Spectacular concert-show with the participation of the Tallinn Police Orchestra, visual tricks by Trikivabrik.
Concert by the youth orchestras.
296 / 5,000 Translation results Racket is one of the few Estonian A-category artists who has been able to make high-quality and popular music for many years, maintaining its level and developing better and bigger every year. In April, a new song called "Too Mul LillI" was released on the racket, which will be played at the VLP event.
Smilers is an Estonian rock band formed in 1991 by Hendrik Sal-Saller. The name comes from a Rod Stewart album, Smiler. The band was first named Lezer Brozers In the early years they tried in Finland with two albums, but didn't find success, so they came to Estonia and became famous very fast. Smilers won Artist of the Year award in the 2004 Estonian Music Awards. Smilers were also awarded a Golden Disc for Song of the Year in 2004 for "Ainult unustamiseks".
Come and see for yourself how the elixirs of life and beauty are being cooked at midnight in a big cauldron of music. April 8th of this year marks the 600th anniversary of the first mentioning of Tallinn Town Hall Pharmacy. This is the oldest pharmacy in Europe that has continuously been operating in the same place. At midnight, we will share the Town Hall Pharmacy’s tale on the Town Hall Square’s Old Town Days’ stage with light show, music, and dance from the folktronica group OOPUS. The creation of OOPUS brings together Estonian folk music, electronic dance music, light, and visuals. We perform everything live and call it folktronica. By the use of lighting solutions that beat to the rhythm of bagpipes, old runic songs, acid synthesizers, and music, OOPUS paves the way for folk music and electronic dance music to reach the world’s club stages. This year sees the release of their second album Folk On Acid. The members of OOPUS are Mari Meentalo (Estonian bagpipe, vocals, loopers), Johannes Ahun (analog synthesizers, sound), and Aleksander Sprohgis (light installations and visuals). www.oopus.ee #oopusmusic #oopusofficial #folktronica #folkonacid #tallinn #vanalinnapäevad #raeapteek
Concert SING WITH A SMILE ON YOUR FACE – conductor Kaie Külasepp
Kukerpillid is an Estonian folk ensemble. The ensemble was formed in 1972. He began his long career appearing on the TV show "Ervin Abeli sou" on April 1. The name of the band was invented by Heino Mikiver. The repertoire of rock instruments includes Estonian folk songs, country, rock'n'roll, rockabilly, folk songs of different nations as well as lor songs. Lots of original creations and adaptations of old forgotten songs are performed. Kukerpillid has participated in children's programs and made music for theater and television. Rock instruments have also been performed in many foreign countries.