Young voices from the outer reaches of the Baltic states take us on a voyage of discovery through the rich culture of northeast Europe. A century ago, on 24.2.1918, Estonia, the smallest of the Baltic republics, gained its independence. The Estonians are particularly proud of their choir culture, which has meanwhile become the epitome of Baltic singing with the world’s largest choral festival every five years. As part of our Baltic Festival, one of the country’s most renowned boys’ choirs will be our guest, taking the audience on a musical excursion through the songs of its homeland.
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