Dates and times
Part of Glasgow's Arts Festival celebrating 100 years of Estonia
Estonian National Ballet celebrates its centenary this year. In its very first visit to Scotland, the company presents an exciting programme of short ballet works by three renowned Estonian choreographers.
Each work is being performed in Scotland for the first time.
Choreographed by Eve Mutso
“I have always been fascinated by seeing people doing something together...What we have done and what others have done will appear around and between us like an echo again and again.”
A new work by Eve Mutso, former Principal Dancer with Scottish Ballet.
Choreographed by Toomas Edur
A one-act piece for three couples, Silent Monologues speaks of the inner loneliness, the ups and downs, the self-exploration, and the shared happiness and sadness of human relationships.
Choreographed by Tiit Helimets
Time explores the concept of our existence, through relationships to one another, to God and to our planet.
Choreographer and Stage Director: Eve Mutso
Music: Kristjan Kõrver, Giles Lamb (Great Britain)
Set Designer: Matthew Strachan (Great Britain)
Costume Designer: Mary Mullen (Great Britain)
Choreographer, Stage Director and Designer: Thomas Edur
Heino Eller, Artur Kapp, Artur Lemba, Eduard Oja, Arvo Pärt, Peeter Süda
Lighting: Malle Valli
Choreographer: Tiit Helimets
Composer: Paula Matthusen
Libretto: Tiit Helimets after the poem by Abi Basch
Costume Designer: Marja-Liisa Pihlak
Lighting Designer: Tiit Urvik