Eduard Tubin. Works for Violin and Piano. Vol 1
Magic of Sound (Ralf Taal)
Joy and Sorrow Unmasked (European Union Baroque Orchestra, Lars Ulrik Mortensen)
Locus amoenus (René Eespere)
The Best of Arsis Bells (Arsis, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Estonian National Male Choir, Aivar Mäe)
Faust (Ain Anger, Estonian National Opera)
Modigliani − the Cursed Artist (Estonian National Ballet, Risto Joost)
Tiina Jokinen – executive director of ERP, member of the board of the Estonian Institute of Buddhism
Born in Rapla, Estonia, 1961
1984 graduated from the University of Tartu, majoring in the English language and literature; postgraduate courses: Moscow Academy of Foreign Trade, 1987.
Professional career: 1984−1988 Estonian Ministry of Agriculture, specialist of foreign trade; 1988–1989 Estonian Academy of Sciences, research fellow in psycholinguistics; 1989−1996 SAS Tallinn, Riga, Saint Petersburg, New Delhi; 1997−2000 Carslon Wagonlit Travel Agency K, chairman of the board; since 2001 the executive director of Estonian Record Productions (ERP); since 2002 managing director of the festivals Orient and Glasperlenspiel.
Being a travel professional and having extensively visited many regions and countries over the world has written a number of articles about respective travel and culture, held lectures and arranged expeditions (including Silk Road Tour 2007, Arctica-Antarctica 2010, African Round), and also pilgrimages to the countries of Asia. Co-author of the book Search For The Soul Of Asia, 2000.
Knowledge of languages: fluent in Estonian, English, Russian and Swedish; speaks Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, German, French, Arabic and Tibetan; has also studied Farsi.
See also Tiina’s CV on the website of Estonian Buddhist Institute.
Download pics: in Kenya (jpg, 300 dpi, 700 KB), on the Song Festival Ground, Estonia (jpg, 300 dpi, 740 KB), in Scotland (jpg, 300 dpi, 770 KB), in Papua New Guinea (jpg, 300 dpi, RGB, 9 MB), in the desert of Yemen (jpg, 300 dpi, 943 KB), portrait (jpg, 300 dpi, 370 KB), in Antarctica (jpg, 300 dpi, 640 KB), on board MS Fram (jpg, 300 dpi, 1 MB). Photos by Peeter Vähi / ERP.