On Sunday, the 17th of November at 4 p.m., Peeter Malkov and his orchestral alto flute will perform at the Tallinn Art Hall as part of the SOOLO series!
MALKOV, Peeter (1 August 1957 Tallinn), flutist and pedagogue. Graduated from the Ots Music School in (teacher Kaljo West) and from the Tallinn Conservatoire in 1988 (Samuel Saulus’ class). Won first prize at the competition of Estonian Players of Wind and Percussion Instruments in 1986. Was a member of the Helikon wind instrument orchestra at the Kirov Experimental Fishing Kolkhoz from 1977 to 1979; and a member of the The Estrada Orchestra of Estonian Public Broadcasting from 1981 to 1987. Played with the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra from 1991 to 2006 (as of 1996 the concertmaster of the flute section).
During the 1999/2000 season, was the concert master of the flute section of the Oulu City Orchestra. From 1989 to 1991, taught at the Tallinn State Conservatory, and since 1997, at the Ots Music School. He has performed as a soloist, and cooperated long-term with Lille Randma, with whom he has also recorded the works of Estonian composers at Estonian Radio.
Has participated in various chamber music ensembles, including the J. Tamm Wind Instrument Quintet (1990-93) and played in the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra. Served on various musical juries in Estonia and Latvia. Since 1979, has participated as a flutist and singer in the ensemble called Propeller, for which he has also composed songs (“Eila veel”, “Mona-Lisa’s Smile”). He played the flute and keyboard instruments in an ensemble called Kaseke (LP Põletus 1983, 2000 CD Põletus-Sõnum in 2000) and with other groups. Played saxophone and flute in Anne Veski’s show band called Nemo and in the group called Ultima Thule. Played in a trio with Riho Sibul and Robert Jürjendal (2006 concerts in Estonian Concert) and in a duo with Margus Kappel. CDs – Sisemonoloog (1999; music for the flute by H. Eller, E.-S. Tüür, E. Tubin and K.
Sink), and in issued a CD called Samuel Saulus and Lood on Halvad (2014) with the group called MRK Pact (M. Kappel, T. Rull, P. Malkov). His latest solo CD called Teiselpool flööti was issued in 2017.