The Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir is an exceptional choral ensemble that has been nominated for various Grammy awards and has won the Grammy for Best Choral Performance twice. They are known for their collaboration with Estonian composer Arvo Part, but their repertoire ranges from Gregorian chant and Baroque to the music of the 21st century.
Chief Conductor Kaspars Putnins spoke with me about their history and the Sunday performance (February 12th at 3:00 p.m.) in Richmond at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart! I hope you enjoy our chat...
Yours in good music,
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