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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

from 45.00

One of a kind, Esto-Atlantis Concert: Centennial Celebration of Independence, performed by 100 singers with Estonian heritage from all over Europe, Canada, and the US.

April 1st, 2018 at 3pm
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts; Alice Tully Hall

General Admission: from $45 plus service fee
"Be An Angel" VIP Admission: from $65 plus service fee

The $45.00 dollar (plus service fees) ticket price covers only a portion of the cost of putting on the performance, any amount in excess of same will be considered a tax-deductible contribution.  

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The goal of the Esto-Atlantis Concert, celebrating EV100, is to bring Estonian music to a world renowned stage in New York City's Lincoln Center, to promote its appreciation among the American concert-going public, and lift Estonia's profile as a producer and exporter of world-class choral music, including classical oratorio composition and performance.

Lead by Estonian conductor, Maaja Duesberg Roos, the program features Estonian composers Rudolf Tobias (1873-1918) and Estonian-American composer Helen Tobias-Duesberg (1919-2002). It showcases Estonian soloists  Arete Teemets, soprano; Veikko Kiiver, tenor; Alar Pintsaar, bass; and Ines Maidre, organist. Multiple Estonian choirs from Europe and North America will unite to form the global choir of Esto-Atlantis, with Eesti Seltsi Segakoor (from Tallinn) contributing 40 of the 100 voices.

Conductor and project director Maaja Roos attended New York's Julliard School and took advanced degrees from the Manhattan School of Music. She has taught in some of America's most elite private schools and guest conducted a number of prestigious Estonian choirs, among them RAM in Tallinn and the ESS at the 2016 Rapla Festival.  In 2016, she organized the Estonian Children's Choir of the USA (Laulurõõm), taking them to the XII Youth Song and Dance Festival of Tallinn in 2017. In addition to participants from Tallinn's Eesti Seltsi Segakoor, Esto-Atlantis will comprise singers from the following choirs: New Yorgi Eesti Segakoor (New York, NY, USA); Kraftkällan (Stockholm, Sweden) and Ööbik & Eesti Meeskoor (Toronto, Canada). Also participating is the children's choir, Laulurõõm (East Coast, USA). 

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.