Music in Tallinn

Tallinn offers many exciting venues in which to perform. Orchestras and choirs can perform in the Town Hall or in the newly-built Kumu Museum. It is also possible to provide your group with access to the prestigious concert halls in the House of the Brotherhood of Black Heads and the Kanut Guild Hall. Choirs have the opportunity to perform in the Church of Saint John, as part of its established series of evening concerts. In the summer months, performances can be arranged in the seaside resort of Parnu, which are renowned for large audiences.

Key Study Areas

  • Increase self-confidence and develop performance skills
  • Broaden range of performance experiences
  • Build appreciation of different musical styles and traditions
  • Inspire and excite your students with new sights and cultures
  • Focus your pupils to extend their interest in music
  • Build team work and have fun interacting with fellow students

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Tallinn map



Music Excursions

  • Song Festival Grounds
  • Toompea Castle
  • Cathedral of St Mary
  • Ferry to Helsinki
  • Kadriorg Palace


Our best value sample itinerary from £635

4 Days to Tallinn 

Day 1: 
Flight to Tallinn. Transfer to your hotel then enjoy a guided tour of medieval Tallinn, including the Town Hall, Toompea Castle and the Estonian Parliament. Evening concert at the medieval Town Hall.

Day 2: 
Full day sightseeing in Tallinn to include the Lower Town, town walls, towers and gates. Take a short ferry trip over the Baltic Sea to explore Helsinki, modern capital of Finland. In the evening return to Tallinn to perform an evening concert in the Church of Saint John.

Day 3: 
Morning sightseeing in Tallinn including the Upper Town with Toompea Castle and the Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin. Afternoon concert in the Town Hall. Visit to the botanical gardens, followed by a trip to Tallinn zoo where students can enjoy the animals including the polar bear exhibition. Perform an evening concert at the newly built Kumu Museum.

Day 4: 
After breakfast, spend the morning at the Song Festival Grounds, where in 1988 over half a million Estonians gathered to sing patriotic songs (known as the Singing Revolution) that led to the overthrow of Soviet rule. Transfer to airport for flight to the UK.

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