The Pille Lill Music Fund (PLMF) was inaugurated on February 7th, 2003. The aim of the PLMF is to support the development of talented Estonian musicians by organizing master classes, opportunities to perform and by introducing them internationally.
In Autumn 2004 the PLMF introduced two series of classical chamber-music concerts, performed throughout Estonia: “Master School” and “Music of the Soul”. ”Master School” presents Estonian top soloists in our largest towns. “Music of the Soul” concerts take classical instrumental and vocal music to churches and concert halls all over Estonia. The “Youth Master School” series of concerts presents young talents of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. In the summer of 2005 the “Tallinn Chamber Music Festival” held its opening concert, amidst formidable publicity. Through the generosity of distinguished private donors, the following awards are presented during the Festival: the Marje and Kuldar Sink’s award“ Young Singer“ - 2005 - Oliver Kuusik (tenor), 2006 - Rene Soom (baritone), 2007 - Kädy Plaas (soprano), 2008 - Priit Volmer
(basso), 2009 - Maria Veretenina (soprano), 2010 - Arete Teemets (soprano), the PLMF Patron Lord Carlisle’s award“ Young Musician ” - 2005 - Helen Lokuta (mezzo soprano), 2006 - Anna-Liisa Bezrodny (violin), 2007 - Mihkel Poll (piano), 2008 - Oksana Sinkova (flute) and the Vendor Estonia award“ Young Conductor” - 2007 - Mikk Murdvee, 2008 - Lilyan Kaiv, 2009 - Risto Joost.
Since 2007 the “Tallinn Winter Festival” with the motto “Open your eyes, open your heart” has been held annually and since 2010 PLMF organizes the honorable Rapla Church Music Festival.
In addition the PLMF organizes competitions, oratorio and opera performances as well as gala-concerts and other events where we present top soloists from Estonia and abroad. We also offer artists for business receptions and private functions all over Estonia and abroad.
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