5 oldies but a goldies for you to enjoy this week

This week’s recommendation concentrates on events and festivals that have all ready happened at least once and will keep happening, because they are just very-very good!

MoeKunstiKino – Fashion Design Cinema 2017
05 Oct – 11 Oct
Cinema Sõprus

The Tallinn fashion film festival ‘MoeKunstiKino’ offers films that open the doors of glamorous and slightly mysterious fashion field and allow to peek into the backyards of this exciting world.

Golden Mask in Estonia 2017
05 Oct – 17 Oct
All over Estonia

The festival “Golden Mask in Estonia” is the most important cultural event of the year, interest towards which unites Estonian and Russian audience. The festival presents the nominees and winners of the recent seasons of the Russian theatre festival Golden Mask.

Viljandi Guitar Festival
10 Oct – 15 Oct
Viljandi

Viljandi Guitar Festival was created to promote improvisational and trans-style guitar playing and diversifying Estonian and Viljandi’s cultural landscape. At the festival, guests can listen to guitarists representing different music styles and acquaint themselves with different techniques of improvisation and playing, and types of guitar.

6th International A-Festival
12 Oct – 15 Oct
Tartu Student House

The festival, which is taking place for the 6th time, greets performances from Germany, Russia, Latvia, Belgium and Estonia. The audience will be able to experience physical theatre (Obsession of Stella Polaris, Tartu Student Theatre and Fairytale St. Peterburg movement theatre D.O.M) absurd comedy by Eugene Ionesco (The Bald Soprano, Polygon Theatreschool), Shakespeare’s tragicomic travel through the storm (The Tempest Studio-lab Milky Way/ Oryol Cultural Institute) and much-much more!

ENSO: presented by AUDI: The Maestro concert series
13 Oct
Estonia Concert Hall

This is an oldie but goodie in the sense that the name of the series has already occurred, but there is lots of new this season. The Maestro concert series is a true parade of stars. Conducting for the first time in Estonia are Thomas Zehetmair, the internationally recognized Austrian violinist and conductor, as well as Robert Trevino, a younger generation American conductor who has quickly gained international recognition and will start his second season as the principal conductor of the Basque National Orchestra.  And these great names are certainly not the only ones, so stay tuned.