Christmastime, the most beautiful time of the year. As many years before Arsis is continuing its tradition by making a Christmas tour around Estonia. This year concerts are going to be in the following cities: 18.12 Võru and Valga, 19.12 Haapsalu, 25.12 Tallinn, 26.12 Paide and Tartu.

The concert in Tallinn on 25th for Dec at 12:00 is to be held in the big hall of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. 

Tickets are available in November. More information soon available.

Arsis handbell ensemble is giving 4 concerts in Lithuania

From 16th until 18th of July Arsis is performing in different festivals in Lithuania. Concerts will be held in Birštonas Chamber Hall, in Druskininkai Church in a frame of Ciurlionis music festival,  in Jašiūnai manor in a frame of Vilnius Filharmonic summer festival and in Alytus Cultural House, open air stage.

Concert program consists of classical music arrangements and Estonian music. Conductor Aivar Mäe.

Concerts organized by National Philharmonic Society of Lithuania and Baltic Centre for Cultural Management.

The origins of the Estonian flag lie within the national movement – the Estonian Students’ Society adopted blue, black, white as the colors of their student fraternity on 4 June 1884. In 1918, the flag officially became the Estonian national flag.

Arsis handbell ensemble is giving a concert to celebrate the Flag’ Day. In the concert classical and Estonian music will be heard. Soloists – singer Mikk Mäe and guitarist Aleksandr Statsenko.

Estonia celebrates its Independence Day on 24th of February! The concert in Jõhvi City is dedicated to 103rd anniversary of Estonia.

In the program can be heard Estonian and classical music. Soloist pop-singer Mikk Mäe, accompanied by guitarist Aleksandr Statsenko.

Celebrating the 102th Anniversary of Estonia! 

Arsis handbell ensemble is giving a concert in the cultural center of Jõgeva City in Estonia!

Magic of the Bells

Under this title the concert of Arsis handbell ensemble is going to be held on 8th of March at 12:00 in Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall in Vilnius. Music by well-known composers like Bach, Tchaikovsky etc will be heard, original music by Estonian composers as well.

Concert is organized by Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society. More information can be found from here.

First time Arsis handbell ensembles and Estonian National Ballet dancers are on the same stage! Three handbell ensembles and five ballet dancers are performing numbers from Tchaikovsky ballet “Nutcracker”!

Nutcracker is one of the most popular ballets in the world which is traditionally played during the Christmas time! In Arsis’ concerts can be heard many of those Nutcracker’ well-known numbers like Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy, Trepak, Waltze of the Flowers and many others.

Concerts are:

19.12 at 12:00 Pärnu Concert Hall / at 19:00 Haapsalu Cultural House

21.12 at 16:00 Kohtla-Järve Cultural House

22.12 at 13:00 Ugala Theatre in Viljandi / Vanemuise Concert Hall in Tartu

25.12 at 12:00 Estonia Concert Hall in Tallinn

Tickets are available in Piletilevi and Piletimaailm

 

The concert on 18th of August in Tallinn is unique, because first time in Estonia can be heard handbell music from Hong Kong, performed by ensemble ELITE.

An auditioned group, formed in 2013, comprises the most experienced and top-notch handbell ringers whose everyday’s life is full of handbell music. Ensemble’s artistic director Emily Li is a conductor of many handbell groups in Hong Kong and Singapore and actively performing as a handbell solo artist.  She is also a Chairperson of Handbell Association of Hong Kong and the artistic director of Hong Kong Handbell Academy.

The co-operation between Arsis handbell ensemble and Hong Kong Handbell Association started in 2014 when Arsis was touring in China and had a chance to give a concert also in Hong Kong. The concert in Tallinn is a symbol of friendship and love for handbells, which brought two parties, so far from each other, together. Arsis handbell ensembles can be heard in the concert as well.

Tickets are available in Piletilevi.

Arsis handbell ensemble is giving a concert in Kouvola city, in a frame of church music festival. Concert is taking place in the church of Kuusankoski. In the program: classical music arrangements and Estonian music.

Concert is organized by Kuusankoski Church.

ARSIS traditional Christmas Concerts are coming again!

This year we are having 6 concerts around Estonia, in the following cities – Jõhvi, Haapsalu, Rapla, Tallinn, Võru, Tartu.

On 22th of Dec at 18 Jõhvi Concert House

On 23rd of Dec at 14 Haapsalu Dome Church / at 18 Rapla Cultural House

On 25th of Dec at 12 Estonia Concert Hall in Tallinn

On 26th of Dec at 13 Võru Cultural House / at 18 Tartu St John’s Church

Tickets available in Piletilevi, Piletimaailm and at the door.