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Kukemuru Ambient Festival

4. juuli 2020

"More sound, less music" – Kukemuru Ambient Festival focuses on naturally presenting the ambient culture (music, visual art) in a natural environment and therefore, creating an organic cohesion between contemporry culture and nature. Within five years, the festival has presented various ambient music from around the world – among others, the following have performed there: Biosphere from Norway (an internationally renowned artist), the founding member of Cabaret Voltaire, and Chris Watson, leading recorder of wildlife in the world.

Järva vald Väinjärve küla

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Marion Melnik, Kadi Jürgens, Aare Saal, Tiia Tenno - XXVIII Rapla Kirikumuusika Festival / Rapla Church Music Festival

6. juuli 2020

XXVIII RAPLA CHURCH MUSIC FESTIVAL 2.07. - 12.07.2020 FESTIVAL PROGRAM:  2nd of July at 7 PM Rapla ChurchFESTIVAL OPENING CONCERT “PÄRT & PÄRT”VOCES TALLINN CHOIR AND ORCHESTRAconductor Risto JoostProgram: Arvo Pärt Silouan's Song and Adam’s Lament, Pärt Uusberg Song of Praise and Praise the Benevolent God * The concert will be preceded by a conversation-meeting at 6 PMwith the patron of the festival EELC archbishop Urmas Viilma 3rd of July at 7 PM Märjamaa ChurchVocal ensemble HEINAVANKERFeaturing Ester Erikson, Saale Kreen,Johan Randvere, Christopher Staak,Vambola Krigul, Margo KõlarProgram includes renaissance vocal polyphonies  4th of July at 7 PM Vahastu ChurchFROM BACH TO PÄRTARSIS HANDBELL ENSEMBLEFeaturing Marge Saarela, Kristel Linnutaja,Lemme-Liis Elp, Tiina Boucher, Innar Mihhailov,Mart Schifrin, Margus Bubert, Aivar MäeProgram: Bach, Tchaikovsky, Eller, Kõrvits, Pärt etc. 5th of July at 7 PM Rapla Culture CenterORATORIO AND OPERA GALAPille Lill (soprano), Aare Saal (baritone, NO Estonia),soloists of the Rapla International Summer School for SingersPiia Paemurru on the piano 6th of July at 7 PM Käru ChurchMarion Melnik (soprano), Kadi Jürgens (mezzosoprano),Aare Saal (baritone, NO Estonia), Tiia Tenno (organ) 9th of July at 7 PM Hageri Brotherhood Prayer HouseOVER THE MOUNTAINS OF TIMEMargot Suur (vocals), Taavo Remmel (double bass),Ahto Aabner (percussion), Tõnu Naissoo (piano),Jaan J. Leppik (reciter)Program includes Jazz Vespers * The concert will be preceded by a conversation-meetingat 6 PM with Tõnu Naissoo 10th of July at 7 PM Kehtna ChurchCLARINET DUOMarten Altrov and Martin Kuusk 12th of July at 7 PM Rapla ChurchFINAL CONCERTESTONIAN VOICESFeaturing Mikk Dede, Rasmus Erismaa,Maria Väli, Mirjam Dede,Aare Külama ja Kadri VoorandProgram: Voorand, Külama, Väli, Tormis etc.  *********  * 1.07.-5.07. Rapla International Summer School for SingersPille Lill (soprano), Aare Saal (baritone, NO Estonia),Monika Hauswalter (vocal coach, Germany/Estonia),Piia Paemurru (piano) The organisers of the festival recommend to buy tickets from pre-sale, because due to the emergency situation the amount of the seats for the concerts are limited!  The festival began in 1993 in collaboration with Finnish church musicians with the aim to introduce the world's rich music heritage to the festival audience. Over the years, a number of works belonging to the golden fund of classical music and a number of grand oratorios have been performed. In 1997, the festival exited the walls of the Rapla St. Mary Magdalene Church, and the reach has spread to other Estonian cities and counties. Music on a professional level has also been performed in small village churches and beautiful mansions of Rapla County. The festival has been attended by a majority of the Estonian music elite and foreign performers from around the world. Since 2010, the International Rapla Summer School has been organised in the framework of the festival with master classes for singers, string and brass players as well as conductors. Since that same year, the artistic director of the festival is the opera singer and the creator of the music trust with her own name, Pille Lill, and the organiser is PLMF. The festival has been awarded with the EFFE quality label of the European Festivals Association in 2015-2018.

Türi vald Käru alevik Viljandi mnt 6a

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Opinion Festival / Arvamusfestival

14. august 2020

Opinion Festival takes place in Paide on August 7-8. 2020 The seventh Opinion Festival brings discussions and debates to life in the ideal environment, inspiring people to create new ideas and deeds, bringing them together. Through this, the Festival aims to develop a culture of discussion within society. We invite everyone toparticipate, so that the many different voices and opinions of people in Estonia will be heard in discussions.  Entrance to the Festival is free!

Paide Paide linn Tallinna tänav

Pärt Days in Paide: Pärt & Kreek & Tulve | Nargen Festival

7. september 2020

The Nargen Festival, founded by Tõnu Kaljuste, is the longest and most diverse summer cultural festival in Estonia. The festival offers its own culturally diverse programme – from folk music to the best of classical music.

Paide Paide linn Keskväljak 1

From 14€

Viking Window Paide – Türi public race

27. september 2020

A popular public sporting event, taking place for the 39th time. It is possible to run different distances and take part in various competitions of varying degrees of difficulty. To learn more about your favorite distance, go to the competition website.

Paide Paide linn Pärnu tänav 18

From 15€

Türi Flower Fair

21. mai 2021

As it has for decades, the start of the peak season of spring gardening in Estonia is marked by the Türi Flower Fair, held on the fields on Kalevi Street in Türi. There are 700 merchants at the fair and it is visited by tens of thousands of visitors. Represented at the fair will be gardening companies, forestry schools, and private gardens, all with special offers designed to help gardeners improve their gardens. There is a wide range of plants, gardening tools, and household goods. Craftsmen also offer all kinds of handicraft items. There will also be a traditional fair programme.

Türi vald Türi linn Kalevi tänav

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Türi Flower Fair

22. mai 2021

As it has for decades, the start of the peak season of spring gardening in Estonia is marked by the Türi Flower Fair, held on the fields on Kalevi Street in Türi. There are 700 merchants at the fair and it is visited by tens of thousands of visitors. Represented at the fair will be gardening companies, forestry schools, and private gardens, all with special offers designed to help gardeners improve their gardens. There is a wide range of plants, gardening tools, and household goods. Craftsmen also offer all kinds of handicraft items. There will also be a traditional fair programme.

Türi vald Türi linn Kalevi tänav

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Türi Flower Fair

23. mai 2021

As it has for decades, the start of the peak season of spring gardening in Estonia is marked by the Türi Flower Fair, held on the fields on Kalevi Street in Türi. There are 700 merchants at the fair and it is visited by tens of thousands of visitors. Represented at the fair will be gardening companies, forestry schools, and private gardens, all with special offers designed to help gardeners improve their gardens. There is a wide range of plants, gardening tools, and household goods. Craftsmen also offer all kinds of handicraft items. There will also be a traditional fair programme.

Türi vald Türi linn Kalevi tänav

From 2€