Unconventional classical music

Photo: Renee Altrov

Unconventional classical music

The classical music scene in Estonia is alive and thriving with festivals, concert series and events in venues old and new, large and small, famous and unheard of. Internationally acclaimed conductors lead orchestras of skilled musicians to the pleasure of audiences. Come feel the thrill of the classics.

The Estonian National Opera House and Concert Hall

Photo by: Harri Rospu

Elite Concerts. Mozart

The brightest rising stars of Estonian chamber music world perform Mozart, "the most enlightening classic" in a series of monthly concerts including March 21st, April 18th, and May 9th, 2017. With affordable tickets, guests can take in chamber concertos year round in the grand Estonia Concert Hall, a Tallinn landmark.

TCO Chamber Music Brunchert

What do you get when you combine brunch and a concert? A Brunchert! On April 23rd, 2017 you can have a hearty brunch at the historical House of Blackheads in Tallinn's Old Town while listening to the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra play wonderful yet rare works. Food and drinks are included in the ticket price and children under 12 can tag along for free.

World class performances

Photo by: Mait Jüriado

Pärnu Music Festival

Pärnu Music Festival, a week long series of concerts and masterclasses organised by Paavo Järvi, son of esteemed Estonian conductor Neeme Järvi, draws music enthusiasts to the seaside town. Talented young musicians from Estonia and beyond flock to Pärnu to learn and perform in the Academy Orchestra, putting on concerts together with some of Europe's finest soloists. You can catch this unique festival August 10th - 17th, 2017.

Aside from the special concert series and festivals mentioned, be sure to check out other regular events from The Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and the concert halls in Tallinn, Tartu, Pärnu and Jõhvi.

Last updated : 14.11.2018

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