TMW 2023 will take place on 10 – 14 May and the conference on 12 – 13 May 2023. The programme will be announced in spring 2023.
Fri, 12 – Sat, 13 May 2023 ┃ Nordic Hotel Forum, TALLINN
The TMW Creative Impact Conference will look into the impact of arts as an engine for the economy, while offering both inspiration, practical activities and networking opportunities to music professionals, artists, entrepreneurs and policymakers from different areas.
20.10.2022 Tallinn Music Week Conference 2022 Panel: Breaking out of the showcase circuit
22.08.2022 Tallinn Music Week Conference 2022 Opening Panel: The impact of music in crisis and conflict
12.05.2022 Tallinn Music Week 2022 draws 17,425 visitors to the Estonian capital Tallinn and the border city Narva
The TMW Creative Impact Conference 2023 addresses music-related topics from practical workshops and seminars to inspiring pop-culturology talks and cross-sectoral future visions.
The conference will take place in a hybrid format, enabling both online and onsite participation and activities. The programme will be announced from January to April 2023.
TMW 2023 PRO Pass (on-site and online access to the festival and conference) along with DigiPRO Pass (online conference access) and Supporter Pass are on sale at shop.tmw.ee.
Background and past years
Throughout the festival’s existence, the TMW conference has hosted numerous high-profile music experts and mavericks, including the legendary founder of Sire Records Seymour Stein, polymath musician Barry Adamson, influential managers Simon Napier-Bell, Marie Fredriksson, Edward Bicknell, and Peter Jenner; protest punk rock act Pussy Riot, artists-turned authors Viv Albertine (The Slits), John Robb (The Membranes), Bob Stanley (St Etienne), and acclaimed pop culture scholars like Simon Reynolds and Adam Harper.
Since 2016 the TMW conference has expanded from music industry topics towards a wider social agenda, inviting speakers like the entrepreneur and philanthropist Hamdi Ulukaya, artist and activist iO Tillett Wright, geneticist Lili Milani, MEP Julia Reda, city developer Gunvor Kronman, pioneering post-punk designer Malcolm Garrett, and many other visionnaires from different disciplines and walks of life.