Chamber music concert
Kadriorg Palace is opening its gates to enchant you with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s piano trio K502 and Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s op. 50 trio in A minor, featuring one of the most interesting and diverse piano trios in the chamber music ensembles.
Sigrid Kuulmann´s many awards and recognitions include the ERSO and ETV awards at the Con Brio performance competition organized by Eesti Kontsert (1999), the Heino Eller International Violin Competition (2001) and the Neeme Järvi Young Musician Award for performing Eduard Tubin’s works (2004). She also studied with the renowned teachers Tiiu Peäske, Jüri Gerretz, Yfrah Neaman and Rosa Fain. In 2014, Sigrid defended her doctoral dissertation at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theater, supervised by Mari Tampere.
Tatiana Gashimova is mastering her skills at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theater in the class of Peeter Paemurru. She also performed as soloist and ensemble, most notably in South Korea (Seoul), France (Cannes), Germany, as well as in many cities in Latvia, Estonia and Russia. Also, Tatiana got the second place in the international competition “Alion Baltic” as part of the Latvian piano trio “Semper musica”.
Kirill Lissijenko has completed master classes with top pianists such as Tamas Ungar, Rolf Plagge, Cyprien Katsaris and Daniel Pollack. He graduated from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theater in 2010 (Prof. Lilian Semper, Irina Zahharenkova and Age Juurikas). Also, in 2016, Kirill graduated from the Sibelius Academy with a master’s degree in piano from Hui-Ying Liu-Tawaststjerna. At present, Kirill actively performs in his home country, Estonia, as well as in Russia and Finland.