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Esto-Atlantis Concert at Lincoln Center

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Esto-Atlantis Concert at Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Alice Tully Hall
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Alice Tully Hall

Esto-Atlantis Concert at Lincoln Center

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April 1st, 2018 at 2pm
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts; Alice Tully Hall

General Admission: from $45 plus service fee
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Presented by the Foundation of Estonian Arts and Letters, Esto-Atlantis Choral Concert will celebrate the Republic of Estonia's centennial at Alice Tully Hall on April 1. Like the mythical continent that inspires its name, the Esto-Atlantis Choir does not exist in geographical space. It resides in the spirit of 100 global singers who will honor the rich heritage of Estonian choral music on Lincoln Center’s world-renowned stage.  

This Easter Sunday performance includes sacred choral selections by the father of Estonian music, Rudolf Tobias, and the American premiere of Reekviem by his daughter Helen Tobias-Duesberg. The performance will represent four generations of the Tobias family with granddaughter Maaja Roos as concert curator, conductor, and pianist; as well as great-granddaughter Leila Roos singing alto and leading the children’s choir. Also featured is the music of Tobias-Duesberg’s contemporary Arvo Pärt, the most performed living composer in the world.  

Esto-Atlantis Choral Concert will unite singers from choirs based in Estonia, Sweden, the United States, and Canada, forming the mass choir Esto-Atlantis for its debut performance. Hailing from the eastern seaboard, children's choir Laulurõõm will open the concert with a series of Estonian folk songs. Also appearing are four of Estonia's top soloists: Arete Teemets, soprano; Veikko Kiiver, tenor; Alar Pintsaar, bass; and Ines Maidre, organist.

Esto-Atlantis has teamed up with an incredible group of volunteers and The Foundation for Estonian Arts and Letters to coordinate the event and bring dozens of professional singers to New York. You can help by volunteering for the housing and logistics committee or by making a fully tax-deductible financial contribution that will assist us with the costs of staging the concert.