Tenor German Gholami in Concert
Tenor German Gholami and pianist Margus Riimaa in concert
Saturday, 25 May 2019
German Gholami Torres-Pardo, a truly unique tenor, and fabulous pianist Margus Riimaa will perform at a concert-dinner at Alexander Restaurant. The concert will be followed by a delightful three-course dinner created for the occasion by Chef de Cuisine Stefan Berwanger.
Concert-dinner – 99 eur per guest including aperitif, concert and 3-course dinner
The concerts starts at 18:30 with an aperitif
The dinner lasts until approximately 22:30
Special offer – this weekend
Book any room type for 2 nights during this weekend and 2 seats for the concert-dinner with German Gholami and receive a rebate of 20% from accommodation.
Reservations are required; limited seats available!
For reservations or inquiries please contact our Guest Relations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or dial +372 45 48 800.
Germán Gholami Torres-Pardo
Germán, born in Madrid Spain, started at early age with violin and later with flute. Studying under the wing of his parents, Germán developed his voice as Tenor thanks to his mother María. Educated as a music teacher, he has participated at University of Alcalá and Tartu Vanemuine choir (2012-2016). He has participated in masterclasses with great teachers as Berle Sanford Rosemberg in 2015 to 2017 (Bel canto master teacher and coach of the main Opera House in Hungary) and at Vanemuine theater with Jenni Antvelt in 2015 to 2017 (La Scala Theater’s coach and Giuseppe Verdi High Conservatory teacher).
Margus started started playing piano at the age of 6 and continued his passion at Tallinn Music High School under the supervision of P. Paemurru and L. Väinmaa. He received his education in the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, got a diplom in Music Academy Köln and with masters degree Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburg USA. He has won various awards and played on many stages throughout the whole world – Estonia, Finland, Italy, Germany and USA. At the moment he works at Theatre Vanemuine as concertmaster.