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Tallinn Music Week

27 Mar – 2 Apr 2017

TMW is one of Europe’s leading city festivals with a carefully crafted line-up of various art forms for a curious mind

Maria Faust has been awarded with the prestigious Danish culture prize

Denmark-based Estonian saxophone player and composer Maria Faust has been awarded with the prestigious Danish culture prize the Niels Matthiasens Mindelegat on 25th April. The award has been named after Niels Matthiasen, the long-term minister of culture of Denmark who served from 1971 to 1973 and from 1975 to 1980. The award has been previously […] Read more…
28th April 2016

TMW 2016 artist prize Telliskivi Creative City Award goes to I Wear* Experiment

Tallinn Music Week’s annual artist award goes to the Estonian electronica trio I Wear* Experiment. The prize, presented for the first time by the festival’s partner Telliskivi Creative City, includes 4000 euros, supporting the winners’ chance to further their potential for international breakthrough. The winner of the award was selected by TMW music industry delegates […] Read more…
19th April 2016

Tallinn Music Week drew nearly 35000 visitors

The city festival Tallinn Music Week (TMW) presented 250 artists from 30 countries to 34 676 music fans. The festival also offered discoveries of the city space, architecture, film, art, food and public talks. More than 1000 delegates participated at the TMW music industry conference and Creativity for Change Forum. The eighth edition of TMW […] Read more…
6th April 2016
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Early bird prices available for festival passes until 1st of December 2015 and for delegate passes until 2nd February 2016.

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This city is a study of sweet contrasts. Listed among the world’s top 10 digital cities, Tallinn’s Old Town is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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“Despite also being pretty dreamy, the Estonian capital of Tallinn feels about as permanent as destinations get. The UNESCO-certified Old Town district is an astonishingly well-preserved medieval city, encircled by majestic stone walls studded with conical red-roofed towers. Its interior is dominated by massive churches that range from the stern austerity of the huge St. Olaf’s to a fantastically gaudy Eastern Orthodox cathedral, both lined by peeling antique houses, colourfully painted streets and roughly cobbled alleys. All this makes the Old Town an intoxicating setting for the fleeting fun of a music festival.”

– John Rogers, The Quietus