Towers' Festival - music in the clouds

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.
More information along with the programme: Tallinn's Towers' Festival

COMMENTS

(name)


 
OFFERS OF THE DAY:
Holiday and travel offers 01.02.2023 - 08.02.2023 Trakai Castle tickets price list 2023 Trakai TIC
Since 1962, an exposition of the Trakai History Museum has been operating in the central building of Trakai Castle on the island, where you can wander around | More
Holiday and travel offers 02.02.2023 - 09.02.2023 “Following the Trails of Karaite History” Trakai TIC
Celebrating the Year of Lithuanian Karaims, Trakai Tourism Information Center has created thematic route “Following the Trails of Karaite History”. In this | More

About us | Advertising | Cooperation | Code of Ethics | Contact us | Copyright | Privacy Policy
All rights reserved © 2002 - 2023 BalticTravelnews.com | Design & maintenance © 2000 - 2023 1st-studio.com

 
Total Timed::0.10450792sec.