Category Archives: Lenna Kuurmaa

Hommik Anuga

On Sunday ETV will broadcast the newest episode of their morning show “Hommik Anuga”, where Lenna Kuurmaa, Ingrid Peek and Roy Strider will talk about their trip to Mongolia. This time, during recording of the show, Lenna was accompanied by her eldest daughter Ami, who, as you can see in the video below, seems to […]

Lenna about Vanilla Ninja’s reunion

Lenna Kuurmaa, who is recently being bombed with questions whether Vanilla Ninja will make a come-back, says that the girl trio’s reunion has not been decided yet. We have been discussing it and thinking it over, that’s true. But nothing has been established yet. Just ideas.

Lenna: Ending co-operation with David Brandes was a bad move for Vanilla Ninja

A few days ago, Estonian Kanal 2 displayed the first episode of a two-part study „Eesti staarid suure läbimurde ootel”, in which the former Vanilla Ninja vocalist, Lenna Kuurmaa, admitted that ending the co-operation with producer David Brandes was a bad move for the band. We were very well taken care of after all. We […]

Õnnega koos

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Lenna made all the music lovers happy with the new single “Õnnega koos”, music to which was composed by her partner, Robert Vaigla.

You can say that musically this song is different from what the listeners are used to. – says Vaigla. This arrangement, maybe a little more electronic, suits the song best. – the music composer is sure.

This track, as the title says, is about finding happiness and recognizing it. – says Lenna Kuurmaa, who wrote the lyrics to the song. In our opinion, music and lyrics form nice synergy. We hope listeners will feel the same way. – adds the singer.

The video to “Õnnega koos” was already recorded and is now being mastered by one of the best directors in Estonia, Hindrek Maasik, who directed the music video to Stig Rästa and Elina Born’s hit “Goodbye to Yesterday”.

Lenna is going back to school!

Singer Lenna Kuurmaa, who settled down in Setomaa a few years ago, is now taking a distance learning course on textile handicraft at Räpina Aianduskooli. I have always been interested in ethnic handicrafts. Now seems to be the right time for further education and self-development. – Lenna told Kroonika.