Tallin Music Week is on in various venues across the Estonian capital, running April 2 to 8.
A weeklong “celebration of talent, curiosity, creativity, freedom and equality,” the event is in its 10th year and features art, music, design and more from Eastern, Western and Central European communities. There will be a number of things going on around the city, including screenings and exhibitions at Positiiv, Okapi, Temnikova & Kasela and Vaal, as well Anna Slama and Marek Delong’s Sticky Moment at EAA Gallery, with a talk by gallerist Keiu Krikmann on the Tallin Tuesday, April 3.
The vast music schedule includes sets by GNUČČI, Regret, Samuel Kerridge, Kate NV, Hatis Noit, ZRN and myspace01, as well as Aleksei Taruts and Maria Minerva, and there will be a series of talks and panels, which includes AQNB editor Steph Kretowicz (aka Jean Kay).
See the Tallin Music Week website for details.**