• Only beautiful thoughts

    Triin Ojari's interview with Enrique Sobejano, the architect of the Arvo Pärt Centre. The interview was first published on 19 January 2021 in the newspaper Postimees.
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  • Joonas Sildre’s Between Two Sounds published in German

    Published by the Arvo Pärt Centre, the graphic novel about Arvo Pärt, Between Two Sounds, by artist and illustrator Joonas Sildre, is now available in German. The publishing house Voland & Quist, based in Berlin and Dresden, recently published Zwischen Zwei Tönen. Aus dem Leben des Arvo Pärt was translated into German by Maximilian Murmann.
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  • Recent perspectives on Arvo Pärt’s music: Sounding the Sacred

    Until now, scientific literature dedicated to Arvo Pärt’s work has been published mainly in the field of musicology, and more recently also in theology, but the new collection of articles Arvo Pärt: Sounding the Sacred can be considered an ambitious interdisciplinary publication that combines the discourses of different fields.
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  • The year Arvo Pärt turned 70 and was captured for radio

    In September 2005, a 14-part radio programme about Arvo Pärt premiered on Klassikaraadio. Making it took a full year, and contributing to its completion was the composer himself, along with dozens and dozens of people appearing in the broadcast.
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  • New book on the Eastern Christian tradition, Conversations in a Monastery

    The Arvo Pärt Centre has published a book by Hieromonk Raphael (Noica), Conversations in a monastery, that is based on public talks given by Fr. Raphael at the monastery of St. John the Baptist in Essex, England. The transcripts of Fr. Raphael’s talks can be considered as an introduction to the spiritual heritage of St. Silouan the Athonite and St. Sophrony the Athonite.
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  • In memoriam Irena Veisaitė (09.01.1928–11.12.2020)

    Irena Veisaitė, an outstanding Lithuanian literary and theatre scholar, the long-standing President of the Open Society in Lithuania Foundation, lecturer and theatre critic, has passed away. Arvo Pärt: “Dear Irena, my little musical dedication to your daughter – Für Alina – is the seal of our unity and love which will always keep us connected.”
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  • Arvo Pärt Centre’s award-winning building now in a book

    The Spanish architects and the Arvo Pärt Centre have collaborated to publish a book of photographs and essays titled Arvo Pärt Center & Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos: A Common Denominator. The book is published by the German architecture publishers ArchiTangle. The presentation at 3pm on 7 December 2020 will be live streamed from the Arvo Pärt Centre via the Estonian Public Broadcasting culture portal.
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  • The world premiere of Für Jan van Eyck

    The world premiere of Arvo Pärt’s Für Jan van Eyck will take place on 22 September in Ghent, Belgium. The initiative for creating this piece came from the Belgian choir Collegium Vocale Gent, and it was commissioned by the City of Ghent, who has dedicated the year 2020 to celebrating Jan van Eyck.
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  • World premiere of a new arrangement of “La Sindone”

    On 14 September in Novosibirsk (Russia), the world premiere of a new arrangement of Arvo Pärt’s La Sindone for violin and orchestra will be performed by the Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra and the solo violinist Vadim Repin.
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  • Arvo Pärt Days will celebrate the composer’s birthday with new versions of several works

    2010. aastal Pärdi pidunädalatest alguse saanud Pärdi päevadega tähistab Nargenfestival septembris Arvo Pärdi 85. sünnipäeva mitme teose uusversiooniga nii helilooja enda kui teiste seades, mis pole varem Eestis kõlanud.
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  • Conference focusing on Arvo Pärt’s work postponed until 2021

    The Arvo Pärt Centre and the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre announce that due to the continued spread of Covid-19 and related travel restrictions, the international academic conference “Arvo Pärt – Texts and Contexts” scheduled for October this year will be postponed by one year. The conference will take place next year, 15–16 October.
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  • Manfred Eicher: Annum per annum

    Annum per annum. The birthdays arrive with increasing relentlessness. It seems extraordinary that the Arvo Pärt Centre, so recently a dream project, is already celebrating its first decade. Or that Arvo himself, young at heart and wise in time, is about to reach the venerable age of 85. Almost forty years have passed since we
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