Renate Keerd’s newest production The Persimmon of Burnt Fields promises to be a the physical-psychedelic introspective tragedy in the comic-poetic key. Or vice versa. Depending of your viewpoint.
Tartu University Art Museum introduces the human and divine aspect of the art of icons.
On 20 February, the exhibition “Death and Beauty. The Contemporary Gothic in Art and Visual Culture” will open at the Kumu Art Museum. Art that combines horror, beauty and the supernatural is rooted in Gothic culture.
The School of Rock at the Tartu Rock Club offers an alternative study of musical instruments. The specialties are guitar, bass guitar, drums, sound engineering and band studies.
A puppet show for adults.
Printmaking is a field in which Estonian artists started to be noticed internationally as early as the 1930s and again starting in the 1960s, when, with its innovative spirit, it was the leading art form.
Displaying antique collectibles assembled by the Hungarian folklorist, historian, translator and poet Aladár Bán from Estonia's bigger islands. Today the collection makes up a part of the Hungarian Ethnography Museum's Aladár Bán collection.
On 6 March 2015 at 6 pm, the exhibition The Dark Side of a Poppy (Ten Paintings of Flowers) by Laurentsius will be opened at the Vaal Gallery.
In addition to the star sculptors of the older generation, Riho Kuld and Ilme Kuld, the exhibition at the Rakvere Theatre also features the works of two young sculptors, Maigi Magnus and Rene Reinumäe, who have already gained recognition.
From 13 February, the Estonian Museum of Applied Art And Design in Tallinn will host the International exhibition of artistic bookbinding Scripta manent V "Young Estonian Poetry" .
The exhibition displays large-scale reproductions of Tallinn's defence wall, towers and gates that have not survived (Nunne, Viru, Väike Rannavärav, Duvel and Luhrenburg Towers etc).
The exhibition Roman Koolmar: From Oru Palace to the slums of Detroit opens at the Gallery of Museum of Estonian Architecture on March 11th.
On March 12, at 6 pm a new international exhibition Youth Mode will be opened in Tartu Art Museum, which asks about the essence of youth beyond generations. A performance by young Polish artist Krzysztof Bagiński will take place during the opening.
In today's world the viability of small communities and nations depends on their ability to make themselves visible globally.
Jõhvi International Ballet Festival was founded in 2006 and it is the only ballet festival in Estonia so far.
The vocal ensemble Heinavanker is a unique meeting point for musicians active in different fields.
Cast: ANTI KOBIN, MART MÜÜRISEPP, ANDRES ROOSILEHT, RIHO ROSBERG, KAISA SELDE, KATARIINA TAMM, TIINA TÕNIS, TAAVI TÕNISSON
"PromFest" is a festival for lovers of opera music. The festival was launched in 2005.
The director and the author of all of the dances is the dance instructor Andre Laine from Kanepi.
The festival "Sabatants" promotes and defines Estonian dance culture.
The selection of music featured at the Golden Classics concerts is dignified, professional and time-tested.
The song festival celebrates the 115th anniversary of the first Pärnu song festival. Artistic director and initiator Toomas Voll, director Kaili Viidas, texts by Helle Kirsi and artist Piret Bergmann (Pusa).
30 May 2015 at 5 pm in Kuusalu Secondary School's pine grove - the Kuusalu-Jõelähtme Song and Dance Festiva 2015 "Regilaul ja karuäke" is dedicated to the 85th anniversary of Veljo Tormis.
Kilometre of Sculpture (KoS) is an international outdoor art exhibition held every year in the public space of a regional city in Estonia. In 2015 it will be held in Võru, a city in southeastern Estonia.
A week-long festival promoting dance as a multifaceted cultural field. The festival's highlight is the celebration of the International Dance Day on 29.04.
Eesti Kontsert, in partnership with Change Performing Arts, a production company from Milan, have staged Adam's Passion, a composition of the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt and American stage director Robert Vilson, in Noblessner Foundry in Tallinn.
"Can I Be Mozart?" was the most awaited for event of the Russian Theatre's jubilee season. One of the boldest and most exciting performances - an audiovisual feast for the eyes and the soul.
The ensemble Naised köögis was born in the slum kitchens of Viljandi a few years back at a time all of the women lived there. It became a habit of getting together, cooking meals and looking after children.