Eesti muusika kontserdisari Helsingi Musiikkitalos

Helsingi Musiikkitalos neli korda aastas peetava kontserdisarjaga ”Virolainen musiikki soi” tutvustatakse parimat Eesti muusikat.

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Concert

2017. aasta kevadhooaja avab Eesti parima naislaulja tiitliga pärjatud Maarja Nuut (12.04.). Maikuu kontserdil (10.05.) esineb noor ja andekas pianist Johan Randvere, kes esitab tuntud Eesti heliloojate loomingut. Sügiseste kontsertide esinejad on laulja Siiri Sisask (25.10.) ja džässtrio Peedu Kass Momentum (15.11.).

Kontserdisarja korraldavad Eesti Instituudi Soome esindus, Eesti Vabariigi Suursaatkond Helsingis, Tuglase Selts, Soome Eesti Seltside Liit ja Viljandi Sõprade Selts.

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MTÜ Eesti Instituut

The task of the Estonian Institute (established in 1989) is to spread information about Estonian society and culture in other countries, further cultural and educational links and organise the teaching of Estonian language and culture outside Estonia.
Over the years the Institute has published dozens of information booklets and periodicals about Estonia, compiled web pages, organised festivals, exhibitions, conferences and seminars, received journalists, researchers and lecturers, translators and writers, opened culture and information centres in other countries, granted scholarships, despatched lecturers of Estonian language and culture to universities abroad and supplied the study centres with relevant material.
In order to make Estonia better known in the world, the Institute describes Estonia and its people in their entirety, emphasising the relations between different fields of society as they appear in everyday life. Culture is a phenomenon, created and carried by people regardless of their profession and age. The Institute does not thus limit its daily work with introducing literature, art, film, music and other fine arts, but spreads information also about Estonian education, economy, natural environment, social organisation and other areas of life, which all directly or indirectly shape Estonian culture, and therefore also the Estonians’ life.