Starting on October 21, 2016, the exhibition "Water Music and Other Pictures of Sound. Vladimir Tarasov" is open in Kumu Art Museum.
The documentary, which generated a furore in Sundance, starts with a brief insight into the essence of tickling competitions (?!), but quickly becomes a nerve-racking conspiracy thriller and a revealing study, the topics of which are far from funny.
On January 23, the internationally active pianist and composer Kristjan Randalu takes the stage with familiar, yet new music. He performs works that have been written for an international trio whose concerts have always been sold out in Estonia.
On 13 January the Tartu Art Museum opens the exhibition "Grey Area", which introduces the more avant-garde trends in Estonian contemporary comics.
Exhibition "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird" by the members of Serbian art association "Palanski Art" & artist-lectors and students of Tartu Art College.
From the first song festival through the Singing Revolution and beyond, music has played a fundamental role in Estonian history, culture and identity. But if every bird has its own song, as the Estonian saying goes, what of the artist?
Estonian Music Awards 2017 Gala is held in Nordea Concert Hall on January 26th.
Starting on January 20, 2017, the exhibition "Secrets of the Ancient Sea" is open in the Estonian Museum of Natural History. The exhibition invites you to explore the mysterious bottom of the sea from 600 million years ago to today.
On January 25–29 the documentary film festival DocPoint takes place in Tallinn cinemas Sõprus and Artis.
On November 30, the annual exhibition of the best Estonian nature photos will be opened at the TV Tower. The exhibition will display 60 large-sized photos that have received prizes at the Eesti Loodus magazine’s photography competition in recent years.
A voluminous exhibition of European ceramics will be opened at the Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design on 20 January.
Would you like to see more of Tallinn Opera House or learn about life of the Estonian National Opera and Ballet?
Starting on September 16, 2016, the exhibition "Soviet Midnight" by Raul Rajangu is open in KUMU Art Museum's Project Space, 3rd floor, A-wing.
Come to the 37th Tammsaare Hike!
People in the Kolkja village near Lake Peipus have rode kick sledges from generation to generation. This year, will continue the tradition.
Opera by Giuseppe Verdi in two acts.
The 17th edition of the annual Simple Session contest series, one of the worlds most prestigious action sports events will take on the heart of the notorious Nordic winter in 2017, taking place on February 4 –5, in Tallinn Estonia.
At Tallinn Winter Festival, superb guest artists from abroad as well as outstanding and recognised Estonian musicians, with whom PLMF has collaborated consistently for over ten years, will give unforgettable concerts.
The largest festival organised by youngsters for youngsters in Estonia brings talented and hard-working film enthusiasts to Rakvere High School in each February.
Concert series "Music of the Future".
TMW is one of Europe’s leading city festivals with a carefully crafted line-up of various art forms for a curious mind.
Live contemporary music in the galleries and exhibition halls of the Kumu Art Museum – right in the center of live contemporary art. Listeners will gain an inspirationally deep experience of the art, as well as the music.
17th Estonian Folk Music Arrangements Festival "Moisekatsi Elohelü" takes place on April 21-22, 2017, at Mooste Manor in Pôlva County.
Culture Dessant is the festival organised by the students of the University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy for the fifth year already.
The festival "Music Jam", which takes place from the year 2003 already, continues on its chosen path: introducing different styles and genres, enjoying concerts by professionals and offering possibilities of making music to youngsters.
The Estonian Jew's Harp Festival that takes place for the fourth time invites all the Jew's harp owners to make their first steps with Estonia's best Jew's-harpers on February 4, 2017, in Tallinn, club Sinilind.
535 years have passed since Anija Manor was first mentioned in historical records. To celebrate the anniversary, manors are welcome to present themselves at the Manor Culture Festival, a country folks fair will take place, and a lot else exciting.
Following the lead of the big opera houses around the world, the Estonian National Opera launches a series of baby concerts for children aged 0–3.
The winter concert season of Jazzkaar – Winter Jazz brings joy to the listeners from 10th February to 12th March, 2017 with 14 concerts in Tallinn, Viljandi, Tartu, Otepää and Haapsalu.