Music will fill the air at the Tallinn's Towers' Festival, August 29 to 31.
Taking to the stage are local singer Hanna-Liina Võsa, saxophone player Lembit Saarsalu, accordion player Jaak Lutsoja and organist Merle Kollom.
A variety of music from classical, to musicals numbers, to jazz and church music will be performed at the opening concert at the Swedish St. Michael's church. It's a taste of how the most valued musical creations can be interpreted in a surprising and colourful way. On the programme are classical interpretations by; Bach, Caccini, Altmanis, Saint-Saéns and new variations of beloved Estonian song creations by; Kreek, Arro, Härma, Naissoo and Rannap.
For four different timbres of sound, saxophone, accordion and organ will create exciting noises enriched with the clarity of soprano singer Hanna-Liina Võsa, the improvisation ability of Lembit Saarsalu and Jaak Lutsoja and virtuosity of Merle Kollom.
This August 30 and 31, the silhouette of Tallinn's towers play host to a series of beautiful concerts.