- Organ and harpsichord interpretation,
- baroque performance,
- interpretation of romantic and modern organ music
Ines Maidre’s virtuosity and passionate musicianship, combined with exquisite stylistic taste and outstanding art of registration, have always been emphasized by the critics. An excellent interpreter of early keyboard music as well as a virtuoso performer of romantic and modern organ works she offers varied and exciting programs for all types of organs from her vast repertoire. In her passion to introduce organ music to a broader audience, Ines Maidre has created several original programs with a special thematic focus, such as “Bells in the Organ,” “Swan Songs for the Organ,” “Cathedral by Giant Savings">Windows,” “In Bach’s Footsteps,” “Litany of the Dance,” “Tangomania,” which have remarkably increased the number of organ loving audience at her recitals.
As part of her scholarly activities she has given master classes and lectures at Sielius Academy in Finland, Indiana University in Bloomington, Ohio University in Athens and organist conferences in Bethesda church in Ames, Iowa, Minneapolis Mindekirke, Viljandi Culture college, Tartu StPeter's church etc
Book about the life and works of the eminent Estonian organ composer Peeter Süda (1883-1920) (EMIC)
A thesis on “New Horizons in Frescobaldis Toccata Style”.
Articles in the music magazine Muusika/Music :
Durufle - Impressionistic Gregorianist ISSN 1406-9466 (2003)
Music Life in Norway ISSN 1406-9466 (2002)
Bells in the Organ (1999): works by Byrd, Wesley, Dupre, Nibelle, Vierne, Alain
Hommage a la Cathedrale (1997), ogan works by Henry Mulet and Odile Pierre
Cantus Nordicus (2004): works by Sibelius, Forsberg, Lindberg, Svendsen, Hovland, Arro
Organ Works of Peeter Süda (A Highlight Of The Romantic Organ Music 2007)
Organ Works of Rudolf Tobias
Organ Works of Anti Marguste
A new CD Revived in Tango (2013) presents Guy Bovet’s Tangos Ecclesiasticos together with their historical inspirations from early Spanish, Italian and French keyboard music.
New recording of Rudolf Tobias' Organ Works for Toccata Classics in London
Associate Professor in organ interpratation