Estonian choir performs at Gengsu Theater
The Ellerhein Girls' Choir from Estonia gave a dazzling European folk-style performance at the Gengsu Theater in Nantong, East China’s Jiangsu province, on Oct 26.
The choir, formerly called the Tallinn Children's Choir, was founded in 1951 by Professor Heino Kaljuste (1925-1989), who dedicated himself to the choir until the end of his days.
It is one of the oldest women’s choirs in Europe and has seen success in dozens of countries and regions. It has won a number of international music awards, including a Grammy in 2004 and a BBC Music Magazine award in 2006.
The Ellerhein Girls' Choir performs at the Gengsu Theater in Nantong, East China’s Jiangsu province, on Oct 26. [Photo/VCG]
Estonian singers perform several classic songs, including Do Re Mi and the Chinese folk song Molihua (Jasmine), at the Gengsu Theater in Nantong on Oct 26. [Photo/VCG]
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