Sandra sillamaa

26-Sep-2019 00:40

Mängis rokkooperis "Jesus Christ Superstar" Maarja Magdaleenat. [redigeeri] Muusikaline tegevus Alates kaheksandast eluaastast mängis ta laste muusikateatris Colombina. Aastal 1992 toimus tema esimene ülesastumine professionaalsel laval Tim Rice'i ja Andrew Lloyd Webberi rokkooperis "Jesus Christ Superstar" Maarja-Magdaleena osas (lavastaja Neeme Kuningas, dirigent Tarmo Leinatamm, produtsent Makarov Muusik) Kui Eesti 1993 esimest korda Eurovisiooni lauluvõistlusel osales, valiti Eestit esindav laul välja tingimusega, et selle esitaja on Janika Sillamaa. “If not for Viljandi, we wouldn’t have a folk scene on the level we do.” Sillamaa adds, “It’s an inspiration for bands.If a young band goes to Viljandi, they get inspired to go on tour, and to play live – that’s certainly how I felt.” The band continues talking, and there is speculation about future ambitions. paints a new picture of a very old culture, and it seems it’s the band’s authenticity and enthusiasm that has the attention of so many new fans around the world.In the final, the winner was selected over two rounds of voting.In the first round, a jury panel and a public vote selected the top three to qualify to the super final.

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Sandra Vabarna (neiupõlvenimega Sandra Sillamaa; sündinud 29. Foto - Kibadi-kobadi kokku mingu, midadi-mädadi mättad tulgu, taevast tulgu, sisse mingu, ümmer männa mitsa-matsa, leiva peale litsa-latsa, ah, ah, ah, ah!Lastel lõbus tantsu lüia, võid ja pehmet leiba süia, ah, ah, ah, ah! Clitter-clatter, come together, splish-splash, clumps must come, come from the sky, get in the butter, round the whisk, squish-squash, onto the bread, split-splat, hah, hah, hah, hah!Of course, when you’re a teenager, you always want to have the one band.” After Trad. played to converted and unconverted alike at Tallinn Music Week, the band began preparations in earnest for a flight to China, with dates including the Sound of the Xity and Strawberry festival, then a stop-off in South Korea. “It’s kind of like when at the Viljandi Folk Festival you have a band from Mali coming.

Finno-Ugric traditional reels seem an odd bedfellow with Chinese folk culture, so one obvious question is how the band’s music would fit the vibe of the festival. When you go to China, as a band from the other side of Russia, it’s exotic for them, hearing Estonian and so on.

has been active as a band for just over two years, although all three members have long and varied histories on the Estonian folk scene.