Here from time to time I’ll be posting updates to give a little more insight on my work, random thoughts on other subjects as well as information on new projects and similar things.


Continue writing short sketches for solo guitar. Today morning came Third piece, dedicated to flowers, roses. Contemplating, smelling and touching them. In two weeks will be recorded and published! The set will be called “Moods”.

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… has undergone last improvements and now is under practice. I continue writing short sketches for solo guitar, which describe moments of life. 2. In CAFE is emotion that transmits two aspects of coffee drinking ritual: First – relaxed morning, smell of a Brazilian coffee and quietude, first sips and dark chocolate. Second – the contrast […]

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By the Seashore

Sat down to write few short sketches for solo guitar, which describe emotions and atmosphere of several moments of life. 1. By the Seashore, about 1,5min long composition to convey the emotion of walking by the sea. That one will be recorded and published on the YouTube during the upcoming week. Stay tuned!  

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Tallinn V Guitar Student Competition

ET Täna toimus Tallinna V kitarri õpilaste konkurss ja üks minu õpilastest sai 2. koha. Ta mängis kahte teost, millest üks oli tema enda kirjutatud. Mõnes mõttes ajalooline hetk, sest minu teada on see esimene kord, kui keegi mängib eesti klassikalise kitarri konkursil oma muusikat.   RU Сегодня состоялся V Таллиннский студенческий конкурс гитаристов, и […]

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The Jack Duo in concert!

Hi! Dear music lovers, The Jack Duo (Dmitri Timoshenko and Vahur Kubja) will give a concert in Old Town, Tallinn. The Old Town’s Music House has an old hall with good acoustic ideally suitable for classical guitar. This year The Jack Duo developed a slightly new approach to a concert event – a pleasant surprise awaits […]

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New (old) piece is finished

Long time since my last post. During that time few things happened: I wrote a set of “Pieces for Kids. Level I”, finished one of my older pieces called “A Tune”, which I was composing in 2015, but didn’t finish, went to a lecture of Patrick Zeoli (student of Abel Carlevaro) about the guitar technique. […]

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