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A selection of cultural events taking place in Estonia this week as curated by "There is a great week ahead of us, full of many lovely events. Have a good time and enjoy the spring!"

Ongoing - Tuesday, April 4

XXVIII Trumpet Days in Tallinn 2017


You read that right: Trumpet — not Trump — Days. But this is actually a great event for a wonderful instrument, with trumpet concerts organized by Aavo Ots Music Studio.

Monday, April 3

Code: Debugging the Gender Gap

New Building, University of Tartu Narva College, Narva

Tech jobs are increasing three times faster than the U.S.' universities are producing computer science graduates. By 2020, there will be one million unfilled software engineering jobs in the U.S. Through compelling interviews, artistic animation and clever flashpoints in popular culture, this CODE documentary examines the reasons why more women and people of color are not seeking opportunities in computer science and explores how cultural mindsets, stereotypes, educational hurdles and sexism all play roles in this national crisis.

Tuesday, April 4

Concert by Kärtseptsioon

Kuressaare Town Hall

Last spring, classmates Kärt Männa and Kärt Anton decided that the second line on their ID-cards was not the only thing they shared. Their common interest toward experimenting with electronics and playing with soundscapes led to the two Kärts to create Kärtseptsioon. We are recommending them not only because of the music but also because of their witty name.

Tuesday, April 4 - Thursday, April 6 / Friday, April 7

Sten-Olle "Kaustik" album debut concert

Tallinn / Culture Club BAAS, Rapla

Sten-Olle is a musician from Rapla who wrote enough new songs to fill his second album, titled "Kaustik" ("Notebook"), which he will debut at concerts taking place in early April. The debut concerts will take place in cozy and intimate places to match the atmosphere of the album.

Wednesday, April 5

Kumu Documentary: "Weekends"

Kumu Auditorium, Tallinn

Every weekend, a group of gay men gathers in the heart of Seoul, South Korea to sing. They are more amateurs than a trained choir, however they sing for equality and against discrimination toward sexual minorities in Korea.

Thursday, April 6 - Saturday, April 8

Tallinn Book Fair 2017

National Library of Estonia, Tallinn

The National Library of Estonia and the Estonian Publishers' Association invite everyone to the annual spring book fair at the National Library, where ig and small book-lovers alike are welcome. A big book sale will take place and many different events will be held, including book launches, meet-and-greets with authors, and workshops for children. Exciting seminars and trainings are on the schedule as well. Almost 30 publishers will offer books at special prices. Come with the whole family and spend time with books and knowledge — we at are all for that!

Friday, April 7

ERSO concert series: Music of the Future

Estonia Concert Hall, Tallinn

The concert series of the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra (ERSO) continues with "Silence of the North Wind." Conducted by Kristiina Poska, the symphony orchestra will present Lepo Sumera's "Symphony No. 4 'Stella borealis'" (1992) and Erkki-Sven Tüür's "Cello Concerto" (1996), featuring Theodor Sink on the cello.

Saturday, April 8

Spring concert "Listen to Spring" by Tartu Youth Choir and Chamber Choir Helü

Assembly Hall, University of Tartu

The two choirs' joint concert offers a versatile selection of choral music, including works by Michael Berkeley, Sergei Tanejev, Tõnu Kõrvits, Markus Leppoja, Knut Nystedt, Jean Sibelius, Olav Ehala, Eric Whitacre, Pärt Uusberg, Ko Matsushita and Jake Runestad.


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Editor: Aili Vahtla

Kalle Laanet.

Reform's MPs vote to replace Hanno Pevkur with Kalle Laanet

The Reform Party's parliamentary group in the Riigikogu decided on Monday to support Kalle Laanet's candidacy for the position of deputy speaker. This means that the group has turned on party chairman Hanno Pevkur, who will have to make way for Laanet. The decision follows yet another weekend of bickering and conspiracy theories inside Estonia's leading opposition party.

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