The concerts of the National Male Choir are different this year. the central piece of the programme is an untraditional creation by Rasmus Puur, composed to celebrate the end of the Estonian 100th anniversary year, remembering the times when holidays were different. Christmas has always been important to us, which is why when times have been hard, people wrote many touching stories about that. About different Christmas.
Santa Clauses and elves from Estonia and abroad will come together once again! 100 Santa Clauses will be attending the conference dedicated to ESTONIA 100.
Come and take part in this great family event! We offer different concerts, shows, contests, and workshops for both adults and children.
If you enjoy good music and love sweet fairy tales – magical, mystical, beautiful stories – and if you believe in love, then Beauty and the Beast is the musical for you! Georg Malvius, Director
More information: https://www.visitestonia.com/en/the-musical-beauty-and-the-beast
In honour of the centenary of Estonian Republic, Tartu City Museum in collaboration with Tartu New Theatre will be opening a theatrical exhibition titled Rendezvous in Tartu on April 28th.
It has grown from the series of daily organ concerts which are held during the 1st week of January. The concerts programs present organ, instrumental, orchestral, choral, vocal and Christmas cantatas works by Johann Sebastian Bach. The festival concerts will take place in the large concert hall of the Niguliste Museum (Church of St. Nicholas) and the St. Anthony Chapel of this museum, where the most famous work of art in Tallinn has been preserved and is currently displayed – the fragment of the original wide painting of Bernt Notke's Dance Macabre (Dance of Death).
Multimedia art exhibition 'Monet2Klimt', which was opened in the heart of Tallinn's Old Town, presents more than 140 works of world heritage, authored by Cloud Monet, Vincent Van Gogh, and Gustav Klimt.
Instead of the framed images being hanged on the traditional white walls and in perfect alignment, a 360-degree exposition is presented to the audience. All of the paintings are animated and projected to gigantic walls with music and sound effects. The colourful 45-minute display can charm viewers of all ages and make them fall in love with paintings and art exhibitions.
SKMU - Sørlandets Kunstmuseum - in Kristiansand is engaged in a wide range of activities, which include displaying its art collection and temporary exhibitions with Norwegian and international art. In addition the museum has an extended educational program.
Norway's largest film festival aimed at children and youth.
Kristiansand International Children's Film Festival is an annual event in Kristiansand, Southern Norway. It is Norway’s largest film festival aimed at children and youth. It attracts a large local audience and a number of international guests.
In addition to films from all over the world, the festival also consists of workshops, seminars and special events.
Kristiansand Kunsthall (art hall) is located at the town square in the middle of kristiansand. In magnificent, spacious premises they continually have new, fascinating exhibitions of contemporary art by both national and international artists.
World famous Sissel Kyrkjebø from Bergen is back with a new Christmas concert. Sissel is known for creating a Christmas spirit that lasts well into spring.