Youth

Tallinn Music Week 2024 takes place on 3 – 7 April. The city festival programme will be announced in steps from February.

Until then see below for last year’s programme:


Wed, 10th May
Põhja Konn (Telliskivi 60a/5)
For free

TMW Youth program invites the young festival audience to an engaging talk session to find out whether music has a gender and later that evening the band su/mi will take the stage.


18:00 – 18:50 Youth Talks: Does music have a gender? (In Estonian)

Does music have a gender? Does a musician have to express messages about being eitehr a female or a male artist or a gender neutral act? Are queer-friendly underground parties and clubs the only places where deviants can feel free and be themselves?

Speakers:

Gertrud Roos, musician, ensemble Ruudi

Eke Allikvere, musician, su/mi

Kxster, promoter of BÄM! choreographer and musician
Moderator: Gregor Kulla, composer and cultural critic

Photo: Vivian Avent

19:00 – 19:50 Live: su/mi

su/mi is a found family from Estonia creating electronic indie-pop. They have been making music together for two years, and released their second EP “Love Declaration” in March 2023.Their lyrics, in both English and Estonian, carry meaningful and important messages to make the world a better and brighter place. Their sound can be described as electro-pop meeting dramatic piano melodies, laced with lo-fi hip hop influences, and creating an intimate emotional rollercoaster.

Photo: su/mi