Estonian folk music is infused with jazz and soul in a special collaboration.
Ola Onabule, leading Estonian saxophonist Villu Veski and The Estonian TV Girls' Choir perform together for the first time in the UK.
The concert features original works by both Ola and Villu accompanied by the choir, alongside a selection of traditional Estonian choral music.
Soul and jazz singer-songwriter Ola Onabule has exported his powerful live performances to prestigious stages and concert halls around the world.
He has featured as a guest with various Grammy-awarded big bands and orchestras including the WDR Big Band, The SWR Big Band, The HR Big Band and The Babelsberg Film Orchestra. He releases his eighth studio album It's the Peace that Deafens in 2014.
Ola, Villu and the ETV Girls Choir first collaborated in 2012 in Estonia and quickly developed a programme that was to become a celebrated TV concert at the famous Kaarli Church in Tallinn in 2012. The concert was also broadcast in the US in December 2013 on the PBS network.
The The Estonian TV Girls' Choir grew out of the Children's TV Music Studio. Today the choir is comprised of about 25 to 30 of the finest young talent in Estonian choral music. The girls of the choir are aged between 15 and 25 and their eclectic repertoire includes folk, jazz and pop music.
This popular choir has travelled extensively, performing in many parts of Europe and much further afield to Israel, Russia, China USA and Argentina.