The organisers of the International Music Day provided the team with the information due to which we are again able to offer guidelines to music lovers as to which route to take on October 1.

The day could get an early music start by boarding the train from Keila to Tallinn, as at 7:56 a.m. already, mezzosoprano Triin Ella, accompanied on the accordion by Kristel Laas, starts singing.
After that, the road could take one from the Baltic Railway Station to Depoo market and Telliskivi Creative City, where the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra has divided itself into different small groups. Quite a lot of time can actually be spent in the neighbourhood, as music will sound there until 4:30 p.m.

If one feels like wandering farther in the meanwhile, then, for example, at 3 p.m. one could step into Kalma sauna, where Mati Turi will demonstate the power of his vocal cords and Hain Hõlpus his guitar strings.

There is also an option of walking back to the Baltic Railway Station at 1:15 p.m., hop onto the trolley-bus number 5 at 1:17 p.m. and listen to Liisa Koemets, a musician from the University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy.

There are definitely many routes that can be taken this day and even more of beautiful music to be heard, so if you do not fancy the suggested journey, look for additional information here.