Two interesting reviews representing oppositional viewpoints have been published about „The Cambridge Company to Arvo Pärt” – the collection of articles edited by Andrew Shenton.
Arvo Pärt’s “Adam’s Lament”, conducted by Tõnu Kaljuste, has won a Grammy for the Best Choral Performance
Winners in the 56th Grammy Awards were announced tonight at Los Angeles Staples Centre.
71 applications submitted for the international two-stage architectural design contest of building for Arvo Pärt Centre
Yesterday, January 22 at 16 pm was the deadline of submitting documents for the first stage of international two-stage architectural design contest of building for Arvo Pärt Centre.
According to the recently published analysis for 2013 by the largest classical event database Bachtrack.com based in the UK, Arvo Pärt was listed the most performed living composer in the world for the third consecutive year.
The competition for designing a new building for the Arvo Pärt Centre in Laulasmaa, near Tallinn, is currently under way.
On 13 December 2013, fifty years passed since the premiere of Arvo Pärt’s “Perpetuum Mobile”.
In connection with its Liberal Arts professorship, during the current academic year the University of Tartu will hold a series of seminars on Arvo Pärt titled “Word and Music” led by Prof. Toomas Siitan from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre.
The 2014 nominees for the Grammy Awards were announced on 7 of December in Los Angeles and among the nominees were three Estonian names – Tõnu Kaljuste, Arvo Pärt and Neeme Järvi – each nominated in more than one category.
On 25 November, Robert Wilson, one of the most significant theatre directors of our time, came to Estonia on a work visit. The main goal of the visit was the preparation of a new music theatre production centred around the works of Arvo Pärt.
In collaboration with the Union of Estonian Architects, the Arvo Pärt Centre has announced a two-stage competition for designing a building for the Arvo Pärt Centre in Laulasmaa, near Tallinn.