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The Polish-Estonian Music Business Networking Meeting and Concert is organized by the Estonian Music Development Center in cooperation with SONORA Music, Nostalgia Festival Poznań and professor Kevin Kleinmann in Poznań, on the 25th of October 2014, at 13:00.

The event takes place at Malta Foundation, in the Arkadia Building (ul. Ratajczaka 44, Poznań) at . The aim of the meeting is to introduce Estonian classical music to Polish concert organizers, managers, producers, etc.  Many Estonian music entrepreneurs and culture managers will participate in the event to find new contacts and to establish networks for future collaborations. Performers include : Duo Resonabilis -  Kristi Mühling (kannel), Tarmo Johannes (flute); Una Corda - Ene Nael (harpsichord), Kristi Mühling (kannel), Liis Viira (harp). Repertoire includes the works by: M. Tally, L. Viira, C. Kreek, T. Kozlova-Johannes and J. Reinvere.

Following Estonian organizations are represented in Poznań: Estonian Music Development Centre,  Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre,  Estonian Record Productions, festivals Orient and Glasperlenspiel, Corelli Music, Estonian Composers'  Union, PLMF Arts Management, Estonian Festivals Association.

Previous events took place in September 2012 in St. Petersburg, May 2013 in Berlin, January and February 2014 in London.

These contact events are a part of a project is supported by Enterprise Estonia and European Union Regional Development Fund.

Delegates from Estonia:

Marili Randla – Estonian Music Development Center - project coordinator

Marje Lohuaru – Estonian Music Development Center - project manager/ Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre - professor

Märt-Matis Lill – Estonian Music Development Center - member on board/composer/Chairman of Estonian Composers' Union

Tiina Jokinen – Estonian Record Productions/festivals Orient, Glasperlenspiel - managing director

Mail Sildos – Corelli Music – member of the board, artistic leader

Anna Maria Ranczakowska-Ljutjuk - Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre – coordinator of culture management masters program

Leelo Lehtla – PLMF Arts Management – CEO, founder/Estonian Festivals Association – member of the board

Tarmo Johannes – flutist/teacher at Georg Ots Tallinn Music School/ensambles Resonabilis, U:

Liis Viira – harpist/composer/ensemble Una Corda

Ene Nael – harpsichordist/chamber musician/teacher/ensemble Una Corda

Kristi Mühling – kannel-player/chamber musician/teacher/ensembles Resonabilis and Una Corda