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WHAT TAKES PLACE IN TARTU? 2 18
TARTU 2OI8 Tartu, a university city with a lively and colourful cultural life, is known for its youthful atmosphere where many internationally important big events take place. This booklet provides an overview of great events organised in Tartu during the 100th anniversary year of the Republic of Estonia (EV 100).
Mixture of experiences
January 5. Tartu Winter Music Festival 01.–07.01 Tartu Winter Music Festival is a classical music festival that offers the people of Tartu and visitors of the city musical fireworks and beautiful concerts during the first week of the New Year. Young talents who have travelled abroad from Tartu to study and are thus not usually around to perform have returned home for the holidays and the festival at Tartu’s St John’s church. The concerts take place in the days and evenings.
February Tasty Tartu 01.–28.02 February is the restaurant month in Tartu. Tasty Tartu (“Maitsev Tartu”) introduces local cuisine culture and offers new food experiences in several of Tartu’s restaurants. You can enjoy affordable special three-course menus in all of the participating restaurants. The chefs do their utmost to surprise the city’s locals and guests with delicious and enjoyable special dishes. Food lovers can rate the efforts of the restaurants and determine the best special menu at the end of the month.
February International Gymnastics Tournament “Miss Valentine” 15.–18.02 For the twenty-fourth time already the glitter and grace is brought to the wintry Tartu by the gymnasts and group gymnasts to participate in one of the Europe’s biggest gymnastics tournaments “Miss Valentine”, which is also one of the World Cup events of group gymnastics. Top gymnasts from almost 30 countries of the world participate in this very enjoyable competition.
February 45th Tartu Ski Marathon 18.02 Tartu Ski Marathon is one of the biggest of its kind in Eastern-Europe and professionals regard its track as one of the most picturesque and interesting in the whole world. This lively sports party brings together some 10,000 ski enthusiasts from Estonia and the entire world every year. This marathon of classic technique has an option of 63 and 31 km long tracks. For the younger folks there are very popular Tillu and Mini childrenâ€™s races. Tartu Ski Marathon is part of the international long distance ski race series Worldloppet.
March Festival of Visual Culture “World Film” 19.-25.03 Anthropological and ethnographic documentaries are screened in the Tartu festival of visual culture “World film” (“Maailmafilm”). During the week the audience is taken to every continent, taking under scrutiny the so-called strangers, and becoming acquainted with these with the help of films. The festival is accompanied by relevant exhibitions, workshops and meetings with filmmakers.
April-May Tartu Student Days: Spring 27.04-05.05 The spring days that bear the student spirit are an opportunity for the participants and the audience to rest their spirit with the help of an intense entertainment and cultural programme. In Tartu, the positivity that is triggered by joint activities has been valuable mental nourishment for visitors for decades.
May Author’s song festival “The Song of May” 02.-05.05 Tens of singers and songwriters from Estonia gather in Tartu for three days every spring in order to bring the thoughts and feelings turned into music before the audience. “The Song of May” (Mailaul”) is a festival for a listener who wants to feel together with the performing author.
May Literature festival “Prima Vista” 07.–12.05 A recent member of UNESCO’s Cities of Literature program, Tartu shall once again be filled with the magic of the written word during the Literature Festival Prima Vista. The program will once again contain the park library in a park the city centre and the book fare in front of the University of Tartu Library. Professionals meet the competent and friendly audience, all share the best fruits of the art and discuss together the important questions of literary culture.
May 36th Tartu Marathon 13.05 Tartu Marathon is the biggest cross-country running marathon in the Baltic States with thousands of participants attending every year. The marathon track lies in the varied South-Estonian landscape. The enthusiasts can choose between the 23 and 10 km tracks, both of which can be covered by running or by Nordic Walking. The event includes also childrenâ€™s races.
May Night of Museums 19.05 During this Saturday evening in May the museums and other memory institutions in Tartu open their doors at a later time and free of charge to celebrate the all-European Night of Museums (Muuseumiöö). This evening’s programme is diverse and exciting. There is a lot to discover in the city which has the highest number of museums in Estonia.
May Estonian Cycling Weekend 25.-27.05 Estonian Cycling Weekend (ECW) is a cycling festival that primarily hosts Tour of Estonia, an international elite cyclists’ competition. The two stages of the tour—the Tallinn-Tartu group ride and Tartu GP—are an opportunity to get acquainted with Estonia’s towns and villages, beautiful nature and picturesque locations on the cycling route. The culmination of the cycling festival is Eastern Europe’s largest road cycling race—the 37th Tartu Rattaralli.
May International Night of Churches in Tartu 25.05 Together with numerous churches in Europe the churches of Tartu open their doors to all the visitors in the evening of 25 May. During the Night of Churches one can observe the everyday life of various confessions, receive answers to questions, discover the art treasures hidden in churches and enjoy the music in a relaxed atmosphere. There are activities for big and small, from quiet meditations to the conquering of towers.
June Childrenâ€™s Day 01.06 The International Day for the Protection of Children is celebrated with a fun but also development-oriented festival in Tartu. The morning program is organised in the form of outdoor learning and is intended for pupils, the afternoon program is open to all. Itâ€™s a good opportunity to spend an eventful day discovering your talents, learning new things and enjoying good company with games and the best entertainment.
June Street Art Festival â€œStencibilityâ€? 11.-17.06 Stencibility is an annual street art festival that began in 2010 in Tartu, and now it simultaneously takes place in other cities as well. The name is a reference to the stencil technique. The festival is about introducing, promoting and creating new street art. Guided tours and street art maps are available.
June Tartu Nature Festival 13.-16.06 Nature Festival inspires people to cherish urban nature and notice the species living side by side with us in this environment. Although one might not notice the variety of species in the city, nature can be found in the strangest of places. Festival events are both entertaining and educational and you can learn practical skills to create a more comfortable and natural living environment in the city.
June International Student Festival “Gaudeamus” 22.-24.06 Tartu will host the Baltic States’ largest students’ song and dance festival Gaudeamus .This youth festival will bring more than 4,000 singers and dancers to Tartu. The dance festival will take place on 23 June at the Tartu Tamme stadium and the event will be directed by choreographer Rene Nõmmik. The song festival’s procession will begin on 24 June in front of the University of Tartu main building and proceed, according to tradition, to the Tartu song festival grounds where a grand song celebration will take place. Conductor Kuno Kerge is the artistic director of the song festival.
June Midsummerâ€™s Eve at Raadi 23.06 Throughout centuries, this most romantic holiday in our folk calendar has brought together family members of all ages to celebrate. People dance and sing, invite musicians and bands to play around the Midsummer bonfire. In addition to this, the Estonian National Museum and its Friendsâ€™ Club have planned many more activities so that you could enjoy yourself in the manor park and on the shore of the beautiful lake at Raadi. During the day, concerts of the Studentsâ€™ Song and Dance festival Gaudeamus will also take place at Raadi.
June Tartu City Day: Opera Crosses Over 29.06 Much fun and many activities take place on every 29 June in Tartu â€“ the City Day is turning into an easy to navigate mini-festival of opera and other beautiful, occasionally a bit unusual forms and crossovers of classical music. On 29 June opera and soloists will once again have a blast in the city centre! Opera cross over into concerts and performances that will force different genres to melt together beautifully and make people think twice before writing off any type of music out of being unaccustomed to itâ€Ś
July Hanseatic Days 06.-08.07 Tartu Hanseatic Days celebrate their 23rd birthday this summer and bring a medieval vibe, joyousness and many splendid events to Tartu in midsummer. For two days, the visitors of Hanseatic Days will partake in live concerts, playful performances and other events that invite both young and old visitors to join in. As usually, the plentiful Hanseatic fair is open.
July Festival “Glasperlenspiel” 12.-17.07 Glasperlenspiel (“Klaaspärlimäng”) – the name of the festival is inspired by the novel by Hermann Hesse. It provides a hint that the festival expects musicians that interpret the music from an unorthodox angle. This prestigious festival focuses on special instruments, unusual associations and relations with other fields of art and philosophy.
July Rally Estonia 2018 13.-15.07 An auto-sport and entertainment event Rally Estonia 2018 is an official round of FIA European Rally Championship. The leaders of the European rally will compete in Tartu and on the gravel roads of South Estonia. There will be over 10,000 tourists from about 20 countries. The televised rally will reach 20 million viewers. There will be enough entertainment during the 3 days for the whole family: it is possible to view the competition alongside the track, it is worth to come and see the attractive start and finish ceremonies and the exciting city round in Tartu, in addition, an open air concert will take place. www.rallyestonia.com
July Tartu Mill Triathlon | 2018 Tartu ETU Triathlon European Championships 18.-22.07 In 2018, the best triathletes in Europe will come to compete in Tartu. In 4 days they will compete for European championship titles. The shiniest medals will be given to men and women with elite and junior qualifications competing at the sprint distance. Various age groups can find out who is best at the olympic distance. Para-triathletes compete for championship titles on a track specially built for the occasion. Juniors will have a gripping and high-octane team competition. The competition week will bring a festive spirit and many additional events to Tartu city centre.
July The Summer Concert of Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra 29.07 To the great satisfaction of Tartu citizens a popular tradition of the first quarter of 20th century has been revived – a free summer concert of mainly classical music. This year’s openair concert is conducted by Paul Mägi, the music director and chief conductor of theatre Vanemuine. The concert will take place in a natural amphitheatre in the heart of the city – the Kassitoome Valley of Toomemägi.
August Tartu Food and Wine Festival 03.-05.08 Tartu Food and Wine Festival offers genuine Estonian taste experiences courtesy of small producers from South Estonia and pop-up restaurants as well as a rich selection of wines. Everyone can participate in the open tasting events and get advice from the best Estonian sommeliers. Your enjoyment of good food and wine will be complemented by a familyfriendly entertainment program, a unique gourmet dinner, home cafes at various city districts and many other tasty and exciting events.
August 13th Wind Band Festival “Instrument Roars” 09.-12.08 “Instrument Roars” (“Mürtsub pill”) fills Tartu with the music of wind instruments. Dance and children’s orchestras, big bands and the festival’s joint orchestra perform in this festival of orchestral music, which is biggest in Estonia and unique in the Baltic States. There is a parade of orchestras and a gala concert. Foreign performers come from Hungary, the Czech Republic, Latvia, Russia, Finland and Sweden.
August EmajĂľgi River Festival 10.-12.08 The focal point of the festival is the most essential natural symbol of Tartu â€“ River EmajĂľgi. Several competitions are arranged around it. Events take place on the river and its banks with lots of good music. This high-spirited event is an excellent meeting place for all folks!
August 12th Tartu Love Film Festival â€œtARTuFFâ€? 13.-18.08 Tartu Love Film Festival tARTuFF has offered great emotions, self-discovery, longing and a warm sense of recognition since 2006. 12 films in six days will be shown at the Tartu Town Hall Square, each speaking directly or indirectly about love. Love can be painful, beautiful, tormenting and forgiving.
August 12th Tartu Inline Skating Marathon 26.08 Sports friends can enjoy a marathon track and a halfmarathon track during the Tartu Skating Marathon, the biggest inline skating marathon in the Baltic States and Scandinavia. A day before that, the Tartu Inline Skating Sprint and events for children will be held.
August-September Festival in Aparaaditehas 31.08-01.09 The Festival in Aparaaditehas (The Widget Factory) is taking place for the second time and in the course of two days provides a rich cultural program that joins offers from the Aparaaditehas, night cinema, flea market, catering, street sport and music. Events are held both in front of the building and in the yard, but also outside of Aparaaditehasâ€™ grounds, making the streets, yards and corners of the Kastani-Vaksali quarter vibrate with festival vibes.
September Estonian Theatre Festival Drama 03.-09.09 Drama will take over Tartu once more at the beginning of September. The Estonian Theatre Festival Drama is a curator festival. The main programme consists of the most interesting and the best productions of Estonian Theatre. In addition to the main programme of the festival, the topic of which will be published in May, the festival offers an exciting sideprogramme, music events and an opportunity to spend time in the cosy festival club.
September 21th Tartu Mountain Bike Marathon 16.09 The mountain bike marathon which is third in size in the world provides joy of participation for cyclists of many age groups and different training level â€“ some 7,500 cyclists ride the marathon. Main tracks are 89 and 40 km long and take the cyclists away from the city noise, to the varied landscape of South-Estonia. Also, childrenâ€™s races are held for the youngest
September Researchers’ Night Festival 24.-28.09 Researcher’s Night Festival TÖF is a festival with a colourful programme for the whole family that opens the door to the world of science and values knowledge. In 2018, TÖF will already celebrate its 13th birthday. We will investigate the latest topics in various fields of science. Therefore, the newest achievements in research will be discussed, those who are interested will be taken to discover secret laboratories, the elite scientists will introduce their work and it is possible to take part in free workshops, Science Theatre viewings, movie nights and experiments.
October International Author’s Song Festival “Music of The Falling Leaf” 05.-07.10 International author’s song festival is a real treat for the listeners and performers of the author’s song genre. The festival holds a solid place among similar festivals of the world. Well-known and talented bards with a long and successful career in the genre, perform at the “Music of The Falling Leaf” (“Lehesaju Muusika”) festival. Performers from faraway countries and different places of the world come to the festival.
October 7th Tartu City Marathon 06.10 Tartu City Marathon is one of a kind in Estoniaâ€”the whole 42 km long marathon distance is run on one circle. That means that each kilometre of the track is unique and offers new experiences. In addition to the full marathon, runners can choose between 21 and 10 km distances.
October International Early Music Festival â€œOrient et Occidentâ€? 12.-14.10 The festival is focused on Oriental culture and its relations with early European, primarily Medieval culture. The goal is to create an artistic whole in which the topics are handled in depth from different viewpoints. Typical to this festival is a double concert format, with an ensemble from Europe playing in the first part and an ensemble from Asia playing in the second part and a final joint improvisation of both ensembles.
October Tartu in Light 25.-28.10 Tartu in Light, i.e. TAVA, is a consistent, international interdisciplinary festival of light and lighting art. TAVA 2018 programme consists of international workshops, outdoor installations, a conference, light fair and indoor exhibitions. TAVA 2018 focuses on the old town of Tartu, which will turn into a World of Light during the last week of October. Special and unique installations will attract audiences to enjoy outdoor art in the crisp autumn evenings.
October-November 17th International Modern Music Festival â€œAFEKTâ€? 27.10-02.11 XVII International AFEKT Contemporary Music Festival is a sequel to the Estonian Composer Festival that has been held in Tartu for the past 15 years and has also expanded to Tallinn in the previous years. The aim of the festival is to bring contemporary European musical environment to the Estonian viewers and the name change has been brought on firstly due to the gradual expansion of the festival into an international musical event.
November Tartu jazz and rhythm music festival “IDeeJazz” 07.-10.11 The Tartu jazz and rhythm music festival “IDeeJazz” brings into Tartu the Estonian music that is packed with creative power. Keywords like good sound, improvisation and idea connect the best thoughts of the Estonian jazz elite and the bold projects of the young musicians’ generation, filled with positive energy. The festival draws no clear genre borders – providing very diverse music from mainstream and chamber jazz, ethno and world music to groove rhythms and fusion.
November Festival â€œCrazy Tartuâ€? 09.-10.11 Crazy Tartu is an international interdisciplinary festival where writers, poets, musicians and artists from Estonia and abroad come to perform. One of the main principles of the festival is to bring as many unprecedented performances to the audience as possible. This principle is also followed when choosing the venue for the event. Each year, a piece of art is unveiled for the first time in the new environment.
November-December Tartu Black Nights Film Festival PÖFF 16.11-02.12 Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF) is an international film festival that will take place for the 22st time. PÖFF also hosts the animated films’ festival Animated Dreams, short film festival Sleepwalkers and children and youth film festival Just Film. PÖFF offers its Tartu audience an outstandingly diverse and exciting film programme each year. In addition, many events take place outside the cinema halls during the festival.
December Christmas Town Tartu 02.12-14.01 One thing is certain—Tartu becomes a Christmas City every year regardless of the weather! It happens on the first Advent Sunday when all of the city’s Christmas lights brighten up from the candle lit on the Town Hall Square. People meet in the same place on the following Sundays and on Christmas Eve as well. Those cheerful meetings on the Town Hall Square and the whole Christmas time in Tartu are supported by the city’s cosy concert halls, museum workshops, festive churches, large Christmas Market and the dance festival in the wintry city centre.
More events: World University Ski Orienteering Championship 21–25 February www.orienteerumine.ee Happy Big Band Weekend 06–08 April www.convivo.ee Russian Ball 7–8 April www.kultuuriaken.tartu.ee/en JAFF Japanese Animation Film Festival 13–22 April www.animefest.eu Fashion-Performance-Dance 21 April www.moodperformancetants.ee City District Festival “The Supilinn Days” 26–29 April www.supilinn.ee/supilinna-paevad Tartu Extreme Enduro 04 May www.msport.ee Spring Fair 05 May kultuuriaken.tartu.ee/en Nordic Symphony Orchestra concert 13 May www.nordicsymphony.com City District Festival “The Karlova Days” 14–20 May www.karlova.ee/karlova-paevad Science Fiction Festival 17–19 May www.paranoia.ee/ulme 34th SELL Games—Tartu Student Games 18 –20 May www.sellgames2018.com WDSF Tartu Open 2018 26 May www.tartuopen.com Sprite Streetball 3x3 Tournament 26 May www.tanavakorvpall.ee Tartu Gymnastics Party 29 May tartuvoimlemispidu.weebly.com
TaDaa! Festival 2018 06 –16 June www.tadaafestival.org Estonian Avation Days 09–10 June www.lennundusmuuseum.ee Tower music July – August www.mailaul.ee/tornimuusika Punk & Rock Festival 13–14 July kultuuriaken.tartu.ee/en a-ha concert 19 July www.fbi.ee Wisdom Day 1 September www.annenk.ee Autumn Fair 08 September kultuuriaken.tartu.ee/en Tartu Student Days: Autumn 17–23 September www.studentdays.ee/en Japanese Pop-Culture Festival AniMatsuri 21–23 September www.animatsuri.eu Tartu Rally 22–23 September www.tarturally.eu Independent and Student Theater Festival „A-Festival“ 11–14 October facebook.com/tytafestival Nordic Symphony Orchestra concert 04 December www.nordicsymphony.com Street Dance Festival “Battle of EST” 8 December www.boe.ee Christmas Fair 15 December kultuuriaken.tartu.ee/en
Events Dedicated to EV 100: Exhibition „Metaphors for Home“ January– April www.tartmus.ee
Dance Festival „ Free Hundred“ 18 March www.ev100.ee
Exhibition „Estonia Through 100 Eyes“ 3 February– 31 March www.erm.ee
Art and Book Exhibition „Hundreds of Books“ 5 April www.ev100.ee
Baltic Academies Orchestra concerts 8–9 February balticacademies.eu Exhibition “Play with Hundred!” 16 February www.mm.ee Estonian Mixed Choirs’ concert 17 February www.segakoorideliit.ee Concert performance “Past. Present. Future” 18 February www.tykk.ee International Gala of Ballet Schools “Arabesque“ 28 February www.idatantsukool.ee
Estonian Chamber Choir Festival 13–15 April www.ekkl.ee Exhibition „Randevuu“ 26 April– November linnamuuseum.tartu.ee Freedom Festival 14–15 May www.vanemuine.ee Festival of Cultural Associations 3–4 August www.ev100.ee
Continuous Schedule: The Electric Theatre www.elektriteater.ee Club of Different Rooms www.erinevatetubadeklubi.ee Genialistide Club www.genklubi.ee Estonian National Museum events www.erm.ee Tartu Jazz Club www.tartujazzclub.ee Aparaaditehas www.aparaaditehas.ee Tartu Art House www.kunstimaja.ee
Disain: Dint Print: OÜ Paar Complied by: The Department of Culture of Tartu City Government Photos: Heikki Leis, Lauri Kulpsoo, Elke Unt, Tarmo Haud, Nele Tammeaid, Ardo Säks, Henno Luts, Kätlyn Metsmaa, Alar Madisson, Ray Põder, Ahto Sooaru, Kiur Kaasik, Nikita Artjom, Annika Haas, Rasaa Etten The calendar has been complied on the basis of the information available to the Department of Culture of the Tartu City Government on the 18.11.2017. Authors of the calendar hold no liability for possible changes in the programme.
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