Cake Concert

10.09 | at 17:00| Pöide Maarja Church

You are welcome to the concert in the Pöide Mary Church, the largest single-edged church in western Estonia and archipelago. The rich rain-forest of the church is one of the best examples of the Elderly Estonia.

On Sunday, 10.09,  one of Estonia’s best-performing churches you can enjoy the unusual  “Koogikontserti” (Cake concert).  After concert pleasedo not hurry up to home as you can enjoy of smacking cakes made by local women and can chat with musicians. Your cake can be brought to each conqueror.


Edoardo  Nabona – piano

(Italy, Turin) is a highly acclaimed conductor and organist with great experience, also known as a piano player and harpsichord player. She has graduated from Turin Conservatoire conducting, organ and composition class

es. In addition, he has also mastered the musicology.

Annikki Aruväli – cello

Is a cellist from Tartu, graduated from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theater in the field of cello. Over the years, she has been working as a teacher and interpreter in Turin, Tartu, Viljandi, Võru and Tallinn, traveling to Europe and the United States.

Edoard and Annikki moved to Kuressaare in summer 2016 with their family and started their work at the Kuressaare Music School and laid the foundation for the Western Channel Chamber Orchestra. They are chamber musicians and act in their name to revive the musical culture of the islands throughout the year.

Monika Põld is a soprano from Saaremaa (Musjala village). She has studied classical music at Georg Ots Music School and Estonian Academy of Music and Theater prof. Anu Kaal and Tiiu Levaldi. Today she sings in the Music School in Helikeel (Kuressaare) under the guidance of Ester Soe.

F. Schubert, F. Mendelssohn, C. Le Fleming, G. Faurè

All together we light a thousand candles, to get the foundation for the forged wreath for the church!


Location: Pöide village, Saaremaa