Arvo Pärt Centre

The work of Arvo Pärt has significantly changed our understanding of music and largely influenced the music of the second half of the 20th century everywhere in the world.

This unique building is in line with Arvo’s creative nature and is open to all music enthusiasts.

The goal of Arvo Pärt Centre is to preserve and explore the creative heritage of the composer in Estonia – his home country. The building includes a personal archive, a library, a 150-seat auditorium, an exhibition hall, a video room, and classrooms. Workshops and concerts are organised there as well. The guided tour is a good way to explore Arvo Pärt’s manuscripts or listen to his music.

The work of Arvo Pärt has significantly changed our understanding of music and largely influenced the music of the second half of the 20th century everywhere in the world.

This unique building is in line with Arvo’s creative nature and is

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  • Beautiful, tranquil, and interesting

    Located in the woods in a nice, quiet village about 20 minutes outside Tallinn. The building itself is gorgeous inside and out. They speak, and have materials available in, English. You're provided...

  • Amazing treat to visit

    Sad that when I was looking for this and other places in gorgeous Tallinn (the world's best preserved Medieval city) I kept hitting "Tallinn bar crawl" and that seems to be the kind of totally crass...

  • Absolutely beautiful place in the forest!

    I recommend everyone to visit this place - in the middle of forest there is an architectural masterpiece. Definitely borrow the audio guides (they are free, you just leave your ID there) you can...


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