Tallinn International Organ Festival Tallinn International Organ Festival In the very heart of one of Estonia’s oldest music festival (held since 1987) is the Tallinn St. Nicholas Church presenting the Bernt Notke's "Danse Macabre" and the magnificent retable of the high altar from the workshop of Hermen Rode, both works of Lübeck masters from the Late Middle Ages. As Estonia is famous for its numerous unique historic organs, therefore the ever-growing interest of both the specialists and organ music lovers. The artists of the festival introduce compositions for organ but also for choir and organ and folk and jazz compositions. The artistic director of the festival is Andres Uibo. write(' '+ts1+ts2+' '); info[no-Smpam)@concert.ee Phone: (+372) 6147 760 Tallinn International Organ Festival
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Tallinn International Organ Festival

3.-13. August 2017 Tallinn, Tartu, etc.

In the very heart of one of Estonia’s oldest music festival (held since 1987) is the Tallinn St. Nicholas Church presenting the Bernt Notke's "Danse Macabre" and the magnificent retable of the high altar from the workshop of Hermen Rode, both works of Lübeck masters from the Late Middle Ages. As Estonia is famous for its numerous unique historic organs, therefore the ever-growing interest of both the specialists and organ music lovers. The artists of the festival introduce compositions for organ but also for choir and organ and folk and jazz compositions.
The artistic director of the festival is Andres Uibo.

Tallinn International Organ Festival

Organised by Eesti Kontsert
Web: www.concert.ee

Phone: (+372) 6147 760

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Tallinn International Organ Festival

Tallinn International Organ Festival

Organised by Eesti Kontsert Web: www concert In the very heart of one of Estonia’s oldest music festival (held since 1987) is the Tallinn St. Nicholas Church presenting the Bernt Notke's "Danse Macabre" and the magnificent retable of the high altar from the workshop of Hermen Rode, both works of Lübeck masters from the Late Middle Ages. As Estonia is famous for its numerous unique historic organs, therefore the ever-growing interest of both the specialists and organ music lovers. The artists of the festival introduce compositions for organ but also for choir and organ and folk and jazz compositions.The artistic director of the festival is Andres Uibo.

Tallinn International Organ Festival

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