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15.12.2023 | Culture

Get in the mood for Christmas with a concert of Christmas carols from the internationally award-winning Tallinn Boys’ Choir

Text Susanna Poikela
Photos Olga Makina, Susanna Poikela

Get in the mood for Christmas with a concert of Christmas carols from the internationally award-winning Tallinn Boys’ Choir

 

The Tallinn Boys’ Choir will perform some of the most beautiful Christmas carols at Niguliste church this Sunday during two concerts. The first concert starts at 12 noon with the second one following at 6 pm.

The Tallinn Boys’ Choir was founded in 1988. Currently, about a hundred boys aged between 10 and 18 sing in the choir. At concerts, like the ones at Nigulise church this Sunday, there are usually 40–50 singers singing on stage.

The choir has toured around the world and participated in large musical projects, including winning four Grand Prix awards in Tampere, Olomouc, Moscow, and Malta.

This Sunday, December 17, the choir will perform two concerts of beautiful Christmas carols led by Lydia Rahula and Kuno Kerge. They will also be joined on stage by Meeli Lass, Richard Raun (guitar), and Tomi Rahula (organ).

Tickets for both concerts can still be purchased at Piletilevi

 

 

 

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