Concert of French harpsichordist Pierre Hantaï in Tallinn

House of the Blackheads

April 27, 2018

Pikk 26

Tallinn

Born in 1964, Pierre Hantaï has been passionate about Bach’s works since he was 10. After studies in Paris and Amsterdam under the direction of harpsichord masters (Arthur Haas, Gustav Leonhardt), he won awards (2nd prize in theBruges harpsichord competition in 1982) and joined several French orchestras. 

His concert is part of the Tallinn Harpsichord festival, in which Nadja Lesaulnier, once one of his students, is performing as well, on April 21st. 

  • Time: Friday April 27th, 7pm
  • Place: House of the Blackheads (Pikk 26, Tallinn)
  • Tickets

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