Social events

Concert and welcome reception

Wednesday, September 1, 2021, 18:00. Venue: Great Hall of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre.
Included in the conference fee.

Concert-performance “Infinite Blue Heights”

Vittoria Ecclesia (clarinet), Ilana Lode (piano), Ksenia Rossar (soprano), Anneli Tohver (harpsichord), piano duo Tiiu Sisask – Maila Laidna, string quartet Prezioso: Robert Traksmann (violin), Mari-Katrina Suss (violin), Helena Altmanis (viola), Andreas Lend (cello)
Stage Director Ingmar Jõela
Video Artist Alyona Movko-Mägi
Head of the Technical Team Nikita Šiškov
Artistic Director Marje Lohuaru
Works by Debussy, Chin, Albini, Ho, Maimets

The concert will be followed by a reception at the Great Hall Foyer.

More info HERE


Conference Dinner

Thursday, September 2 19.00 at Fotografiska Restaurant
Telliskivi 60a-8

Fotografiska is an open-minded meeting place where world-class photography, sustainable good food and music get together. Fotografiska restaurant is inspired by the seasons in the forests, seas, and countryside. The restaurant is working with zero-waste concept, using everything from bloom to root, nose to tail, in the kitchen, bar and pastries. The soul behind the restaurant is the passionate sustainable food pioneer, the leader in modern Estonian tastes Peeter Pihel, a man, whose career has been wide from Muhu island (Pädaste) to Sweden (Fäviken Magasinet) and France (Fulgurance).

Price: 35 EUR


Guided tour to Arvo Pärt Center

Friday, September 3, 2021, 14:00–19:00
Kellasalu tee 3, Laulasmaa

The Arvo Pärt Centre combines the composer’s personal archive with an information and music centre. It is an open meeting place for musicians, researchers and music lovers—for anyone interested in Arvo Pärt’s music and in his world of ideas. It was founded by Arvo Pärt and his family, with the aim of creating opportunities for preserving and researching the creative heritage of the composer in the context of his native language in Estonia. The centre, set amid the magnificent natural surroundings of a pine forest near the sea, is situated in Laulasmaa, 35 kilometres from Tallinn.

Price: 30 EUR (The fee includes bus transfer, guided tour and lunch at the Arvo Pärt Centre)