From January 1st to 7th the BachFest Tallinn music festival will take place in the capital of Estonia.

German composer Johann Sebastian Bach headlines this festival that has become a traditional way to start the New Year in Tallinn. The festival is entering its 5th year and includes 15 different concerts with musicians from Holland, Malta, France, and of course Estonia.

Visitors will hear choral music, instrumental works, an orchestra, and an organ player.

Here is the schedule of events for the concerts:

  • January 1st, 16:00 St. John’s Church. New Year’s Concert
  • January 2nd, 16:00 Niguliste Church. Half an Hour with Organ Music
  • January 2nd, 19:00 Niguliste Church. I Evening Concert
  • January 3rd, 16:00 Niguliste Church. Half an Hour with Organ Music
  • January 3rd, 17:00 Kadriorg Palace. Palace Music
  • January 3rd, 19:00 St. John’s Church. Christmas Oratorio. Part V
  • January 4th, 16:00 Niguliste Church. Half an Hour with Organ Music
  • January 4th, 19:00 Estonia Concert Hall. Gala Concert
  • January 5th, 16:00 Niguliste Church. Small Organ Gala Concert
  • January 5th, 17:30 St. Charles’ Church. Organ Music Concert
  • January 5th, 19:00 Niguliste Church. II Evening Concert
  • January 6th, 16:00 Niguliste Church. Half an Hour with Organ Music
  • January 6th, 19:00 St. John’s Church. Christmas Oratorio. Part VI
  • January 7th, 16:00 Niguliste Church. Half an Hour with Organ Music
  • January 7th, 19.00 Niguliste Church. Final Concert. Great Organ Gala Concert

Main sponsor of the festival:
Cultural Heritage Department of Tallinn

Partners:
Eesti Kontsert
Art Museum of Estonia

Additional information:
Phone: +372 5688 3828
E-mail: [email protected]

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