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7.3.2024 | Culture

Four famous Estonian singers to perform a series of concerts in tribute to Queen

Text Mark Taylor

Four famous Estonian singers to perform a series of concerts in tribute to Queen

 

Esteemed Estonian vocalists Ott Lepland, Koit Toome, Alika, and Madis Arro have joined forces to create a special tribute concert to Queen. At the concerts around Estonia over the next 7 weeks, you will be able to hear the famous artists perform timeless classics like “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “We Will Rock You,” and “We Are The Champions.

In a series of concerts around Estonia, including in Pärnu, Tartu, and Tallinn this March and April, the quartet of famous Estonian musicians will infuse Queen’s legendary repertoire with their own signature styles. Alika, Koit Toome, Ott Lepland, and Madis Arro will perform fresh interpretations of Queen’s legendary hits, presented through captivating solo performances, duets, and ensemble arrangements.

Alongside a live band, the singers will perform classic Queen tracks such as Bohemian Rhapsody”, “We Will Rock You”, “Don’t Stop Me Now”, “We Are The Champions”, “Another One Bites the Dust” and “Somebody to Love”.

 

The concerts will take place at the following locations on the specified dates:

07.03, Pärnu Concert Hall, Pärnu

08.03, Mooste Folk House, Põlvamaa

09.03, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu

10.03, Alexela Concert Hall, Tallinn

10.04, Vanemuine Concert Hall, Tartu

11.04, Pärnu Concert Hall, Pärnu

23.04, Alexela Concert Hall, Tallinn

 

Tickets for the concerts above are available to buy at Piletilevi

 

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