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?
Jõhvi Ballet Festival is the most important cultural event of the year in Ida-Viru county! The guests of this year's 10th Ballet Festival come straight from China and Georgia.
"Human" ("Inimene"), the painting exhibition of Ilmar Kruusamäe (born 1957), the living classic of hyperrealism, is on display in Vana-Võromaa Culture Chamber.
Circus studio Folie wishes to infect as many children and youngsters with the circus bug as possible and is happy to bring a new contemporary circus production for children to the audience.
On Thursday, 6 April at 17.00 Aarne Mesikäpp's “Damn Tough Art Exhibition” will be opened in the monumental gallery of Tartu Art House.
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.
Estonian National Museum offers a chance to participate in a guided tour every Saturday starting on March 25. During the tour, the permanent exhibitions of the museum, "Echo of the Urals" and "Encounters", will be introduced.
Folk musicians from all around Estonia who love to make music together and play for dancing on talharpas once again meet in Tartu dance club.
Vilde Museum invites you to the first ever sound and word meditation. The opening evening of the series takes place on May 2, 2017, at 19:00, when the poet Doris Kareva and musician Mick Pedaja perform together for the first time.
On Friday, March 31, 2017, at 18 o'clock, painter Jane Remm's exhibition "Forest. Portraits" will be opened in Haus Gallery.
On April 25 to May 25, 2017, the German Embassy in collaboration with Goethe Institute and other partners presents the event series "German Spring".
One of the most popular musicals of all times may almost have not been written at all.
Opera by Giuseppe Verdi in two acts.
The Flower Fair will take place in Türi for the 40th time on May 19-21, 2017.
Directors: Peter Raymont & Nancy Lang
NuQ Treff is a festival of modern visual theatre with the goal of introducing and popularising modern puppet arts, preserving and continuing puppetry traditions and surprising with art forms we never even knew existed.
The Electronic Folk Music Festival, which takes place for the third time, again brings the most remarkable representatives of the genre to Viljandi Traditional Music Centre.
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.
Indiefest is an alternative music festival that brings the newest, most interesting and mind-blowing artists from Europe and Estonia to Tartu.
Culture Dessant is the festival organised by the students of the University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy for the fifth year already.