Ivar Must claims 50,000 euros for a tuneCulture
- Trad. Attack! poised to conquer the worldCultureThe Guardian rated their new album «Kullakarva» as four points out of five and predicted that these traditional musicians, who enjoy a rock star status at home, will become the band of the summer. The prestigious fRoots asks whether Estonia (and bagpipes) is poised to conquer the world. London Jazz considers their music powerful, invigorating, flighty and irresistibly infectious. Shetland News adds that they have all it takes to be an unforgettable festival band.
- The exhibition: a painful professionCultureAt the peak of his career in 1986 to 2000, Juhan Kuus of Estonian descent worked as the South African correspondent and photojournalist for the Paris and New York editorial offices of the prominent Sipa Press Agency, founded in France in 1973. His works were published in the most significant newspapers and journals of the world: The Times, The Independent, The New York Times, Paris Match, The Los Angeles Times, etc.
- Estonian Maritime Museum brings world-famous Vikings exhibition to Seaplane HarborCultureThe Estonian Maritime Museum will on Saturday open at its flagship venue the Seaplane Harbor a Vikings-themed exhibition of the Swedish History Museum titled «Vikings: Life Beyond the Legend», which brings to visitors a rich display of the Vikings' treasures and artefacts and sheds light on their culture and day-to-day life which until now have been overshadowed by legend.
- This year’s Opinion Festival in Estonia looks beyond languageLocal NewsThis year’s Opinion Festival will host more English-language discussion forums than ever before in the event’s four-year history. This comes part and parcel with the festival’s aim to create an inclusive space for addressing some of society’s biggest issues and welcome multilingual participants and speakers from Estonia and beyond.