09.09.2023 | 19:00

Estonia concert hall, Tallinn, Estonia

Conductor NEEME JÄRVI
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
Mixed Choir Latvia
Estonian National Opera Boys’ Choir
Chamber Choir Voces Tallinn

ELINA NECHAYEVA soprano, LAURA AIKIN soprano, ANNE SCHWANEWILMS soprano, MARIE SEIDLER mezzo-soprano, KAI RÜÜTEL mezzo-soprano, ANDREAS SCHAGER tenor, THOMAS HAMPSON baritone, AIN ANGER bass.

Gustav Mahler’s monumental Eighth Symphony, also known as the “Symphony of a Thousand”, is performed by eight vocal soloists, a boys’ choir, two mixed choirs and a large orchestra. At the premiere performance of the work in 1910, no less than 1,030 musicians stood in front of the audience, and the symphony was a great success, conducted by the composer himself. The maximum possible performance line-up is limited only by the capacity of the concert hall.

In Mahler’s eighth symphony, all the philosophical, aesthetic and ethical searches of the composer found a final and general solution. For such a monumental piece, the means of instrumental music were insufficient, words came to the rescue. In the first part, the composer has used the Catholic Pentecost hymn “Veni, creator spiritus”. This music is a hymn to the creative spirit that compels all living things to strive for the ideal. When creating the second movement, however, Mahler turned to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s famous “Faust”.

For two nights only, eight top soloists, ERSO, Latvia Mixed Choir, Estonian National Opera Boys’ Choir, Voces Tallinn Chamber Choir and conductor Neeme Järvi will be on stage to bring this magnificent piece to the Estonian audience.

Tickets: piletilevi.ee

Promoter: ERSO

 


Öökuninganna - Elina Nechayeva

Mozart – Die Zauberflöte

TBA | 2023

Estonian National Opera, Tallinn, Estonia

Queen of the Night: Elina Nechayeva

Conductor: Vello Pähn

Director: Vilppu Kiljunen

Promoter: Estonian National Opera

 

 


 

The Count of Luxembourg – F. Lehar

TBA | 2023

Estonian National Opera, Tallinn, Estonia

Juliette Vermont: Elina Nechayeva

Operetta by Franz Lehár

Libretto by Alfred Maria Willneri and Robert Bodansky

 

Promoter: Estonian National Opera