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Tallinn, Estonia
Ambient, Contemporary, Electronic, Folk, World

Maarja Nuut is a violonist and singer from Estonia. Her music combines traditional dance tunes, songs, and stories with live electronics to create an intricate layered soundscape in a space where minimalism and experimental music meet the musical traditions of long-lived times.

In her performance, Maarja searches for a lively and relaxed state like a cat poised to leap. She says this state "gives rise to music and makes me want to prolong being in the moment while altering ways of seeing, hearing and perceiving. It is always “now” and old tunes are as fresh as improvisations which were born a second ago”.

A special collaboration with Estonian electronic music composer Hendrik Kaljujärv will see Maarja’s hypnotic acoustic loops met with more edgy electronic sounds. Hendrik Kaljujärv has been actively present in different art forms, creating sound and music for drama and installations. Together they push boundaries and expand soundscapes of Maarja's latest album "Une meeles" that was released internationally spring 2016 and has reached great attention and appraise around the globe.



Tickets for the May 26 Vox Clamantis/Maarja Nuut concert at Koerner Hall will be available from the Hall,, by
phone at 416-408- 0208, or at the box office (273 Bloor Street W.) 

Maarja Nuut found the seam between dada and Baltic folk, her gorgeous songs riven with bizarre allegorical interludes and click-clacking horse noises.
— pitchfork