From the beginning of April to the end of May, Viljandi Traditional Music Centre showcases the versatile photo exhibition about Transylvanian folk musicians by Hungarian photographer Béla Kása.
Engraving on glass in present-day Europe is diversified and multifaceted connecting both tradition and innovation.
The almighty Walpurgis Night has secrets to offer! When the clock strikes eleven, a secret world opens in front of you which you haven’t seen before.
NUKU Museum Exhibition "Puppets in NUKU" has put out a small part of theater set painter's puppet creations.
The festival that has taken place in Jõhvi Concert House since 2008 aims to develop the Estonian ballet education, promote top-level dance art in Ida-Viru county and introduce Estonian dancers who are today well-known on European stages.
The biggest genre film festival in the Baltics, Haapsalu Horror and Fantasy Film Festival (HÕFF) awaits all the guests and film-lovers in Haapsalu just as it’s waking from its winter hibernation.
The Coastal Trip in Haapsalu on Saturday, 30 April 2016, organised as part of the Year of Maritime Culture, will focus on the history and legends of the small city of Haapsalu.
Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky
The Art Museum of Estonia is the biggest local collector and buyer of contemporary art.
Tens of singers and songwriters from Estonia gather in Tartu for three days every spring in order to bring the thoughts and feelings turned into music before the audience.
Only few times a year it is possible to catch the magnificent setting of full Moon behind the old city of Tallinn and its towers and churches.
Once a year, on a Saturday evening in May, museums and other institutions of memory open their doors free-of-charge and at a later time than usual in order to celebrate the pan-European Night of Museums.
Kumu Documentary: "Inspiration" / "The Moon Hunter"
Traditional Keila Town Day and Spring Fair held on May 28 in Keila Central Square. You can sell handicraft, food and industrial products as well as flowers, plants etc.
The Estonian Choral Association will organise the second concert in the series Young Roots where today’s young conductors and their choirs perform.