Tiit Kalluste presents his new album “Midnight Sun”.
Having made a name for himself over the last few decades as an accordionist with a unique sound and approach to his instrument, Tiit Kalluste has been invited to appear on countless stages in Estonia and the rest of the world. His musical signature is primarily based on the Nordic awareness of the world.
The album’s four-part title track “Keskööpäike” (Midnight Sun) also refers to Nordic philosophy. However, the musical spectrum of the album as a whole is much broader, and by not worshipping only one geographical point, a more universal audio language is sought, flirting with mainstream jazz and even currents of house music.
At the premiere concerts for jazz accordionist Tiit Kalluste’s record, he will be joined by a younger generation of Estonian jazz – pianist Joel Remmel (2011), drummer Kaspar Kalluste (2012) and double bassist Heikko Remmel (2016). Allan Järve’s trumpet adds colour to the quartet.
The concert starts at 6 p.m., the doors will be opened from 5 p.m. The concert will be held at
Sillamäe Culture Centre
Tickets are sold on-site. The ticket full price is €5, preferential price €3. Preferential prices
apply to schoolchildren, students, teachers, pensioners, owners of the Jazz Car Wash loyalty
card, and members of the Jazz Estonia.