There is a great week ahead of us, full of many lovely events. Have a good time and enjoy the spring!
Concert by Kärtseptsioon
Kuressaare Town Hall
In spring 2016, course mates Kärt Männa and Kärt Anton decided that the second line on the ID-card is not the only thing to share. Their common interest towards experimenting with electronics and playing with soundscapes joined the namesakes to the duo Kärtseptsioon. We are recommending them not only because of the music, but also a witty name.
Presentation of Sten-Olle’s album “Kaustik”
04 Apr – 06 Apr 2017 /07 Apr
Tallinn/Culture Club BAAS
Sten-Olle is a musician from Rapla, who has created enough new songs to fill his second album, titled it “Kaustik” (“Notebook”), and is going to launch it at concerts taking place in the beginning of April. The album presentations take place as home concerts in cosy and intimate places to match the atmosphere of the album.
Kumu Documentary: “Weekends”
Every weekend, a group of gay men gathers in the heart of Seoul, Korea to sing. They are more like a bunch of amateurs than a trained choir, but they sing for equality and against discrimination towards sexual minorities in Korea.
XXVIII Trumpet Days in Tallinn 2017
27 Mar – 04 Apr
You read that right, trumpet, not Trup Days. But actually it is a great event for a wonderful instrument.The festival organised by Aavo Ots Music Studio offers trumpet concerts.
Code: Debugging the Gender Gap
University of Tartu Narva College new building
Tech jobs are growing three times faster than our colleges are producing computer science graduates. By 2020, there will be one million unfilled software engineering jobs in the USA. Through compelling interviews, artistic animation and clever flashpoints in popular culture, CODE documentary examines the reasons why more girls and people of color are not seeking opportunities in computer science and explores how cultural mindsets, stereotypes, educational hurdles and sexism all play roles in this national crisis.
Tallinn Book Fair 2017
06 Apr – 08 Apr
Estonian National Library
The National Library of Estonia and the Estonian Publishers’ Association invite everyone to the annual spring book fair in the National Library. Both small and big book lovers are welcome. A big book sale takes place and many different events are held, including book launches, meetings with authors, and workshops for children. In addition, exciting seminars and trainings take place. Almost 30 publishing houses offer books with special prices. Come with the whole family and spend time with books and knowledge, we at culture.ee are all for that!
ENSO: Music of the Future
Estonia Concert Hall
Silence of the North Wind. Estonian Music Days.
(pre-concert talk and chamber performance) Liisa Hirsch, Timo Steiner, Tauno Aints, New works (premieres)Lepo Sumera
Symphony No. 4 “Stella borealis” (1992), Erkki-Sven Tüür Cello Concerto (1996) Theodor Sink (cello) Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. Conductor Kristiina Poska.
Spring concert “Listen to the Spring” by Tartu youth choir and chamber choir Helü
Tartu University Assembly Hall
The joint concert of the two choirs offers versatile choral music. The composers represented include Michael Berkeley, Sergei Tanejev, Tõnu Kõrvits, Markus Leppoja, Knut Nystedt, Jean Sibelius, Olav Ehala, Eric Whitacre, Pärt Uusberg, Ko Matsushita, Jake Runestad.