All the colors of Estonia

“There is war, love, magic and all kinds of things that you get in a real opera.”

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February 11, 2016 21:57
The Estonian National Opera Boys’ Choir

The Estonian National Opera Boys’ Choir.. (photo credit: YACHATZ)

 
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Andres Mustonen is the most irrepressible of characters. The sexagenarian Estonian violinist-conductor has become quite a fixture on the Israeli classical music circuit in the last few years, performing regularly at such major events as the annual Eilat Chamber Music Festival and the biannual Abu Ghosh vocal music festival.

Over the last couple of years, Mustonen has upped his local profile ante as the artistic director of the Mustonenfest Tallinn-Tel Aviv Festival, the third edition of which will take place from February 18 to March 2. Most of the concerts will be held at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the nearby Opera House, but there are more slots in Rishon Lezion, Ashdod, Abu Ghosh, Kfar Shmaryahu and Haifa.

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