ESTONIAN MUSIC WEEK * 23 November – 3 December * Arvo Pärt * Veljo Tormis * Mari Kalkun * Peedu Kass Momentum * Kristjan Randalu * Kadri Voorand * Liisi Koikson * DOWNLOAD YOUR PROGRAMME GUIDE

Estonia 100 | An evening with Veljo Tormis

Estonia 100 | An evening with Veljo Tormis

The Estonian Music Week starts with Arvo Pärt and ends with the works of another great Estonian musician, Veljo Tormis.  The Creation of the World Concert by the Csíkszerda Choir and the concert will be preceded by the screening of a short film titled The Song Refound.

Related by sister languages. Estonian-Hungarian contemporary art exhibition

Related by sister languages. Estonian-Hungarian contemporary art exhibition

The exhibition at Ludwig Museum examines the points of intersection between Nordic, Baltic and Central-European history and experience in the present, where Estonia and Hungary are both building their futures within the bounds of the European Union.

Arvo Pärt’s exhibition opens at Három Holló with a concert

Arvo Pärt’s exhibition opens at Három Holló with a concert

The exhibition “Arvo Pärt. Renowned and Unknown”, exhibited recently at the Budapest Art Palace (Müpa), will travel to the Három Holló Cultural Centre on November 19.

Estonia 100 | Estonian Music Week

Estonia 100 | Estonian Music Week

Estonian top musicians perform on the prestigious stages of the capital of Hungary – the Estonia 100 anniversary programme ends with a series of concerts that introduce the finest Estonian music in three genres. The Estonian Music Week organized by the Estonian Institute in Hungary offers both famous names and a chance to find some new favourites.

Estonia for Me

Estonia for Me

The Estonian Institute in Hungary celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Estonian Republic’s gaining independence in a video series, in which the prominent figures and professionals of Hungarian cultural life speak about their experiences in Estonia and their cooperation with Estonians.

 

New books in the library

New books in the library

The library of the Estonian Institute keeps growing and expanding, so it’s definitely worth to pop in during opening hours. Prose and poetry, studies in cultural history, art albums, children’s books and periodicals await everyone.