Estonian National Museum
Tamil Nadu or the land of Tamils is a state in the southern part of the Indian peninsula. Tamil Nadu is known for its rich cultural heritage, ornate temples built during the reign of the Chozhas, sprawling churches and beautiful mosques. People of varied faith, practicing different religions belonging to a multitude of cultures live together in harmony. Chennai or as formerly known as Madras is a city with character. It is a melting pot of cultures where people from various other states seek out opportunities to realize their dreams. There is a rich history of the classical arts with the city grooming some of the finest Carnatic vocalists, dancers and percussionists.
4 – 10 Oct
This year’s program includes a number of documentaries about the greats of the fashion and art world. Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood, Yayoi Kusama, Christian Dior, Guo Pei and many others appear on the big screen to share their thoughts, accomplishments, setbacks and, above all, passion.
9 – 12 Oct
Estonian National Museum
In addition, the conference creatively examines the range of new and future roles we might productively employ in our respective and interconnected institutions.
9 -12 Oct
We invite you to enjoy the big festival gala where 10+ acts have limited time to perform their best material. You’ll also find festival specials of Komeediklubi English-language comedy night and Fopaa! Estonian-language one, and solo shows both in English and Russian. We’ll also be piloting a brand new comedy format.
5 – 12 Oct
Estonia Concert Hall
The festival will be held from October 5 to October 12, 2018, in Tallinn and artists include the best pianists in the world: Leif Ove Andsnes (Norway), Rudolf Buchbinder (Austria), Jeremy Denk (USA), piano duo Katia and Marielle Labèque (France), Brazil PianOrquestra, and many others.
The artistic director of the festival is Sten Lassmann.
Introduction by art scientist Triin Tulgiste.
11 – 13 Oct
Club of Different Rooms in Tartu Widget Factory
Five workshops suitable for participants with different dance experiences. Two seminars for listening, learning and contributing. Dance until the early morning hours all three nights.
Tallinn Art Hall Gallery
The tour is free of charge and is held in English. Tour starts at Art Hall Gallery
Tallinn Creative Hub
The UK duo made their name on the dance music scene with their smash hit ‘Cola’, which earned them a Grammy nomination and has since been popular in both underground clubs and on mainstream radio.
Doors open at 23:00.
Tallinn Philharmonic Society House of the Blackheads
The Norwegian Chamber Choir NOVA was founded in 2001 and they have gained recognition at numerous international choir competitions and won the Norwegian national cultural scholarship. The experienced and talented conductor of the choir, Tore Erik Mohn (1961), is looking for a choir’s unique sound and he is, in addition to classical music, open to more theatrical projects.
NUKU choir is a theatrical choir, which is open to staged projects as well as classical choral music.
Conducted by Tore Erik Mohn (Norway), Saale Kreen and Reeda Toots.
Programme includes Knoph, Britten, Grieg, Sandström, Pärt, Tulev, Kõrvits, Kaev, Tipp and others.