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Reval Folk: Juhan Uppin

This time Reval Folk invites everyone to listen to some truly Estonian music. On the 20th of April at 7 p.m. we have the honor of welcoming the king of Estonian squeezebox – Juhan Uppin – to Old Town Music House in Tallinn.

The concert hall of Old Town Music House (Vanalinna Muusikamaja) is a very special place for Juhan Uppin because his musical career started from here. Before he even entered school, he started learning the traditional Estonian harp (väikekannel) from Tuule Kann. This is also a reason why he will make a gesture for väikekannel on his concert. He will also play squeezebox tunes from his fourth solo album, which will be released soon.

The concert will be introduced by Juhan’s first teacher – Tuule Kann, and by Ekke Madis Tombu, a 7th-grade student from Collegium Educationis Revaliae (Old Town Educational College in Tallinn).

The evening will finish with a jam session by the Squeezebox Club of Tallinn.

With this concert, Reval Folk also celebrates Estonia’s 100th birthday. This will be the 6th Reval Folk concert this season.

The doors open at 6 p.m.

Café Koloniaal will be on location to guarantee your comfort if you arrive earlier. You are also very welcome to join the concert with your families! During the concert, we have activities for children if they feel uncomfortable in the main hall.

Listen to Juhan Uppin:

"Meremehe seiklus"

"Ainult sulle – päkarauakandlel"

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