As we all know, the first week of September tends to be hectic, but one must surely find some time to breathe and rest. Here are our recommendations on how. Have a great week!
Exhibition “Silence – Darkness. If we know what was, do we know what will come?”
27 Aug – 09 Oct
Tallinn Art Hall
This international exhibition at the Tallinn Art Hall brings together the work of nine artists, whose work speaks about the hopes and imaginings of an ideal world, but also the inevitable changes and ideological failures.
The New World Neighbourhood Festival 2016
03 Sep – 04 Sep
Uus Maailm District
The festival brings together inhabitants and friends of the New World district for a two-day festival full of music, great food, all sorts of craftsmen and other lovely things.
Estonian National Opera Theatre Market
03 Sep – 04 Sep
Estonian National Opera
The Estonian National Opera begins its season with a 2-day festival that introduces the new productions of the season as well as offers various theatre related treats.
Concerts by Estonian artists: Heili Rosin and ensemble Fresh
House of the Brotherhood of Blackheads
Heili Rosin on the flute and the ensemble Fresh consisting of Egert Leinsaar on the violin, Karin Sarv on the viola, and Villu Vihermäe on the cello will perform music by J. Feld, T. Takemitsu, F. E. Fesca and
W. A. Mozart.
Tartu St John’s Church
The concerts of Towermusic take place in a special intimate atmosphere – in the tower of Tartu’s St. John’s Church, on the organ balcony and feature different interesting musicians. This time Silver Sepp will perform and he always succeeds to amaze his audience.
Computer Museum – permanent exhibition
13 Aug 2016 – 31 Dec 2025
Their collection features many interesting objects – desktop, portable and pocket computers, terminals, components, calculators, software and books. Visit them, if you want to explore computing history or maybe play old computer games.