We would like to offer our heartfelt congratulations to our long-time partners, Maarja Oviir-Neivelt and Indrek Neivelt, who were awarded the honorary title Friend of Culture 2015. At the Thank […]
Last night the winners of the “25 Best Designed Estonian Books 2015” were announced at the Estonian National Library. The jury’s unanimous favourite was the Arvo Pärt Centre’s first publication “In principio. The Word in Arvo Pärt’s Music”, designed by Angelika Schneider.
Arvo Pärt was chosen as the first honorary citizen of the rural municipality of Keila. This title was given to the composer on 6 February at a reception held at the Kumu art museum by Aleksei Shatov, chairman of the council of Keila Parish, and Jaan Alver, Parish mayor.
The Arvo Pärt Centre remembers the renowned Lithuanian conductor and a long-standing professor of the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre Saulis Sondeckis (1928–2016).