Tallinn Chamber Choir was founded in 1962 as an experimental choir with the aim of performing new works by Estonian composers. 

Today, the choir consists of over 30 hobby singers driven by a passion for performing high-level choral music, thus continuing the legacy of the Tallinn Chamber Choir. 

Tallinn Chamber Choir and University of Tartu Chamber Choir both achieved the first place at the XVII Estonian Chamber Choir Festival!

The event, held in Pärnu on March 23rd, witnessed a remarkable artistic achievement – with two first-place awards bestowed, underscoring the profound love and dedication to choral singing in our country. A heartfelt thank you and commendation to our esteemed chief conductor, Heli Jürgenson, whose inspiration and encouragement elevate us – you are truly valued and cherished!

 Our next performances:

Concert tour in Portugal:
30 April in Porto -
concert at the  Igreja da Lapa church

3 May in Lisbon -
concert at  Convento da Madre de Deus church

The program includes music from Estonian classical choral music authors: Mart Saar, Cyrillus Kreek, Rudolf Tobias, Ester Mägi and Veljo Tormis, and also from contemporary composers Pärt Uusberg, Erkki-Sven Tüür and Tõnu Kõrvits.

Conductors: Heli Jürgenson ja Kärolin Tuisk.