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Sound and dusk festival "Night of the Estonian National Museum"

Vernal equinox brings sound and dusk festival to the Estonian National Museum.

On Saturday, March 24, 2018, the first sound and dusk festival "Night of the Estonian National Museum" will be held at the Estonian National Museum. The festival is dedicated to the vernal equinox and invites you to listen how the time flows in both the sound and the word.

Night of the Estonian National Museum opens the mysterious corners of the museum with seven concerts, which are connected through the Estonian National Museum's timeline.

The first Night of the Estonian National Museum is honoured by the premiere of the verbal musical "Pööriööriööriöö", where the texts of writer-semiotic Valdur Mikita capture the audience through the improvisational worlds created by Robert Jürjendal and Kaido Kirikmäe. The trio is accompanied by mixed choir K.O.O.R. under the baton of Raul Talmar.

The same night also includes the solo concert of Vaiko Eplik and the performances by silver-voiced Myrra Rós from Iceland, the fantasy musician Silver Sepp, the duo Puuluup who mixes hiiu kannel electronics, and Haldi who successfully debuted with the album "Raba" in 2017. At the relaxation area of the Kukemuru Ambient Festival ensemble Verde lead by Finnish veteran electronic Mika Rantala lets the sounds flow.

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