You are in luck..again, because  in addition to many interesting festivals held this week,  there is also much beautiful  music to be heard by different stirring musicians.
Kumu Art Film Festival
29 Sep – 02 Oct
Kumu Art Museum
KuFF wants to show films that emphasise the specifics of room logic of the cinema and a gallery, which approach the film’s relations to exhibition space or architecture and concentrate on the artist’s self-expression methods through film.
Estonian Photographic Art Fair
29 Sep – 02 Oct
Telliskivi Creative City
The fair aims to introduce recent works of contemporary Estonian photographic artists and to offer information on strategies of collecting contemporary art. presents: TV tower jazz: Pae Kollektiiv
29 Sep
Tallinn TV Tower
Pae Kollektiiv is like a creative laboratory for a composer, where it is possible to try out one’s ideas. In 2013, the ensemble gave out its debut album, the presentation concerts of which were very warmly received.
International Music Day 2016
01 Oct
All over Estonia
The International Music Day promotes music culture and introduces musicians’ profession by making music events accessible to everyone. It puts musical art in the centre of our attention encouraging us think about the importance of music and its place in modern life. In addition to traditional music venues, concerts are held in some unexpected places such as hospitals, shopping centres, public transport, and many others.
Laul läts mõtsa
01 Oct
Varbuse Music Manor
The open air concert “Laul läts mõtsa” takes place in Varbuse Music Manors forest park. The real Estonian ethno-music enthusiasts from the ensemble Metsatöll, pop-folk softies from Ummamuudu, and the Metsamuudu Konnakoor, consisting only of the best choir musicians in old Võromaa, will come to the manor’s grove to send off the last summer day.
Researchers’ Night Festival 2016
26 Sep – 30 Sep
Researchers’ Night Festival TÖF is a festival with a colourful programme for the whole family that values knowledge and opens the door to the world of science and.
Concert by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
27 Sep
Estonia Concert Hall
Opening of the concert season with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (London). Artistic director and conductor Charles Dutoit.
Tartu Dance Club: Estonian accordions
28 Sep
Tiigi Society House
At the first meeting of the 2016/2017 season of Tartu Dance Club in Tiigi Society House, numerous accordion players from Ida-Harju and Lääne-Viru county as well as from around Tartu are playing for dancing.
Architectural exhibition “Who Creates the City?”
29 Sep – 04 Dec
Tartu Art Museum
Three galleries introduce the activities and spatial outcomes of the city government, the developers and the citizen activists. The fourth contains contemporary visual and textual works representing the notable locations of Tartu and shaping the face of the town.
Kihnu Violin Festival
30 Sep – 02 Oct
Kihnu Island
The violin festival gives the locals an opportunity to get to know the traditions of their island. Festival guests will hear the best violinists of Estonia honouring the violin traditions of Kihnu.