Social events

Concert and welcome reception

Wednesday, September 2, 18:00. Venue: Great Hall of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre.
Included in the conference fee.

 

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Gala Dinner

Thurdsay, September 3
Korsten, Armastus & Hea Toit, Põhja pst 27a, Tallinn
www.korstenresto.ee

The restaurant Korsten, Armastus ja Hea toit (The Chimney, Love and Good Food) in the Tallinn Creative Hub (Kultuurikatel) exudes love for tasty food and refreshing beverages. This limestone building, completed in 1934, used to be the power station’s boiler room. The brick chimney was erected in 1948 and was the tallest in the Baltic States at the time, rising to a height of 102.5 metres. The historical ambience of Kultuurikatel makes it a cosy, but at the same time a modern environment in which to enjoy the restaurant’s Italian menu and a wide variety of cocktails. The restaurant has a summer terrace in the courtyard of Tallinn Creative Hub.

Price: to be confirmed

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Guided tour to Arvo Pärt Center

Friday, September 4, 14:00–19:00
Kellasalu tee 3, Laulasmaa
www.arvopart.ee

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: to be confirmed