Edmar TUUL (conductor) is a young, acknowledged Estonian conductor who won the Gustav Ernesaks student scholarship in 2014 and won the 3rd place in the 4th Estonian competition for young choirmasters in the same year. In 2017, Tuul conducted male youth choirs at the 12th Estonian Youth Song and Dance Celebration “Mina jään” (“Here I’ll Stay”). In 2007, he established the Reaalmažoor Youth Orchestra with the composer Rasmus Puur. Seven records were released in the ten years in operation, the opera Katuselt was staged with the NO99 theatre in 2011, and concerts were recorded for the Estonian Public Broadcasting. Since 2015, Tuul has repeatedly conducted the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra in the series Noorte filharmoonia and, in 2017, he debuted with the Estonian National Opera Orchestra and gave his first full concert with the Estonian National Male Choir. In the 2017/2018 season, Edmar Tuul was the head conductor of the string orchestra of the Pärnu Music School, the Pärnu Regional Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Kadri female choir of Kuusalu, and the Tallinna Raekoor choir, and the assistant conductor of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. Tuul has also conducted the Gstaad Festival Orchestra, the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, the Tallinn Music High School Symphony Orchestra, the Pärnu City Orchestra, the Estonian National Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of Estonian Music Teachers, and the choir of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. He has cooperated with the Estonian National Opera, the NO99 theatre, the NUKU puppet theatre, the Estonian Music Days, and the Pärnu Music Festival. Edmar Tuul has studied and developed himself under the supervision of conductors such as Tõnu Kaljuste, Neeme Järvi, Kristjan Järvi, Gennadi Roždestvenski, Colin Metters, Achim Holub, Lukas Groen, and Leonid Grin.