Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
Soloists: Rainer Vilu (baritone), Henry Tiisma (bass), Raul Mikson (tenor), Olari Viikholm (bass), Kristine Muldma (soprano), Tiit Kogerman (tenor), Andreas Väljamäe (bass)
Conductor: Gregory Rose (Great Britain)
Stage Director: Helen Ireland (Great Britain)

Danse Macabre (Dance of Death) is inspired by Bernt Notke’s medieval painting "Danse Macabre" in the St Nicholas' Church in Tallinn. It is a series of paintings of Death taunting the Pope, Emperor, Empress, Cardinal, King and Bishop, with texts in medieval German. This famous painting with its texts is the basis for the unique composition for the choir, soloists and chamber ensemble, written by the English composer and conductor Gregory Rose. Danse Macabre will be performed only once in the historic environment next to the painting in St Nicholas' Church.

In cooperation with the Art Museum of Estonia

Tickets 8 / 15 € Piletilevi and Piletimaailm