In connection with the Estonian Film 100 anniversary, the Estonian Museum of Architecture has put together an exhibit on local cinema architecture.
"RegiÖÖ" is the traditional festival of archaic creation in Tartu, Estonia, revolving around the ancient worldview of the nations of the Baltic Rim and ancient Norse.
The Baroque Ironwork is a traditional summer season opening event at the Northern Yard.
The exhibition "Ars moriendi – the Art of Dying" concentrates on the memorial, funeral and sepulchral cultures of the medieval and Early Modern periods, focusing on the reflection of these topics in the ecclesiastical art of the periods.
Orissaare small borough
A display of Maria Reppo's paintings and postcards.
MUSICA SACRA is a concert series featuring professional musicians of Pärnu.
Overview exhibition about Estonian industrial architecture.
The exhibition displays works by Anu Raud from the collections of the Estonian National Museum, Estonian Applied Art and Design Museum, Estonian History Museum, Pärnu Museum of New Art and private collections.
The exhibition „Dangerous Wildlife: Myths and Reality“ at the Estonian Museum of Natural History familiarizes you with the real dangers that can be faced in Estonia’s nature and dispels widespread myths.
Tartu Indiefest brings to the audience indie music from Estonia and abroad as well as related films and discussions. The festival showcases indie artists as well as indie culture in general.
The good old annual spring festival May Lily Days comes again. This time dedicated to the matter of fame.
Haapsalu Town Gallery invites everyone to Michael Franz' exhibition "Mein Estland".
The title of Juss Piho's (b. 1963) exhibition "Transitions" refers to the artist's anniversary - 50. At the same time the exhibition celebrates 20 years of personal exhibitions.
The Estonian Theatre and Music Museum houses an exhibition about the museum's staircase displays in the past ten years.
This international exhibition examines gardens and parks as places with nature designs by humans, and their functioning in culture and contemporary society.
The display features photos of over 30 architectural monuments in North-Eastern Estonia taken by the photographer Andrei Popov.
In the summer season, beautiful concerts take place in the tower of St John's Church every Tuesday night at 9.
Kuressaare Castle Days, held from 2001 to 2010, have been renamed Night at Kuressaare Castle. In 2013 the castle days take place for the third time.
The festival presents fascinating music and superb guitarists from Spain, Brazil and elsewhere.
Leigo Lake Music is a unique festival in the whole of Europe - the combination of beautiful nature and lovely music creates lasting impressions. Every year, the festival brings together enthusiasts of classical and folk music.
Hiiumaa Folk Music Festival started off as a one-day festival on the Kassari swinging ground in 2005 and has grown into a four-day festival taking place all over the island.
The fifth festival brings together over 30 street organ players from six different countries. The festival sites and venues are Tartu Town Hall Square, the lovely parks in the Old Town, St John's Church and several museums.
Six successful "Schillings" demand that there must be a seventh. One of the best-loved Estonian small festivals is going to take place this year as well.
Every year in July hundreds of dancers, musicians and singers from Estonia and other countries travel to Võrumaa, offering us the opportunity to experience their folklore.
The Festival of Estonian Composers is the biggest Estonian contemporary music festival, introducing a vast selection of recent Estonian music and premiers of new works, performed by leading musicians.
This is the 20th August Blues Festival held since 1993. The festival has always had a great performers’ line-up with top musicians arriving from 30 different countries, including the world’s leading blues musicians.
The song festival celebrates the birth of the song festival tradition in Saaremaa 150 years ago as well as the 25th anniversary of the national male choirs’ song day and the 450th anniversary of the date when Kuressaare gained its city rights.
The Türi Spring Festival, the seventh, provides a rich cultural contribution to the unique spring atmosphere of the Estonian Springtime Capital Türi.
Best performers, beautiful concert venues, excellent films, lovely murmur of the sea and the whitest nights in the year - the White Nights Festival in Viimsi!
The Käsmu concert series celebrates its 5th anniversary, introducing a versatile and top quality music programme from June 2 to 13.
Palmse Manor Music on the Palmse Manor pond is an experience, where nature, music and the most prestigious manor ensemble in Estonia come together.
Come spend a special weekend at the creative centre AmbulARToorium, which is located in Vana-Kasepää by Lake Peipsi among the Old Believers' villages.
Estonians have always celebrated Midsummer Night and the bonfire night preceding it. It is one of the best-loved holidays and the customs and traditions are worth remembering.
Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Choral conducting students of the Tallinn Georg Ots Music School Texts: Riina Roose Conductor: Heli Jürgenson
The 2013 folk festival celebrates the richness of a culture and is held in Seto, Meremäe as part of the Estonian Peoples' Day. Introduction to different folk cultures and joint activities.
The Hanseatic Night Party features Svjata Vatra's album presentation concert. Dance music by DJ Daysleeper.
The Good Home Days opening night features performances by Bonzo and Jaan Pehk as well as traditional food snacks.
Appearing: Lasse Funch Sorensen – drums, Michal Nienadowski – bass, Brian Massaka – guitar and Britta Virves – piano.
The party is an old-fashioned undertaking as they used to be organised by Estonian village societies in the 1920s.