This NFT collection by the Grammy-Award Winning Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
is a limited series of 50 unique NFTs, featuring 10 different photo collages made during their
concert tour in USA and Canada in 2024.

NFT collection is available on marketplace.

Each image in this NFT collection serves as a memory, an emotional capture, and a tribute to our partners. These images embody the essence of the choir’s experiences and the warm connections with the Estonian community in the USA formed during the tour. This aspect of the collection adds a profound layer of meaning, making each NFT not just a piece of art but also a token of appreciation and acknowledgment of the support and collaboration from our valued partners. Additionally, the revenue generated from the sale of this collection will support the activities of the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, helping to cover the expenses incurred during the tour and ensuring the sustainability of the choir’s future endeavors.

Asset details

Artist: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
Year of creation: 2024
Edition number: 2
Total edition size: 50 NFTs based on 10 different photo collages
Collection: EPCC’s USA-Canada NFT collection 2024
Institution: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
Image copyright: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
Provenance: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir has owned this copy of the digital poster since 2024
Physical owner as of minting: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
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NFT benefits: This NFT owner gets full access to EPCC’s loyality program (Circle of EPCC). To activate benefits please contact or


About the USA-Canada tour in 2024

In February 2024, the Grammy-award winning Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir (EPCC) together with conductor Tõnu Kaljuste, embarked after a five-year hiatus, on a long-awaited concert tour to the United States and Canada, where they gave four concerts featuring the works of Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Arvo Pärt, who has been chosen for several years as the most performed living composer in the world.

The EPCC concerts went for the full houses and took place February 1 – 8, 2024, at St. Ignatius Loyola Church in New York (Feb 1st), St. Paul’s Basilica in Toronto (Feb 3rd), St. John’s Episcopal Church in Georgetown – Washington, DC (Feb 6th), and the Episcopal Cathedral in Philadelphia (Feb 8th).

According to Esper Linnamägi, the managing director of the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, the choir has a well-established market in the US. “Estonian music and musicians have always been awaited by the audience there, and after the pause caused by Covid, we were pleased to restore the continuity of tours. This concert tour was supported by the Estonian American National Council (EANC/ERKÜ) and was very successful despite the five-years brake,” says Linnamägi.

The Estonian American National Council (EANC), the EPCC’s concert tour partner and supporter, was established in New York in 1952 as the voice of the Estonian American community, to unite Estonians living in the United States and to support the restoration of Estonia’s independence. Since the restoration of Estonia’s independence in 1991, EANC has focused on supporting Estonian cultural activities and organizations in the United States and continues to stand for Estonian and Estonian American interests, working to raise awareness of Estonia among all Americans.