Kremerata Baltica & Daniil Bulayev (violin, Latvia)
Vivaldi, Golijov, Enescu, Vähi
The brand new concert series Glass Bead Game in Palmse, created in collaboration between Palmse Manor and the Tartu-based festival Glasperlenspiel, makes a remarkable opening by presenting to the audience one of the most outstanding international European music collectives Kremerata Baltica (artistic director Gidon Kremer). The Kremerata’s extraordinary artistic level is proved by the New York Times, Grammy Award, numerous recordings for Deutsche Grammophon and ECM as well as stage partners like Martha Argerich, Evgeni Kissin, Vadim Repin, Yo-Yo Ma, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Christoph Eschenbach, Kent Nagano, Sir Simon Rattle etc. The energetic and joyful timeless music of Antonio Vivaldi, a true master of the Baroque era, will be performed in the beautiful Palmse Manor house with a long and rich history.
Daniil Bulayev, 16 years old, is currently studying with Nelli Sarkisyan in Riga and with Petru Munteanu in Germany. Daniil made his debut as a soloist with chamber orchestra in Riga at the age of five (!). Two years later, when he performed with the Symphony Orchestra in Russia. At the age of 8 Daniil gave his first recital at the Concert Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Since 2013 he annually gives his violin recitals. Daniil has performed with the Moscow Virtuosi, Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta, Sinfonietta Riga, Salzburg Chamber Soloists, Archi De Sono, Mitteleuropa Orchestra, Kaunas City Symphony Orchestra, Liepāja Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Youth Chamber Orchestra, Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, Latvian National Opera Orchestra, Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, Armenian National Symphony Orchestra, Macao Orchestra. He has performed regularly as a soloist in numerous festivals in Latvia, Lithuania, Argentina, Belgium, Armenia, Switzerland, Italy, Macao, China.
Vivladi. The Four Seasons, Winter. Kremerata Baltica. Live, fragment, 3 min 6 sec, mp3, 320 Kbps
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.