Mozart, Naissoo, Tamberg, Vinter, Kikerpuu, folk tune
The second concert of the concert series Glass Bead Game in Palmse presents pianist Kristjan Randalu’s humorous and lively programme Enter Denter, inspired by the legendary TV-show Entel-Tentel, which is familiar and loved by many. Well-known children’s songs in Randalu’s witty improvisational arrangement will undoubtedly bring positive and uplifting emotions into the dark autumn season. Kristjan Randalu is one of the most internationally known Estonian pianists, performing all over the world in both the classical music and jazz genres, being an artist at countless festivals and the winner of many awards. His discography includes 27 CDs and DVDs. The partner of the pianist at the concert will be the Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta (music director and chief conductor Andres Mustonen), which as a collective is always open to new exciting projects and shares a common belief that music making should bring joy and pleasure to the audience, and can invigorate souls and minds regardless of style.
Estonian folk tune Igaühel oma pill, arranged and performed by Kristjan Randalu, live, fragment, 3 min 17 sec, mp3
Palmse Manor is one of the greatest Baroque mansions in Estonia. The mansion and open-air museum were the first fully restored manor complex in the country. They are surrounded by the beautiful natural environment of Lahemaa National Park and provide an overview of Estonian manor life and architecture throughout the ages. The open-air museum boasts parks, gardens and historical buildings and features exhibitions, workshops, a Palm House, a wine cellar, a romantic café and a tavern serving national dishes.