The 11th Tallinn Winter Festival will take place between 5th – 13th of February 2018
Traditional concert places include the House of the Blackheads, Hopner House and the Swedish St. Michael’s Church. The Festival helps to bring a little light to the dark month of February!
In 2018, the PLMF Music Trust will be 15 years old. To mark this occasion there will be a grand Gala Concert within the Festival on the 7th of February at the Estonia Concert Hall at 7PM.
Since 2006 the festival has taken a notice of the people in need in our society and we have created a good deed initiative with the motto “OPEN YOUR EYES, OPEN YOUR HEART” for this purpose. In 2018 we will help Old Town Music School together, to enable more children with special needs than until now to receive music education with the help of support persons. We are donating 25% of the festivals ticket earnings and we are inviting you to donate to our bank account : EE803300332069700006, NPO Training center for practicing musicians, with the keyword “Open your eyes, open your heart”.
In previous years the Festival has collected funds for the Käo center for children with disabilities for schooling music therapists and buying musical instruments, NGO Nirk to cover daily driving costs, the children of Saaremaa to buy musical instruments and Estonia’s top performers to purchase quality instruments. In 2017 we helped Tallinn and Harju County’s Union of Large Families with the purchase of a van for transporting food.
Classic Radio will live broadcast the 6th and 7th February concerts!
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Eivere manor, Irina Zahharenkova (piano)
Eivere manor, Anahit Nersesyan (piano, Armenia)
Paide Town Hall, Final concert of Summer Academy
Eivere manor GALA CONCERT Irina Zahharenkova, Anahit Nersesyan (Armenia), Izumi Tateno (Finland/Japan), Ralf Taal, Programme: Chopin, Liszt, Debussy, Sumera etc
1. September at 7 pm Town Hall Duo Anna-Liisa Bezrodny (viiul) ja Jan-Erik Gustafsson (cello, Finland)