Conductor and singer Endrik Üksvärav (b 1980) was graduated from Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre as a conductor (BA) in 2004. Additionally, he studied trumpet and french horn. In 2011 he got MA degree in conducting.
Endrik Üksvärav has conducted different chamber choirs and orchestras.
On 2010 he created Collegium Musicale Chamber Choir. The year 2011 was very remarkable – the choir was announced as „Choir of the year 2011“ in Estonia and he got the prize “Young conductor of the year”.
Also, in 2011 he started to focus more to the solo singing (tenor). In Autumn 2012 he started to study Early Music Sining in the Royal Conservatory of the Hague (in BA and MA, teachers Peter Kooij, Michael Change, Jill Feldmann and Maria Acda-Maas). During the following years he has had different singing projects both in Estonia and in the Netherlands. He has sang in several modern operas, made the debute in front of the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and performed in the “La Folle Journee” festival in Tokyo (2017).
In 2016 he participated Järvi Winter Academy for conductors and in Järvi Academy Conducting course leaded by Neeme Järvi and Paavo Järvi. Additionaly he has participated in the master classes of Jorma Panula.
In 2017 he did co-operation work with Rascher Saxophone Quartet with whom Lera Auerbach´s “72 Angels” Estonian preimier was performed. In 2018 he conducted Cappella Amsterdam (Holland) – four concerts with Estonian music programm including the works of Arvo Pärt, Erkki-Sven Tüür, Veljo Tormis and Tõnu Kõrvits and NFM Leopoldinum Chamber Orhcestra (Poland) – four concerts with Estonian and Polish choral and orchestra music, including Erkki-Sven Tüür “Requiem”.
Endrik Üksvärav is the artistic director of Pühalepa Music Festival that takes place every August on island Hiiumaa in Estonia.
Collegium Musicale with Estonian composer Erkki-Sven Tüür. Photo: Kristel Üksvärav
Estonian chamber choir Collegium Musicale was founded by conductor Endrik Üksvärav in October 2010. The repertoire extends from renaissance to contemporary music. The special place in the repertoire belongs to the Estonian composers: Arvo Pärt, Veljo Tormis, Erkki-Sven Tüür, Helena Tulve, Tõnu Kõrvits, Mirjam Tally, Pärt Uusberg etc. The aim is to offer high level musical emotions and be the ambassadors of Estonian music.
The choir has co-operated with different orchestras and ensembles – Helsinki Baroque Orchestra, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Rascher Saxophone Quartet, Tallinn Baroque Orchestra, NFM Leopoldinum Chamber Orchestra (Poland), Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, baroque orchestra Barrocade (Israel), Eesti Sinfonietta, Corelli Consort, Klaaspärlimäng Sinfonietta, string quartet Prezioso etc and conductors including Tõnu Kaljuste, Andres Mustonen, Kaspars Putninš (LT), Aapo Häkkinen (FIN), Simon Carrington (UK), Jos van Veldhoven (Holland), Gianluca Marciano (Italy), Darrel Ang (Singapur/FRA), Mihhail Gerts etc.
Collegium Musicale has had concert tours in Italy (Rome, Arezzo, Gorizia etc), France, Russia, Finland, Germany, Poland, Czech, Malta and Japan. In Japan Estonian composers Erkki-Sven Tüür and Arvo Pärt participated in the choir’s concert in Tokyo. 2017 the choir had concert tours in six countries: Israel (10 concerts), Holland, Poland, Germany, Russia, Finland (2 x).
In October 2017 Collegium Musicale won EBU/Euroradio International competition “Let the Peoples Sing” – adults category and the whole competition Grand Prix with Silver Rose Bowl.
Estonian Choral Association has announced Collegium Musicale three times as the Choir of the Year – 2011, 2014 and 2017. There is no ohter Estonian choir who had got that title so many times. The CD “Peegel peeglis” has got the prize “Choral CD of the Year 2012” in Estonia.
In 2018 Collegium Musicale and conductor Endrik Üksvärav won the Music Award 2018 of Estonian Cultural Endowment – for the brilliant promotion of Estonian choral music and for a dedicated and high-level presentation both in Estonia and abroad.
Collegium Musicale is the member of Estonian Chamber Choir´s Association and Estonian Music Council.
The highlights of 2019:
4 May Concert in the program of ISCM World Music Days Tallinn 2019
6-7 July Estonian Song Festival – 150 anniversary
4 August Concert in the program of Pühalepa Music Festival with Rascher Saxophone Quartet (Germany): Erkki-Sven Tüür “Meditatio” and Tõnu Kõrvits “Hymns from the Western Coast”
10-16 October concert tour in Barcelona, Spain
20 October Erkki-Sven Tüür 60 – all the a cappella choral works that Erkki-Sven Tüür has composed.
2 -3 November concerts in Arvo Pärt Center
16 November concert in Warsaw, Poland – festival Eufonie 2019
Full schedule of 2019 here
“Peegel peeglis” (2012)
Music by Arvo Pärt & Pärt Uusberg
Live-recording of the concert in Tallinn in Niguliste church.
“Tallinn Mass” (2014)
Music by Roxanna Panufnik (UK)
Released by Warner Classics
2 CD “Unustatud rahvad” / “Forgotten peoples” (2014)
Music by Veljo Tormis
Live-recording of the concert in Tallinn in Mustpeade maja
Pärt Uusberg. Choral Works. (2018)
Music by Pärt Uusberg
Released by Toccata Classics
Collegium Musicale – Sounds good!
6 January concert in St Petersburg, Russia – Vivaldi “Gloria”. Collegium Musicale and The Pocket Symphony Orchestra.
13 January concert in St John’s Church in Tallinn – Urmas Sisask “Gloria Patri”
2 February concert in St John’s Church in Tallinn – Music of John Tavener and Eitan Steinberg “Sod ha’kavana”
25 March concert in St John’s Church in Tallinn – 70 years anniversary of the deportation (to Siberia, Russia in 25 March 1945) – Knaifel and Tõnu Kõrvits “Seitsme linnu seitse und”. Collegium Musicale and Estonian Sinfonietta.
14 April Concert of Palm Sunday – J.S.Bach “St John’s Passio”. Conuctor Andres Mustonen.
4 May ISCM World Music Days Tallinn 2019 concert in Dome Church in Tallinn.
1 and 2 June concert in Writers House (Harju street 1). 3 world premiers + Veljo Tormis “Tornikell minu külas”.
14 June the remembrance concert “Past. Present. Eternity”.
15 June concert in Tõrva – Verdi “Reekviem”
6 and 7 July Estonian Song Festival
14 and 15 July – Veljo Tormis “Forgotten peoples” – concerts in Russia in Votic and Izorian areas.
31 July concert in St Nicholas Church – Tallinn International Organ Festival
4 August concert in Pühalepa Church – Erkki-Sven Tüür 60, Tõnu Kõrvits 50 and Rascher Saxophone Quartet 50. In the program Erkki-Sven Tüür “Meditatio” and Tõnu Kõrvits “The Anthems of the West Coast”.
3 October in the new hall of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre – Rudolf Tobias “Joonas”. Conductor Mai Simson.
9 October Rudolf Tobias “Joonas”. Tallinna Chamber Orchestra, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Collegium Musicale. Conductor Tõnu Kaljuste.
20 October concert in Tallinn Mustpeade maja (Pikk 26) – Erkki-Sven Tüür 60. Collegium Musicale will performe the whole a cappeall choir music composed by Estonian composer Erkki-Sven Tüür and celebrate his 60th birthday.
1 November concert in Haapsalu Dome Church
2 November concert in Arvo Pärt Center in Laulasmaa – Arvo Pärt, Erkki-Sven Tüür and world premier of P. Lukaszevski (Poland) new work.
3 November concert in Arvo Pärt Center in Laulasmaa
13 November concert in Warsaw – festival Eufonie.
8 December “Magnificat” – Christmas concert in Tallinn St John’s Churhc with orchestra Estonian Sinfonietta. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav
1 January in Tallinn St John’s church – opening concert of Tallinna Bach Festival. Cantatas of J.S.Bach.
19 January concert in Valgas- Cyrillus Kreek “Vaimulikud rahvaviisid”
20 January Estonia Concert Hall – Annual concert of Estonian Choral Association
31 January in Niguliste Church concert of Mustonenfest – “Beautiful Estonia”
13-22 February concerts in Leabanon in Al Bustan festivalil. In the program: J.S.Bach “Mass in b-minor”, J.S.Bach “Magnificat” and J.S.Bach “St John’s Passio”
24 February in Tallinn St John’s church – Estonian Republic 100
16-19 March concerts in Greece: Thessaloniki and Athens. Arvo Pärt “Adam’s Lament” Greece premimer. Collegium Musicale and orchestra Klaaspärlimäng Sinfonietta.
29 March in Pärnu Concert House – Erkki-Sven Tüür “Reekviem”, Erkki-Sven Tüür “Igavik” and Tõnu Kõrvits “Stabat Mater”. Collegium Musicale and NFM Leopoldinum Orhestra (Poland).
30 March concert in Tallinn St John’s Church – Erkki-Sven Tüür “Reekviem”, Erkki-Sven Tüür “Igavik” and Tõnu Kõrvits “Stabat Mater”. Collegium Musicale and NFM Leopoldinum Orhestra (Poland).
7 April in Radio House 1st studio – New Music Concert.
7 April Kanuti Gildi SAAL – Marianna Liik “Kommentaarium”
3 June in Rootsi-Mihkli church MA exam-concert of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre.
16 June concert in Suure-Jaani Music Festival – Jimi Hendrix 75!
13 July concert in Tartu St John’s church in the program of festival Klaaspärlimäng – Cyrillus Kreek choral works. Collegium Musicale and Jaak Sooäär (electric guitar).
14.-18. juuli – concert tour in Russia “On the paths of Forgotten Peoples: Vepsian, Ingrian and Karelian areas”. Veljo Tormis “Forgotten Peoples”.
21 July concert in Ridala Church
21 July concert in Mustjala Church on island Saaremaa (Mustjala Festival)
28 July concert in Niguliste church – Tallinn International Organ festival. Cantatas of J.S.Bach.
1 August Tallinn St John’s church concert with Estonian Music – Erkki-Sven Tüür and Rudolf Tobias. (Choral Festival Europa Cantat 2018)
2 August concert in Mustpeade maja – Veljo Tormis “Forgotten Peoples” (Choral Festival Europa Cantat 2018)
5 August in Pühalepa Church -Tüür and Tobias (Pühalepa Music festival)
12 August concert in Kõrveaia in Kuusalu – Veljo Tormis “Forgotten Peoples”
19 August in Tallinn Song Festival Ground – Estonian 100 “Üheslaulmine”
7-9 September “On the paths of Forgotten Peoples: Livonian heritage”, incl 8 September concert in Riga. Veljo Tormis choral cycle “Forgotten Peoples”.
11-12 September concerts in Poland in Wroclav in the festival “Wratislavian Cantans”. Collegium Musicale and NFM Leopoldinum Orchestra. Erkki-Sven Tüür “Requiem” and “Igavik” (“Eternity”. In memoriam to Estonian president Lennart Meri) – Polish premiers.
3 October Collegium Musicale 8th anniversary concert – Pärt Uusberg a cappeall choral music and “Õhtu ilu” with soloists and Estonian Sinfonietta.
14 November concert in Narva Aleksandri Church – Vivaldi “Gloria”. Orchestra The Pocket Symphony and Collegium Musicale. Soloists from the choir – Helina Kuljus, Ursula Roomere, Annely Leinberg.
20-21 November Kanut Gildi SAAL – Estonian Latvian co-operation project “First to leave”
28 November Alexela concert hall in Tallinn – “9 hümni vabadusele” (9 Anthems to the Freedom) Organized by Estonian Jazz Association.
9 December concert in St John’s church in Tallinn – J.S.Bach “Magnificat”
1 January at 16.00 bachFest2017 opening concert in St John’s church in Tallinn.
17 January at 19.00 “Self-portraits: Mirjam Tally” at Kultuurikatel (Cultural Hub)
11-26 February concert tour in Israel (Jerusalem and TelAviv)
8 April J.S.Bach “Johannes Passion”, Corelli Baroque Orchestra (in Narva)
9 April J.S.Bach “Johannes Passion”, Corelli Baroque Orchestra (in Tartu)
23 April Lera Auerbach “72 Angels”, Rascher Saxophone Quartet, in Tartu
25 April Lera Auerbach “72 Angels” Rascher Saxophone Quartet, in Tallinn
30 April concert with Netherlands Chamber Choir in Amstelkerk, Amsterdam
9 May concert in Szczen, Poland (Veljo Tormis “Forgotten people”)
11 June Nargenfestival Kreek’s Days concert in Haapsalu Dome Church. Music of Estonian composer Cyrillus Kreek.
17 June Suure-Jaani Music Festival – J.S.Bach cantata ” Ein feste Burg” BWV 80
21-24 July concert tour in Germany:
22 July concert in St. Blasien. Festival Internationale Domkonzerte St. Blasien
23 July concert in Maria Laach. Festival RheinVokal
26 July Mustjala festival
30 July – 3 August concerts in Karelia areas. Veljo Tormis “Forgotten Peoples”
5 August VI Pühalepa Music Festival on island Hiiumaa
6 August Tallinn International Organ Festival. J.S.Bach BWV 235 and BWV 236
3 October CM 7 anniversary concert in Tallinn
15 October EBU choral competition “Let the people sing” in Helsinki Music Centre
27 November St John’s church in Tallinn and 28 November in St Paul Church in Tartu: Pärt Uusberg “Õhtu ilu” and Vivaldi “Gloria”.
3 December Arthur Honegger “Le Roi David”
1 January V Tallinn bachFest opening concert. J.S.Bach “Christmas Oratorio” IV, soloists, orchestra Klaaspärlimäng Sinfonietta. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
3 January V Tallinn bachFest concert. J.S.Bach “Christmas Oratorio” V, soloists, orchestra Klaaspärlimäng Sinfonietta. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
6 January V Tallinn bachFest concert. J.S.Bach “Christmas Oratorio” VI, soloists, orchestra Klaaspärlimäng Sinfonietta. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
14 February concert in Oleviste church in Tallinn
25 February Järvi Winter Academy. Puccini “Messa di Gloria” in Pärnu
26 February Järvi Winter Academy. Puccini “Messa di Gloria” in Paide
27 February Järvi Winter Academy. Puccini “Messa di Gloria” in Tartu
10 March Rein Rannap “Concerto in Rock”
1 April Tallinn Music Week: world premiers of Mirjam Tally “Sinu vari” / “Your Shadow” and Jaak Sooäär “Kus on vaikus, sinner koguneb tolm”. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
16 April Andres Uibo 60! Conductor Darrel Ang (Singapur / FRA)
29 April concert-exam of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre conducting students (Miina Pärn and Mari Kalling)
1 June concert-exam of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre conducting students (Mirell Jakobson, Roland Viilukas, Oliver Povel-Puusepp, Ayaka Ueda)
22 July concert in Mustjala Music Festival in Saaremaa: Veljo Tormis “Forgotten peoples”. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
30 July concert in Tallinn XXX International Organ Festival.
5 August opening concert of V Pühalepa music festival: Arvo Pärt.
20 August night concert in Haapsalu Dome Church
3 October the 6. Anniversary concert of Collegium Musicale in Kultuurikatel.
30 October in Niguliste church Estonian premier of Tõnu Kõrvits “Stabat Mater” and world premier of Tõnu Kõrvits “Linnuteelaul”.
2 November in Jõhvi church Tõnu Kõrvits “Stabat Mater” & “Linnuteelaev”.
14 December J.S.Bach “Christmas Oratorio” with Helsinki Baroque Orchestra and soloists. Conductor Aapo Häkkinen. Tallinn, Estonia.
15 December J.S.Bach “Christmas Oratorio” with Helsinki Baroque Orchestra and soloists. Conductor Aapo Häkkinen. Oulu, Finland.
17 December J.S.Bach “Christmas Oratorio” with Helsinki Baroque Orchestra and soloists. Conductor Aapo Häkkinen. Helsinki, Finland.
Estonian Choral Association named Collegium Musicale “Choir of the Year 2014”
Photo: Composer Erkki-Sven Tüür with “Choir of the Year 2014”
1 January at 4 pm in Tallinn St John´s church IV Tallinn Bach festival opening concert with orchestra Klaaspärlimäng Sinfonietta. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
7 January IV Tallinn Bach festival, final concert with orchestra Klaaspärlimäng Sinfonietta. Conductor Toomas Vavilov.
25 January Concert of Estonian Choral Association. Conductor Miina Pärn.
8 February at 2 pm in Niguliste church in Tallinn – MustonenFest: Knaifel.
Mixed Choir Latvija, Collegium Musicale, Estonian National Opera Boy’s Choir. Conductor Andres Mustonen.
21 March Celebration of European Early Music Day – Bach 330 concert in Tallinn. Collegium Musicale, soloists, Tallinn Baroque Orchestra. Conductor Aapo Häkkinen (Finland)
4 May concert-exam (Kristjan-Jaanek Mölder)
10 July festival Klaaspärlimäng: Collegium Musicale, orchestra Klaaspärlimäng Sinfonietta. Conductor Andres Mustonen.
11 July Veljo Tormis 85 – concert in Toila. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
31 July Tallinn International Organ Festival, opening concert, W.A.Mozart “Missa brevis”. Collegium Musicale, orchestra Klaaspärlimäng Sinfonietta, soloists: Marta Paklar, Maarja Helstein, Markus Leppoja ja Kristjan-Jaanek Mölder. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
6 August Veljo Tormis 85 – concert in Tõrva. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav
7 August Arvo Pärt80 -Tallinn International Organ festival, concert in Pärnu
8 August Veljo Tormis 85 – concert in Kuusalu church. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav)
9 August Arvo Pärt 80 – Tallinn International Organ Festival, final concert. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
16 August Veljo Tormims85 -concert in Lihula. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav
19 August Veljo Tormis85 – Kilingi-Nõmme. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
20 August Veljo Tormis 85 – concert in Palamuse church. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
21 august Veljo Tormis 85 – concert in Tapa church. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
3 September Arvo Pärt 80 – Nargenfestival “Pärdi Päevad” (Days of Arvo Pärt) concert in Tallinn. Yxus Ensemble. Christopher Bowers-Broadbent (UK, organ). Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
5 September Veljo Tormis 85 – concert in Vigala Church. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
16 September Veljo Tormis 85 – concert in Mooste. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
3 October at 18 Collegium Musicale 5th birthday concert in Mustpeade maja in Tallinn. World premier of Helena Tulve choral work “See algab”
12 October concert “Three Estonian stars: Pärt, Tormis, Tüür” in Brno, Czech. Festival Moravsky autumn.
24 October concert in Poznan, Poland. Nostalgia festival. Polish premier of Arvo Pärt “Adam’s Lament” with festival orchestra.
1 November concert “Three Estonian stars: Pärt, Tormis Tüür” in Kauniaisten church, Finalnd. Kauniaisten Music Festival.
25 November concert in Malta. Contmporary Art Biennale. World premier of Reuben Pace “Versus of God and man”
5 December Sergei Rachmaninov “All-Night Vigil”, with EPCC, conductor Kaspars Putninš
20 December Palestrina “Missa Papae Marcelli” in Kadrioru castle. Conductor Miina Pärn.
29 December world premier of Baby Symphony. Composers Margo Kõlar and Liis Viira + babies born on 2015.
1 January III Tallinn Bach Festival. J.S.Bach BWV 123. Conductor Toomas Vavilov
6 January III Tallinn Bach Festival. J.S.Bach BWV 171. Conductor Toomas Vavilov
22 January CD presentation in London: R.Panufnik “Dance of Life.Tallinn Mass” by Warner Classics
25 January concert of Estonian Choral Association
4 February MustonenFest: In memoriam John Tavener. Conductors Andres Mustonen and Endrik Üksvärav
28 March Tallinn Music Week 2 concerts:
– Works by Mirjam Tally
– Works by Mariliis Valkonen.
23 April new works of Estonian contemporary composers: Maria Kõrvits and Peeter Volkonski
24 April concert-exam – Benjamin Kirk
15 May concert-exam – Allan Tamme
6 June Türi Spring Festival: concert in Türi church
28-29 June Naissaare I Song Festival
5-6. July Estonian Song Festival “Aja puudutus. Puudutuse aeg”
10 July Viljandi Ealry Music Festival: Schein ja Palestrina
13 July concert in Rooslepa chapel
24 July Rapla Church Music Festival: concert in Velise church
6 August Nargen festival: V.Tormis “Unustatud rahvad” performance
7 August Nargen festival: V.Tormis “Unustatud rahvad” concert
10 August Tallinn International Organ festival, final concert. Hugo Leppnurm “Lunastus Kristuses”. Orchestra Klaaspärlimäng Sinfonietta. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
16 August Pühalepa music festival: Erkki-Sven Tüür “Missa brevis” (2013) Estonian premier in Pühalepa church
21 August workshop with Estonian contemorary music, choir conductors´ seminar-camp in Vigala
1 October International Music Day (2 concerts in Tallinn).
3 October choir´s birthday concert “On the way to Japan”
8-18 October Karuizawa International Choral Festival in Japan + concert in Tokyo (16.10): Erkki-Sven Tüür “Missa brevis” Japanese premier
31 October Pärnu Concert Hall. Erkki-Sven Tüür “Missa brevis”, Palestrina “Missa Papae Marelli”.
1 November Tartu St John´s Church. Erkki-Sven Tüür “Missa brevis”, Palestrina “Missa Papae Marelli”.
2 November Jõhvi Concert Hall. Erkki-Sven Tüür “Missa brevis”, Palestrina “Missa Papae Marelli”.
8 November Niguliste church in Tallinn. Erkki-Sven Tüür “Missa brevis”, Palestrina “Missa Papae Marelli”
27 December at 18 Haapsalu Dome Church Christmas concert (Bach, Pärt, Tüür, Uusberg etc)
In 2014 Collegium Musicale participated in the Karuizawa International Choir Festival, Japan. The concert tour in Japan included Erkki-Sven Tüür´s “Missa brevis” Japanese premier. Photo: Composers Arvo Pärt and Erkki-Sven Tüür with Endrik Üksvärav after the concert in Tokyo
Endrik Üksvärav received the annual prize of Cultural Endowment of Estonia as conductor, soloist and founder of Pühalepa Music Festival.
Estonian Choral Association announced our live-recorded CD “Peegel peeglis” to the “Choral CD of the Year 2012″
31 March concert with contemporary Estonian music
20 Aprill Erkki-Sven Tüür “Psalmoodiad”, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Tõnu Kaljuste.
23-26 May recording of R.Panufnik (UK) “Mass of Tallinn”. By Warner Classics.
4 June concert of Veljo Tormis music in Tallinn. Conductor Miina Pärn.
13-16 June concerts in Russia in Petroskoi – Karelian Song Festival
19 June concert “Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied” in Tartu – music of J.S.Bach, Rudolf Tobias and Erkki-Sven Tüür.
25 June concert “Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied” in Tallinn. Works by J.S.Bach, Erkki-Sven Tüür and Rudolf Tobias.
16-20 July concert tour in Italy in Gorizia
1-4 August Schleswig-Holstein Musikfestival 2013, Germany. Conductor Eric Whitacre.
11 August Tallinn International Organ festival, final concert
3 October Collegium Musicale 3rd birthday concert: Tüür, Tobias, Tormis.
1 November V.Tormis “Unustatud rahvad/Forgotten peoples” in Tartu, Estonian premier
4 November V.Tormis “Unustatud rahvad/Forgotten peoples” in Tallinn, Estonian premier
18 December Christmas concert “Ave Maria” in Tallinn. Pärt Uusberg “Ave Maria” world premier.
28 January Estonian Choral Association annunced Collegium Musicale as „The Choir of the Year 2011“
9 March concert in Tapa
15 March concert in Tallinn
1 April Palm Sunday concert with Corelli Baroque Orchestra. Bach cantatas BWV 134 and BWV 186. Conductor Endrik Üksvärav.
6 – 7 April concerts „Stabat Mater“ with early music ensemble Hortus Musicus in Jõhvi, in Tallinn and in Pärnu, conductor Andres Mustonen.
8-10 June concert in Rome in Italy – 3rd Sacred Music Festival
13-14 June concerts in Tartu and in Tallinn. Music of two Estionian composers Arvo Pärt (b 1935) and Pärt Uusberg (b 1983) were performed.
10 July concert in Narva
21-28 July six concerts during the festival Chorus Laureatus in Vaison de la Romaine in France
1-10 august concerts in connection with Tallinn International Organ Festival. Co-operation work with David Timm (organ).
21-22 september IV International Chamber Choir Competition in Finland, the choir reached the final round
3 October Collegium Musicale 2nd birthday concert: Pärt, Tüür, Uusberg. Broadcasted by Estonian Classical Radio to Euroradio Nordic-Baltic contemporary musicprogram.
25 Noveber Concert “Mart Saar 130” in Estonian Concert Hall in Tallinn
13 December Concert “Christmas with Vivaldi” in Tallinn
27 December Christmas concert with early music ensemble “Hortus Musicus” in Tartu (conductors Andres Mustonen and Endrik Üksvärav)
29 December Christmas concert with early music ensemble “Hortus Musicus” in Tallinn (conductors Andres Mustonen and Endrik Üksvärav)
26 March Collegium Musicale was chosen to participate in Estonian Music Days/Tallinn Music Week that was directed mainly to different professionals (festival managers, promoters conductors etc) from abroad. The choir presented the works of Estonian young composer Pärt Uusberg.
2 April Collegium Musciale had a live-recording in Tallinn Niguliste Church. Recording was made for Estonian Recording Production www.erp.ee
14-15 April the choir participated in the XII International Choir Festival „Tallinn 2011“ and got the III price (Chamber Choirs Category)
1 June concert of Collegium Musicale in Tallinn in Toompea (in conncetion with Tallinn Old Town Days)
2 June Collegium Musicale had an honor to perform during the gala-event in Estonian Concert Hall in Tallinn that was directed for Monaco Prince Albert II
6-11 July 50th International Choir Festival “Seghizzi 2011” in Italy in Gorizia – Grand Prix!
15-19 september International Choir Festival in Arezzo in Italy (European Grand Prix competition) – II prize in Grand Prix round
27 September the choir participated in the Estonian Composers Union and European Cultural Capital Tallinn 2011 co-operation project and brought to the stage Erkki-Sven Tüür „Psalmoodia“
3 October – choir´s 1st birthday concert in Tallinn City Hall
22 Ocotber – concert in Lihula Music School in West-Estonia
2 Novemebr – Concert „In Paradisum“. V.Persicetti (USA) Missa Op 84 and Pärt Uusberg´s (Estonia) works were performed.
On 3rd October first gathering and rehearsal of Collegium Musicale took place.
30 November – the 1st concert to the friends in Tallinn Music House.
16 December singing in Estonian National TV morning program
16 December the first official concert – Estonian conductor Olev Oja 75!