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2018

BROTHERS JOHANSONS


with Jaak, Ants and Mart Johanson

 

Johansons
have been singing together since the 60-s. Kärt, as the youngest, joined later.
Jaak has studied at the Drama School at Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Ants and Mart philology and biology at the University Tartu, Kärt studied theatre at The Estonian Institute of Humanities (EHI) of Tallinn University. Professions and activities have varied from actor to theatre director, teacher to chancellor, cultural organizer to crisis counselor.
What’s important is that music and singing has continued to be a joint space of fellowship to get together, think together, turn to others together through various times, callings and challenges.
It can be said that we sing sacred folk songs. In the folkloric meaning of the phrase as well as that we as musicians are non-professionals (the folk) and most of the songs we have written are a way to turn towards the unknown, eternity, longing.

Krista Citra Joonas
started her road as a musician as a saxophone player. She received her education through Heino Eller Tartu Music School, Georg Ots Tallinn Music School, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and Musichochschule in Zurich Switzerland. Today she is mostly known as a bansuri player (Indian classical bamboo flute). She has studied this instrument, that is quite uncommon in Estonia, in India under the legendary bansuri player Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia for over 15 years already and given concerts in India, across Europe and in Estonia. In Estonia it is possible to hear her play mostly with Jaak Johanson besides classical Indian music concerts. In 2014, Citra’s solo album came out, which features mostly her own works. In addition, Citra’s bansuri can be heard on about twenty albums and she has played together with several fantastic Estonian musicians like Siiri Sisask, Sven Grünberg, Tõnis Mägi, Meelis Vind, Johansonid, Riho Sibul, Jaak Tuksam, Ain Agan, Mart Soo etc. Krista Citra Joonas teaches saxophone and bansuri at the VHK Music School as her day-to-day job.
kristajoonas.com

Sun. 29.07 

at 7 p.m 

Hageri Brotherhood Prayer House


 

PROGRAMME:

Sacred folk music


 

SUURE NÄOGA
Jaak Johanson


KOJU
Mart Johanson


POOLÜKSKÕIK
Jaak Johanson

 

ÄRKLITUBA
Krista Citra Joonas

 

KÜLM
Mart Johanson

 

HINGAMINE
Jaak Johanson

 

JUMALAGA
Krista Citra Joonas

 

PAULUSE SÕNAD
Jaak Johanson

 

OOTOOOT
Jaak Johanson

 

ALLIKAMAJA
Krista Citra Joonas

 

MU SÜDA ÄRKA ÜLES trad.

TULGE TAGASI
Mart Johanson

 

ÕHTU ILU
Kärt Johanson


 

KONTAKT / CONTACT

Aadress / Address: Kalda 2, Rapla, 79513
e-mail: kmf@eelkrapla.ee
tel: +372 5114 077


Toeta / Support

MTÜ Rapla Kirikumuusika Festival
IBAN: Swedbank EE802200221051601059

Festival on pärjatud kvaliteetmärgisega EFFE 2015-2018/ The festival was honored with the EFFE Label 2015-2018

FESTIVALI SUURTOETAJAD

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FESTIVALI PARTNER

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