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Leigo Järvemuusika 2018

Pn 2018-08-03 18:00 - Š 2018-08-04 23:30
29.20 - 47.20
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Leigo Lake Music Festival 2018

This year’s Leigo Lake Music Festival will take place on 3 and 4 August. Situated in the domed landscape of Southern Estonia, Leigo Farm and its picturesque lakes host guests on the big lake yet again – that is, the performers will be on the lake and the guests on the shore. This year’s festival will be the 21st and in recent years, it has been focusing on classical music.

The first day of the festival will feature the Liepāja Symphony Orchestra performing works from Estonia and its neighbouring countries, including works by Eller, Kreek, Kapp, Mediņš, Sibelius, and Tormis (soloist Mati Turi, conductor Vello Pähn).
The second day of the festival will be concluded by the ceremonial Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 (Leigo Festival Orchestra, chamber choir Voces Musicales, soloists Mirjam Mesak, Annely Peebo, Raimonds Bramanis, conductor Risto Joost). Live fire installations on the lake and its shores will be accompanying the last concerts on both days.
The rest of the programme to be announced soon.

Art directors: Marius Järvi, Tõnu Tamm
Artistic consultant: Risto Joost

Until 20 April 2018
-Day ticket €26–€32, family ticket €70
-Festival pass €38–€44, family ticket €110

21 April 2018 – 1 August 2018
-Day ticket €28–€35, family ticket €75
-Festival pass €40–€46, family ticket €120

From 2 August 2018
-Day ticket €30–€39, family ticket €80
-Festival pass €42–€50, family ticket €130

Free entry for children up to ten years old (included).
Discounts for groups of 15 or more members.

Contributor tickets are available for purchase for €90/€150 (day ticket / festival pass). The ticket provides the opportunity to enjoy the concert from the contributor’s tent provided with chairs and a good view of the concerts. Welcoming snacks and champagne will be served for the guests.

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