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30.11.2023 | Culture

World-renowned choir Gregorian return to Estonia

Text Mark Taylor
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World-renowned choir Gregorian return to Estonia

 

The world’s most successful choir Gregorian are set to perform at the Alexela Concert Hall in Tallinn tomorrow evening, December 1. The globally acclaimed choir, that hails from Germany, are visiting as part of their new world tour, Pure Chants.

Celebrating two decades of enchanting live performances, Gregorian’s Pure Chants, released in December 2021, features classic choral songs alongside folk and pop favourites. The world tour, spanning Europe, Asia, and North and South America, will comprise over 180 concerts – including tomorrow night’s show in Tallinn. 

Visitors to the concert can expect a spellbinding fusion of traditional tunes and contemporary pieces, accompanied by a high-quality production featuring outstanding lighting and powerful sound.

Fronted by founder Frank Peterson, Gregorian has left an indelible mark on the global music scene. With a repertoire of nearly 300 songs, ranging from classical to modern rock, the choir’s illustrious career includes 10 albums and numerous chart-topping releases. In total, the band has sold over 10 million records worldwide

Tickets for the concert on December 1 at the Alexela Concert Hall are still available at Piletilevi

 

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