10:00–18:00

Towers of Tartu Dome Cathedral

In 2005, the renovated towers of Tartu Dome Cathedral were opened to visitors, who can now enjoy a splendid view of the city from the viewing platforms on the top of the towerbases. The towers are open for visitors from April to November.

Services and prices:

http://www.muuseum.ut.ee/domecathedral
Lossi 25, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
2.web

10:00–18:00

Towers of Tartu Dome Cathedral

In 2005, the renovated towers of Tartu Dome Cathedral were opened to visitors, who can now enjoy a splendid view of the city from the viewing platforms on the top of the towerbases. The towers are open for visitors from April to November.

Services and prices:

10:00–19:00

Viewing platform of St. John’s Church

The viewing platform is located next to the church bells high in the tower of St. John’s Church and offers a wonderful view on the whole Tartu. The aerial perspective includes the old town, Toome Hill, Supilinn, the Emajõgi and a lot more.

The church tower is open to the visitors during the opening hours of St. John’s Church, during summertime Mon–Sat from 10h to 19h.

Tickets:
2 € – grown ups
1.50 € – pupils, students, seniors
Children under the age 7 – free of charge!

http://www.jaanikirik.ee/vaateplatvorm
Tartu Jaani kirik, Jaani, Tartu, Estonia
1

10:00–19:00

Viewing platform of St. John’s Church

The viewing platform is located next to the church bells high in the tower of St. John’s Church and offers a wonderful view on the whole Tartu. The aerial perspective includes the old town, Toome Hill, Supilinn, the Emajõgi and a lot more.

The church tower is open to the visitors during the opening hours of St. John’s Church, during summertime Mon–Sat from 10h to 19h.

Tickets:
2 € – grown ups
1.50 € – pupils, students, seniors
Children under the age 7 – free of charge!

13:00, 15:00, 19:00

Seto Line’s Cruises

All the cruises depart from the jetty of the Harbour Theatre and require reservation (on the homepage of Seto Line www.setoline.ee, via e-mail or over the phone +372 524 7153).

Schedule:
Fri, 11 July
M/l Alfa at 13h and 15h
M/l Alfa at 19h – Cruise with Hanseatic music and food

Routes and descriptions:
M/l Alfa
The one and a half hour long cruise takes you downriver of the Emajõgi. We outsail the harbours of Tartu – boat harbours of Soola St., Jõe and Rebase, also the former harbour of Tartu in Ropka where you can still see some anchored ships (e.g. the haunted ship Vanemuine). Ahead you can see Tartu prison, we outsail the construction of the new bridge and head for the clear watered Kabina strip mine where we turn around and head back to Tartu. The cruises start and end at the jetty of the Harbour Theatre.

Price list:
7 € – adult
6 € – student/pensioner
5 € – children
17 € – family ticket

M/l Alfa – Cruise with Hanseatic music and food (25 €/person)
What could be better than a tender summer evening enjoying good food and music with your companions? The two hours long cruise on the Emajõgi is filled with Hanseatic snacks and drinks, all this accompanied with beautiful music. The price includes the two hours long cruise, musical programme, snacks and a greeting drink.

www.setoline.ee
Soola 6, 51013 Tartu, Estonia
img_3439

13:00, 15:00, 19:00

Seto Line’s Cruises

All the cruises depart from the jetty of the Harbour Theatre and require reservation (on the homepage of Seto Line www.setoline.ee, via e-mail or over the phone +372 524 7153).

Schedule:
Fri, 11 July
M/l Alfa at 13h and 15h
M/l Alfa at 19h – Cruise with Hanseatic music and food

Routes and descriptions:
M/l Alfa
The one and a half hour long cruise takes you downriver of the Emajõgi. We outsail the harbours of Tartu – boat harbours of Soola St., Jõe and Rebase, also the former harbour of Tartu in Ropka where you can still see some anchored ships (e.g. the haunted ship Vanemuine). Ahead you can see Tartu prison, we outsail the construction of the new bridge and head for the clear watered Kabina strip mine where we turn around and head back to Tartu. The cruises start and end at the jetty of the Harbour Theatre.

Price list:
7 € – adult
6 € – student/pensioner
5 € – children
17 € – family ticket

M/l Alfa – Cruise with Hanseatic music and food (25 €/person)
What could be better than a tender summer evening enjoying good food and music with your companions? The two hours long cruise on the Emajõgi is filled with Hanseatic snacks and drinks, all this accompanied with beautiful music. The price includes the two hours long cruise, musical programme, snacks and a greeting drink.

20:00

Opening Procession

The festival starts with a procession where all the townspeople and visitors of the festival are warmly welcome to participate. The procession starts at 20h in Iron Town, heads up to Science Town through Ülikooli St. and Lossi St., then goes through Children’s Town and St. John’s Town, and culminates at 21h with the opening ceremony on the Town Hall Square where both, the Epochal Jamboree and the tournament of medieval towns are announced. The vocal group Kiivad Armastajad also participates in the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony is followed by a party with the band Curly Strings.

Tasku Keskus AS, Turu, Tartu, Estonia
109_18_07_2008

20:00

Opening Procession

The festival starts with a procession where all the townspeople and visitors of the festival are warmly welcome to participate. The procession starts at 20h in Iron Town, heads up to Science Town through Ülikooli St. and Lossi St., then goes through Children’s Town and St. John’s Town, and culminates at 21h with the opening ceremony on the Town Hall Square where both, the Epochal Jamboree and the tournament of medieval towns are announced. The vocal group Kiivad Armastajad also participates in the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony is followed by a party with the band Curly Strings.

21:00

Opening Ceremony

The festival starts with a procession where all the townspeople and visitors of the festival are warmly welcome to participate. The procession culminates at 21h with the opening ceremony on the Town Hall Square where both, the Epochal Jamboree and the tournament of medieval towns are announced. The vocal group Kiivad Armastajad also participates in the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony is followed by a party with the band Curly Strings.

https://www.facebook.com/curlystrings
Raekoja plats, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
056_18_07_2008

21:00

Opening Ceremony

The festival starts with a procession where all the townspeople and visitors of the festival are warmly welcome to participate. The procession culminates at 21h with the opening ceremony on the Town Hall Square where both, the Epochal Jamboree and the tournament of medieval towns are announced. The vocal group Kiivad Armastajad also participates in the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony is followed by a party with the band Curly Strings.

21:30

Curly Strings

Four friends of musicians who have been playing together in different projects already for years, have joined forces and created a band of their dreams. In that company inspiration is being drawn from everywhere and the creation has no boundaries. One of the band’s peculiarities is its instrumentation (mandolin, violin, guitar and double bass). It is remarkable what they can do with these “limited” possibilities.

Members: Eeva Talsi (violin), Villu Talsi (mandolin), Jalmar Vabarna (acoustic guitar), Taavet Niller (double bass)

https://www.facebook.com/curlystrings
Raekoja plats, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
curly strings

21:30

Curly Strings

Four friends of musicians who have been playing together in different projects already for years, have joined forces and created a band of their dreams. In that company inspiration is being drawn from everywhere and the creation has no boundaries. One of the band’s peculiarities is its instrumentation (mandolin, violin, guitar and double bass). It is remarkable what they can do with these “limited” possibilities.

Members: Eeva Talsi (violin), Villu Talsi (mandolin), Jalmar Vabarna (acoustic guitar), Taavet Niller (double bass)

22:00

Raivo Tafenau – Lembit Saarsalu Quintet

Two Estonian tenor saxophonists, Raivo Tafenau and Lembit Saarsalu have invited young Estonian jazz musicians to join their ensemble. The arising synergy of the group is shared with the audience with uttermost professionalism and warm-heartedness. When experience meets the courageousness of the youth, everything can happen.

Members: Raivo Tafenau (saxophone), Lembit Saarsalu (saxophone), Holger Marjamaa (keyboards), Kaspar Kalluste (drums), Heikko Remmel (double bass)

Ticket: 3€

***

Tartu Jazz Club is a culture club for the admirers of good, honest and beautiful music. The club offers a cup of jazz that contains thrill, relaxation, company and lifestyle.

The home of Tartu Jazz Club is located in the club-bar Jazz, located on the first floor of Ülikooli Café (Ülikooli 20). Here you can listen to quality and delightful music six days a week. The weekly evening programme takes place from Tuesdays to Saturdays.

TARTU JAZZ CLUB – Let’s have a cup of jazz!

http://tartujazzclub.ee
Ülikooli 20, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
saarsalu

22:00

Raivo Tafenau – Lembit Saarsalu Quintet

Two Estonian tenor saxophonists, Raivo Tafenau and Lembit Saarsalu have invited young Estonian jazz musicians to join their ensemble. The arising synergy of the group is shared with the audience with uttermost professionalism and warm-heartedness. When experience meets the courageousness of the youth, everything can happen.

Members: Raivo Tafenau (saxophone), Lembit Saarsalu (saxophone), Holger Marjamaa (keyboards), Kaspar Kalluste (drums), Heikko Remmel (double bass)

Ticket: 3€

***

Tartu Jazz Club is a culture club for the admirers of good, honest and beautiful music. The club offers a cup of jazz that contains thrill, relaxation, company and lifestyle.

The home of Tartu Jazz Club is located in the club-bar Jazz, located on the first floor of Ülikooli Café (Ülikooli 20). Here you can listen to quality and delightful music six days a week. The weekly evening programme takes place from Tuesdays to Saturdays.

TARTU JAZZ CLUB – Let’s have a cup of jazz!

22:00

Stary Olsa / Glasperlenspiel

STARY OLSA is a band of medieval Belarusian music. It was founded in 1999 and takes its name from a brook in the Western part of Mahilou Region (Belarus).

For its performances Stary Olsa uses maximum exact (in appearance, technology and materials) copies of ancient Belarusian instruments, which makes it possible to restore sounds of many forgotten instruments. The purpose is to reconstruct completely, and whenever possible, musical traditions of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania where Belarus was the basic cultural and geopolitical part in the 13th–18th centuries, and where there was a unique synthesis of Belarusian folk and aulic music with European musical achievements of that time.

The band’s repertoire includes Belarusian folk balladry and martial songs, Belarusian national dances, works of Belarusian Renaissance composers, compositions from Belarusian aulic music collections. Stary Olsa has released eleven albums and two live-music projects. Last November the band released an album “Santa Maria”, featuring medieval songs dedicated to Saint Mary.

Members: Zmicer Sasnouskile, Ilja Kublicki, Ales Chumakou, Maria Shary, Andrei Apanovich and Siroga Tapcheuski

Ticket: 10/7 €

***

On Toome Stage, in cooperation with Tartu Hanseatic Days two concerts of the concurrent music festival Glasperlenspiel take place.

Lossi 25, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA

22:00

Stary Olsa / Glasperlenspiel

STARY OLSA is a band of medieval Belarusian music. It was founded in 1999 and takes its name from a brook in the Western part of Mahilou Region (Belarus).

For its performances Stary Olsa uses maximum exact (in appearance, technology and materials) copies of ancient Belarusian instruments, which makes it possible to restore sounds of many forgotten instruments. The purpose is to reconstruct completely, and whenever possible, musical traditions of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania where Belarus was the basic cultural and geopolitical part in the 13th–18th centuries, and where there was a unique synthesis of Belarusian folk and aulic music with European musical achievements of that time.

The band’s repertoire includes Belarusian folk balladry and martial songs, Belarusian national dances, works of Belarusian Renaissance composers, compositions from Belarusian aulic music collections. Stary Olsa has released eleven albums and two live-music projects. Last November the band released an album “Santa Maria”, featuring medieval songs dedicated to Saint Mary.

Members: Zmicer Sasnouskile, Ilja Kublicki, Ales Chumakou, Maria Shary, Andrei Apanovich and Siroga Tapcheuski

Ticket: 10/7 €

***

On Toome Stage, in cooperation with Tartu Hanseatic Days two concerts of the concurrent music festival Glasperlenspiel take place.

The retrospective photo exhibition of Tartu Hanseatic Days

In the atrium on the second floor of Tasku Centre you can enjoy the photo exhibition of the brightest moments of the previous Hanseatic Days. The exhibition is open from 16 June to 20 July.

Tasku Keskus AS, Turu, Tartu, Estonia
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The retrospective photo exhibition of Tartu Hanseatic Days

In the atrium on the second floor of Tasku Centre you can enjoy the photo exhibition of the brightest moments of the previous Hanseatic Days. The exhibition is open from 16 June to 20 July.

00:00

“TANGERINES” / STARMAN’S OUTDOOR CINEMA

(2013)
Director: Zaza Urushadze

Autumn in the 1990s. An Estonian village in Abkhazia. Forest-covered hills, the sea, tangerine orchards. The Abkhazian War in Georgia. Two villagers – an old man Ivo and his neighbour Markus – are the only ones who haven’t left. Markus wants to harvest his tangerine plantation, although Ivo is against cropping during wartime. As the war approaches and the conflict takes place before their very eyes, Ivo finds a survivor on the battlefield – a wounded Caucasian man Akhmed. Despite the danger Ivo takes him to his place. When Markus, while burying the perished Georgians, also finds a survivor. The tangerine harvesters now must resolve their own war, happening under their roof with enemies from both sides. (Source: Allfilm)

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Starman shows outdoor cinema at Tartu Hanseatic Days!

Starman, offering the best entertainment services at home, brings Outdoor Cinema to the visitors of Tartu Hanseatic Days. In the open air and valuable milieu of the ruins of the Dome Cathedral, the visitors can enjoy the newest Estonian movies for free.

Starman has always wanted to improve Estonian film culture and has supported projects that help to popularise Estonian cinematic art.

The aestival atmosphere of the Outdoor Cinema of Tartu Hanseatic Days and the exclusive location, with the capacity of 300 visitors, is a wonderful chance to do so. The main goal of the cooperation with Tartu Hanseatic Days is to show how highly qualified Estonian filmmakers are. With the support of Starman, enjoying movies in the Outdoor Cinema is free of charge to all visitors!

Starman has supported film culture also before. For example, as of last year, Starman is the gold sponsor of the Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF).

http://allfilm.ee/en/filmid/tangerines/
Lossi 25, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
mandariinid_film

00:00

“TANGERINES” / STARMAN’S OUTDOOR CINEMA

(2013)
Director: Zaza Urushadze

Autumn in the 1990s. An Estonian village in Abkhazia. Forest-covered hills, the sea, tangerine orchards. The Abkhazian War in Georgia. Two villagers – an old man Ivo and his neighbour Markus – are the only ones who haven’t left. Markus wants to harvest his tangerine plantation, although Ivo is against cropping during wartime. As the war approaches and the conflict takes place before their very eyes, Ivo finds a survivor on the battlefield – a wounded Caucasian man Akhmed. Despite the danger Ivo takes him to his place. When Markus, while burying the perished Georgians, also finds a survivor. The tangerine harvesters now must resolve their own war, happening under their roof with enemies from both sides. (Source: Allfilm)

***

Starman shows outdoor cinema at Tartu Hanseatic Days!

Starman, offering the best entertainment services at home, brings Outdoor Cinema to the visitors of Tartu Hanseatic Days. In the open air and valuable milieu of the ruins of the Dome Cathedral, the visitors can enjoy the newest Estonian movies for free.

Starman has always wanted to improve Estonian film culture and has supported projects that help to popularise Estonian cinematic art.

The aestival atmosphere of the Outdoor Cinema of Tartu Hanseatic Days and the exclusive location, with the capacity of 300 visitors, is a wonderful chance to do so. The main goal of the cooperation with Tartu Hanseatic Days is to show how highly qualified Estonian filmmakers are. With the support of Starman, enjoying movies in the Outdoor Cinema is free of charge to all visitors!

Starman has supported film culture also before. For example, as of last year, Starman is the gold sponsor of the Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF).

10:00–18:00

Towers of Tartu Dome Cathedral

In 2005, the renovated towers of Tartu Dome Cathedral were opened to visitors, who can now enjoy a splendid view of the city from the viewing platforms on the top of the towerbases. The towers are open for visitors from April to November.

Services and prices:

http://www.muuseum.ut.ee/domecathedral
Lossi 25, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
2.web

10:00–18:00

Towers of Tartu Dome Cathedral

In 2005, the renovated towers of Tartu Dome Cathedral were opened to visitors, who can now enjoy a splendid view of the city from the viewing platforms on the top of the towerbases. The towers are open for visitors from April to November.

Services and prices:

10:00–19:00

Viewing platform of St. John’s Church

The viewing platform is located next to the church bells high in the tower of St. John’s Church and offers a wonderful view on the whole Tartu. The aerial perspective includes the old town, Toome Hill, Supilinn, the Emajõgi and a lot more.

The church tower is open to the visitors during the opening hours of St. John’s Church, during summertime Mon–Sat from 10h to 19h.

Tickets:
2 € – grown ups
1.50 € – pupils, students, seniors
Children under the age 7 – free of charge!

http://www.jaanikirik.ee/vaateplatvorm
Tartu Jaani kirik, Jaani, Tartu, Estonia
1

10:00–19:00

Viewing platform of St. John’s Church

The viewing platform is located next to the church bells high in the tower of St. John’s Church and offers a wonderful view on the whole Tartu. The aerial perspective includes the old town, Toome Hill, Supilinn, the Emajõgi and a lot more.

The church tower is open to the visitors during the opening hours of St. John’s Church, during summertime Mon–Sat from 10h to 19h.

Tickets:
2 € – grown ups
1.50 € – pupils, students, seniors
Children under the age 7 – free of charge!

13:00, 15:00, 19:00

Seto Line’s Cruises

All the cruises depart from the jetty of the Harbour Theatre and require reservation (on the homepage of Seto Line www.setoline.ee, via e-mail or over the phone +372 524 7153).

Schedule:
Fri, 11 July
M/l Alfa at 13h and 15h
M/l Alfa at 19h – Cruise with Hanseatic music and food

Routes and descriptions:
M/l Alfa
The one and a half hour long cruise takes you downriver of the Emajõgi. We outsail the harbours of Tartu – boat harbours of Soola St., Jõe and Rebase, also the former harbour of Tartu in Ropka where you can still see some anchored ships (e.g. the haunted ship Vanemuine). Ahead you can see Tartu prison, we outsail the construction of the new bridge and head for the clear watered Kabina strip mine where we turn around and head back to Tartu. The cruises start and end at the jetty of the Harbour Theatre.

Price list:
7 € – adult
6 € – student/pensioner
5 € – children
17 € – family ticket

M/l Alfa – Cruise with Hanseatic music and food (25 €/person)
What could be better than a tender summer evening enjoying good food and music with your companions? The two hours long cruise on the Emajõgi is filled with Hanseatic snacks and drinks, all this accompanied with beautiful music. The price includes the two hours long cruise, musical programme, snacks and a greeting drink.

www.setoline.ee
Soola 6, 51013 Tartu, Estonia
img_3439

13:00, 15:00, 19:00

Seto Line’s Cruises

All the cruises depart from the jetty of the Harbour Theatre and require reservation (on the homepage of Seto Line www.setoline.ee, via e-mail or over the phone +372 524 7153).

Schedule:
Fri, 11 July
M/l Alfa at 13h and 15h
M/l Alfa at 19h – Cruise with Hanseatic music and food

Routes and descriptions:
M/l Alfa
The one and a half hour long cruise takes you downriver of the Emajõgi. We outsail the harbours of Tartu – boat harbours of Soola St., Jõe and Rebase, also the former harbour of Tartu in Ropka where you can still see some anchored ships (e.g. the haunted ship Vanemuine). Ahead you can see Tartu prison, we outsail the construction of the new bridge and head for the clear watered Kabina strip mine where we turn around and head back to Tartu. The cruises start and end at the jetty of the Harbour Theatre.

Price list:
7 € – adult
6 € – student/pensioner
5 € – children
17 € – family ticket

M/l Alfa – Cruise with Hanseatic music and food (25 €/person)
What could be better than a tender summer evening enjoying good food and music with your companions? The two hours long cruise on the Emajõgi is filled with Hanseatic snacks and drinks, all this accompanied with beautiful music. The price includes the two hours long cruise, musical programme, snacks and a greeting drink.

20:00

Opening Procession

The festival starts with a procession where all the townspeople and visitors of the festival are warmly welcome to participate. The procession starts at 20h in Iron Town, heads up to Science Town through Ülikooli St. and Lossi St., then goes through Children’s Town and St. John’s Town, and culminates at 21h with the opening ceremony on the Town Hall Square where both, the Epochal Jamboree and the tournament of medieval towns are announced. The vocal group Kiivad Armastajad also participates in the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony is followed by a party with the band Curly Strings.

Tasku Keskus AS, Turu, Tartu, Estonia
109_18_07_2008

20:00

Opening Procession

The festival starts with a procession where all the townspeople and visitors of the festival are warmly welcome to participate. The procession starts at 20h in Iron Town, heads up to Science Town through Ülikooli St. and Lossi St., then goes through Children’s Town and St. John’s Town, and culminates at 21h with the opening ceremony on the Town Hall Square where both, the Epochal Jamboree and the tournament of medieval towns are announced. The vocal group Kiivad Armastajad also participates in the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony is followed by a party with the band Curly Strings.

21:00

Opening Ceremony

The festival starts with a procession where all the townspeople and visitors of the festival are warmly welcome to participate. The procession culminates at 21h with the opening ceremony on the Town Hall Square where both, the Epochal Jamboree and the tournament of medieval towns are announced. The vocal group Kiivad Armastajad also participates in the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony is followed by a party with the band Curly Strings.

https://www.facebook.com/curlystrings
Raekoja plats, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
056_18_07_2008

21:00

Opening Ceremony

The festival starts with a procession where all the townspeople and visitors of the festival are warmly welcome to participate. The procession culminates at 21h with the opening ceremony on the Town Hall Square where both, the Epochal Jamboree and the tournament of medieval towns are announced. The vocal group Kiivad Armastajad also participates in the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony is followed by a party with the band Curly Strings.

21:30

Curly Strings

Four friends of musicians who have been playing together in different projects already for years, have joined forces and created a band of their dreams. In that company inspiration is being drawn from everywhere and the creation has no boundaries. One of the band’s peculiarities is its instrumentation (mandolin, violin, guitar and double bass). It is remarkable what they can do with these “limited” possibilities.

Members: Eeva Talsi (violin), Villu Talsi (mandolin), Jalmar Vabarna (acoustic guitar), Taavet Niller (double bass)

https://www.facebook.com/curlystrings
Raekoja plats, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
curly strings

21:30

Curly Strings

Four friends of musicians who have been playing together in different projects already for years, have joined forces and created a band of their dreams. In that company inspiration is being drawn from everywhere and the creation has no boundaries. One of the band’s peculiarities is its instrumentation (mandolin, violin, guitar and double bass). It is remarkable what they can do with these “limited” possibilities.

Members: Eeva Talsi (violin), Villu Talsi (mandolin), Jalmar Vabarna (acoustic guitar), Taavet Niller (double bass)

22:00

Raivo Tafenau – Lembit Saarsalu Quintet

Two Estonian tenor saxophonists, Raivo Tafenau and Lembit Saarsalu have invited young Estonian jazz musicians to join their ensemble. The arising synergy of the group is shared with the audience with uttermost professionalism and warm-heartedness. When experience meets the courageousness of the youth, everything can happen.

Members: Raivo Tafenau (saxophone), Lembit Saarsalu (saxophone), Holger Marjamaa (keyboards), Kaspar Kalluste (drums), Heikko Remmel (double bass)

Ticket: 3€

***

Tartu Jazz Club is a culture club for the admirers of good, honest and beautiful music. The club offers a cup of jazz that contains thrill, relaxation, company and lifestyle.

The home of Tartu Jazz Club is located in the club-bar Jazz, located on the first floor of Ülikooli Café (Ülikooli 20). Here you can listen to quality and delightful music six days a week. The weekly evening programme takes place from Tuesdays to Saturdays.

TARTU JAZZ CLUB – Let’s have a cup of jazz!

http://tartujazzclub.ee
Ülikooli 20, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
saarsalu

22:00

Raivo Tafenau – Lembit Saarsalu Quintet

Two Estonian tenor saxophonists, Raivo Tafenau and Lembit Saarsalu have invited young Estonian jazz musicians to join their ensemble. The arising synergy of the group is shared with the audience with uttermost professionalism and warm-heartedness. When experience meets the courageousness of the youth, everything can happen.

Members: Raivo Tafenau (saxophone), Lembit Saarsalu (saxophone), Holger Marjamaa (keyboards), Kaspar Kalluste (drums), Heikko Remmel (double bass)

Ticket: 3€

***

Tartu Jazz Club is a culture club for the admirers of good, honest and beautiful music. The club offers a cup of jazz that contains thrill, relaxation, company and lifestyle.

The home of Tartu Jazz Club is located in the club-bar Jazz, located on the first floor of Ülikooli Café (Ülikooli 20). Here you can listen to quality and delightful music six days a week. The weekly evening programme takes place from Tuesdays to Saturdays.

TARTU JAZZ CLUB – Let’s have a cup of jazz!

22:00

Stary Olsa / Glasperlenspiel

STARY OLSA is a band of medieval Belarusian music. It was founded in 1999 and takes its name from a brook in the Western part of Mahilou Region (Belarus).

For its performances Stary Olsa uses maximum exact (in appearance, technology and materials) copies of ancient Belarusian instruments, which makes it possible to restore sounds of many forgotten instruments. The purpose is to reconstruct completely, and whenever possible, musical traditions of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania where Belarus was the basic cultural and geopolitical part in the 13th–18th centuries, and where there was a unique synthesis of Belarusian folk and aulic music with European musical achievements of that time.

The band’s repertoire includes Belarusian folk balladry and martial songs, Belarusian national dances, works of Belarusian Renaissance composers, compositions from Belarusian aulic music collections. Stary Olsa has released eleven albums and two live-music projects. Last November the band released an album “Santa Maria”, featuring medieval songs dedicated to Saint Mary.

Members: Zmicer Sasnouskile, Ilja Kublicki, Ales Chumakou, Maria Shary, Andrei Apanovich and Siroga Tapcheuski

Ticket: 10/7 €

***

On Toome Stage, in cooperation with Tartu Hanseatic Days two concerts of the concurrent music festival Glasperlenspiel take place.

Lossi 25, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA

22:00

Stary Olsa / Glasperlenspiel

STARY OLSA is a band of medieval Belarusian music. It was founded in 1999 and takes its name from a brook in the Western part of Mahilou Region (Belarus).

For its performances Stary Olsa uses maximum exact (in appearance, technology and materials) copies of ancient Belarusian instruments, which makes it possible to restore sounds of many forgotten instruments. The purpose is to reconstruct completely, and whenever possible, musical traditions of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania where Belarus was the basic cultural and geopolitical part in the 13th–18th centuries, and where there was a unique synthesis of Belarusian folk and aulic music with European musical achievements of that time.

The band’s repertoire includes Belarusian folk balladry and martial songs, Belarusian national dances, works of Belarusian Renaissance composers, compositions from Belarusian aulic music collections. Stary Olsa has released eleven albums and two live-music projects. Last November the band released an album “Santa Maria”, featuring medieval songs dedicated to Saint Mary.

Members: Zmicer Sasnouskile, Ilja Kublicki, Ales Chumakou, Maria Shary, Andrei Apanovich and Siroga Tapcheuski

Ticket: 10/7 €

***

On Toome Stage, in cooperation with Tartu Hanseatic Days two concerts of the concurrent music festival Glasperlenspiel take place.

The retrospective photo exhibition of Tartu Hanseatic Days

In the atrium on the second floor of Tasku Centre you can enjoy the photo exhibition of the brightest moments of the previous Hanseatic Days. The exhibition is open from 16 June to 20 July.

Tasku Keskus AS, Turu, Tartu, Estonia
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The retrospective photo exhibition of Tartu Hanseatic Days

In the atrium on the second floor of Tasku Centre you can enjoy the photo exhibition of the brightest moments of the previous Hanseatic Days. The exhibition is open from 16 June to 20 July.

00:00

“TANGERINES” / STARMAN’S OUTDOOR CINEMA

(2013)
Director: Zaza Urushadze

Autumn in the 1990s. An Estonian village in Abkhazia. Forest-covered hills, the sea, tangerine orchards. The Abkhazian War in Georgia. Two villagers – an old man Ivo and his neighbour Markus – are the only ones who haven’t left. Markus wants to harvest his tangerine plantation, although Ivo is against cropping during wartime. As the war approaches and the conflict takes place before their very eyes, Ivo finds a survivor on the battlefield – a wounded Caucasian man Akhmed. Despite the danger Ivo takes him to his place. When Markus, while burying the perished Georgians, also finds a survivor. The tangerine harvesters now must resolve their own war, happening under their roof with enemies from both sides. (Source: Allfilm)

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Starman shows outdoor cinema at Tartu Hanseatic Days!

Starman, offering the best entertainment services at home, brings Outdoor Cinema to the visitors of Tartu Hanseatic Days. In the open air and valuable milieu of the ruins of the Dome Cathedral, the visitors can enjoy the newest Estonian movies for free.

Starman has always wanted to improve Estonian film culture and has supported projects that help to popularise Estonian cinematic art.

The aestival atmosphere of the Outdoor Cinema of Tartu Hanseatic Days and the exclusive location, with the capacity of 300 visitors, is a wonderful chance to do so. The main goal of the cooperation with Tartu Hanseatic Days is to show how highly qualified Estonian filmmakers are. With the support of Starman, enjoying movies in the Outdoor Cinema is free of charge to all visitors!

Starman has supported film culture also before. For example, as of last year, Starman is the gold sponsor of the Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF).

http://allfilm.ee/en/filmid/tangerines/
Lossi 25, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
mandariinid_film

00:00

“TANGERINES” / STARMAN’S OUTDOOR CINEMA

(2013)
Director: Zaza Urushadze

Autumn in the 1990s. An Estonian village in Abkhazia. Forest-covered hills, the sea, tangerine orchards. The Abkhazian War in Georgia. Two villagers – an old man Ivo and his neighbour Markus – are the only ones who haven’t left. Markus wants to harvest his tangerine plantation, although Ivo is against cropping during wartime. As the war approaches and the conflict takes place before their very eyes, Ivo finds a survivor on the battlefield – a wounded Caucasian man Akhmed. Despite the danger Ivo takes him to his place. When Markus, while burying the perished Georgians, also finds a survivor. The tangerine harvesters now must resolve their own war, happening under their roof with enemies from both sides. (Source: Allfilm)

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Starman shows outdoor cinema at Tartu Hanseatic Days!

Starman, offering the best entertainment services at home, brings Outdoor Cinema to the visitors of Tartu Hanseatic Days. In the open air and valuable milieu of the ruins of the Dome Cathedral, the visitors can enjoy the newest Estonian movies for free.

Starman has always wanted to improve Estonian film culture and has supported projects that help to popularise Estonian cinematic art.

The aestival atmosphere of the Outdoor Cinema of Tartu Hanseatic Days and the exclusive location, with the capacity of 300 visitors, is a wonderful chance to do so. The main goal of the cooperation with Tartu Hanseatic Days is to show how highly qualified Estonian filmmakers are. With the support of Starman, enjoying movies in the Outdoor Cinema is free of charge to all visitors!

Starman has supported film culture also before. For example, as of last year, Starman is the gold sponsor of the Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF).

10:00–18:00

Towers of Tartu Dome Cathedral

In 2005, the renovated towers of Tartu Dome Cathedral were opened to visitors, who can now enjoy a splendid view of the city from the viewing platforms on the top of the towerbases. The towers are open for visitors from April to November.

Services and prices:

http://www.muuseum.ut.ee/domecathedral
Lossi 25, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
2.web

10:00–18:00

Towers of Tartu Dome Cathedral

In 2005, the renovated towers of Tartu Dome Cathedral were opened to visitors, who can now enjoy a splendid view of the city from the viewing platforms on the top of the towerbases. The towers are open for visitors from April to November.

Services and prices:

10:00–19:00

Viewing platform of St. John’s Church

The viewing platform is located next to the church bells high in the tower of St. John’s Church and offers a wonderful view on the whole Tartu. The aerial perspective includes the old town, Toome Hill, Supilinn, the Emajõgi and a lot more.

The church tower is open to the visitors during the opening hours of St. John’s Church, during summertime Mon–Sat from 10h to 19h.

Tickets:
2 € – grown ups
1.50 € – pupils, students, seniors
Children under the age 7 – free of charge!

http://www.jaanikirik.ee/vaateplatvorm
Tartu Jaani kirik, Jaani, Tartu, Estonia
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10:00–19:00

Viewing platform of St. John’s Church

The viewing platform is located next to the church bells high in the tower of St. John’s Church and offers a wonderful view on the whole Tartu. The aerial perspective includes the old town, Toome Hill, Supilinn, the Emajõgi and a lot more.

The church tower is open to the visitors during the opening hours of St. John’s Church, during summertime Mon–Sat from 10h to 19h.

Tickets:
2 € – grown ups
1.50 € – pupils, students, seniors
Children under the age 7 – free of charge!

13:00, 15:00, 19:00

Seto Line’s Cruises

All the cruises depart from the jetty of the Harbour Theatre and require reservation (on the homepage of Seto Line www.setoline.ee, via e-mail or over the phone +372 524 7153).

Schedule:
Fri, 11 July
M/l Alfa at 13h and 15h
M/l Alfa at 19h – Cruise with Hanseatic music and food

Routes and descriptions:
M/l Alfa
The one and a half hour long cruise takes you downriver of the Emajõgi. We outsail the harbours of Tartu – boat harbours of Soola St., Jõe and Rebase, also the former harbour of Tartu in Ropka where you can still see some anchored ships (e.g. the haunted ship Vanemuine). Ahead you can see Tartu prison, we outsail the construction of the new bridge and head for the clear watered Kabina strip mine where we turn around and head back to Tartu. The cruises start and end at the jetty of the Harbour Theatre.

Price list:
7 € – adult
6 € – student/pensioner
5 € – children
17 € – family ticket

M/l Alfa – Cruise with Hanseatic music and food (25 €/person)
What could be better than a tender summer evening enjoying good food and music with your companions? The two hours long cruise on the Emajõgi is filled with Hanseatic snacks and drinks, all this accompanied with beautiful music. The price includes the two hours long cruise, musical programme, snacks and a greeting drink.

www.setoline.ee
Soola 6, 51013 Tartu, Estonia
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13:00, 15:00, 19:00

Seto Line’s Cruises

All the cruises depart from the jetty of the Harbour Theatre and require reservation (on the homepage of Seto Line www.setoline.ee, via e-mail or over the phone +372 524 7153).

Schedule:
Fri, 11 July
M/l Alfa at 13h and 15h
M/l Alfa at 19h – Cruise with Hanseatic music and food

Routes and descriptions:
M/l Alfa
The one and a half hour long cruise takes you downriver of the Emajõgi. We outsail the harbours of Tartu – boat harbours of Soola St., Jõe and Rebase, also the former harbour of Tartu in Ropka where you can still see some anchored ships (e.g. the haunted ship Vanemuine). Ahead you can see Tartu prison, we outsail the construction of the new bridge and head for the clear watered Kabina strip mine where we turn around and head back to Tartu. The cruises start and end at the jetty of the Harbour Theatre.

Price list:
7 € – adult
6 € – student/pensioner
5 € – children
17 € – family ticket

M/l Alfa – Cruise with Hanseatic music and food (25 €/person)
What could be better than a tender summer evening enjoying good food and music with your companions? The two hours long cruise on the Emajõgi is filled with Hanseatic snacks and drinks, all this accompanied with beautiful music. The price includes the two hours long cruise, musical programme, snacks and a greeting drink.

20:00

Opening Procession

The festival starts with a procession where all the townspeople and visitors of the festival are warmly welcome to participate. The procession starts at 20h in Iron Town, heads up to Science Town through Ülikooli St. and Lossi St., then goes through Children’s Town and St. John’s Town, and culminates at 21h with the opening ceremony on the Town Hall Square where both, the Epochal Jamboree and the tournament of medieval towns are announced. The vocal group Kiivad Armastajad also participates in the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony is followed by a party with the band Curly Strings.

Tasku Keskus AS, Turu, Tartu, Estonia
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20:00

Opening Procession

The festival starts with a procession where all the townspeople and visitors of the festival are warmly welcome to participate. The procession starts at 20h in Iron Town, heads up to Science Town through Ülikooli St. and Lossi St., then goes through Children’s Town and St. John’s Town, and culminates at 21h with the opening ceremony on the Town Hall Square where both, the Epochal Jamboree and the tournament of medieval towns are announced. The vocal group Kiivad Armastajad also participates in the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony is followed by a party with the band Curly Strings.

21:00

Opening Ceremony

The festival starts with a procession where all the townspeople and visitors of the festival are warmly welcome to participate. The procession culminates at 21h with the opening ceremony on the Town Hall Square where both, the Epochal Jamboree and the tournament of medieval towns are announced. The vocal group Kiivad Armastajad also participates in the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony is followed by a party with the band Curly Strings.

https://www.facebook.com/curlystrings
Raekoja plats, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
056_18_07_2008

21:00

Opening Ceremony

The festival starts with a procession where all the townspeople and visitors of the festival are warmly welcome to participate. The procession culminates at 21h with the opening ceremony on the Town Hall Square where both, the Epochal Jamboree and the tournament of medieval towns are announced. The vocal group Kiivad Armastajad also participates in the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony is followed by a party with the band Curly Strings.

21:30

Curly Strings

Four friends of musicians who have been playing together in different projects already for years, have joined forces and created a band of their dreams. In that company inspiration is being drawn from everywhere and the creation has no boundaries. One of the band’s peculiarities is its instrumentation (mandolin, violin, guitar and double bass). It is remarkable what they can do with these “limited” possibilities.

Members: Eeva Talsi (violin), Villu Talsi (mandolin), Jalmar Vabarna (acoustic guitar), Taavet Niller (double bass)

https://www.facebook.com/curlystrings
Raekoja plats, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
curly strings

21:30

Curly Strings

Four friends of musicians who have been playing together in different projects already for years, have joined forces and created a band of their dreams. In that company inspiration is being drawn from everywhere and the creation has no boundaries. One of the band’s peculiarities is its instrumentation (mandolin, violin, guitar and double bass). It is remarkable what they can do with these “limited” possibilities.

Members: Eeva Talsi (violin), Villu Talsi (mandolin), Jalmar Vabarna (acoustic guitar), Taavet Niller (double bass)

22:00

Raivo Tafenau – Lembit Saarsalu Quintet

Two Estonian tenor saxophonists, Raivo Tafenau and Lembit Saarsalu have invited young Estonian jazz musicians to join their ensemble. The arising synergy of the group is shared with the audience with uttermost professionalism and warm-heartedness. When experience meets the courageousness of the youth, everything can happen.

Members: Raivo Tafenau (saxophone), Lembit Saarsalu (saxophone), Holger Marjamaa (keyboards), Kaspar Kalluste (drums), Heikko Remmel (double bass)

Ticket: 3€

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Tartu Jazz Club is a culture club for the admirers of good, honest and beautiful music. The club offers a cup of jazz that contains thrill, relaxation, company and lifestyle.

The home of Tartu Jazz Club is located in the club-bar Jazz, located on the first floor of Ülikooli Café (Ülikooli 20). Here you can listen to quality and delightful music six days a week. The weekly evening programme takes place from Tuesdays to Saturdays.

TARTU JAZZ CLUB – Let’s have a cup of jazz!

http://tartujazzclub.ee
Ülikooli 20, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
saarsalu

22:00

Raivo Tafenau – Lembit Saarsalu Quintet

Two Estonian tenor saxophonists, Raivo Tafenau and Lembit Saarsalu have invited young Estonian jazz musicians to join their ensemble. The arising synergy of the group is shared with the audience with uttermost professionalism and warm-heartedness. When experience meets the courageousness of the youth, everything can happen.

Members: Raivo Tafenau (saxophone), Lembit Saarsalu (saxophone), Holger Marjamaa (keyboards), Kaspar Kalluste (drums), Heikko Remmel (double bass)

Ticket: 3€

***

Tartu Jazz Club is a culture club for the admirers of good, honest and beautiful music. The club offers a cup of jazz that contains thrill, relaxation, company and lifestyle.

The home of Tartu Jazz Club is located in the club-bar Jazz, located on the first floor of Ülikooli Café (Ülikooli 20). Here you can listen to quality and delightful music six days a week. The weekly evening programme takes place from Tuesdays to Saturdays.

TARTU JAZZ CLUB – Let’s have a cup of jazz!

22:00

Stary Olsa / Glasperlenspiel

STARY OLSA is a band of medieval Belarusian music. It was founded in 1999 and takes its name from a brook in the Western part of Mahilou Region (Belarus).

For its performances Stary Olsa uses maximum exact (in appearance, technology and materials) copies of ancient Belarusian instruments, which makes it possible to restore sounds of many forgotten instruments. The purpose is to reconstruct completely, and whenever possible, musical traditions of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania where Belarus was the basic cultural and geopolitical part in the 13th–18th centuries, and where there was a unique synthesis of Belarusian folk and aulic music with European musical achievements of that time.

The band’s repertoire includes Belarusian folk balladry and martial songs, Belarusian national dances, works of Belarusian Renaissance composers, compositions from Belarusian aulic music collections. Stary Olsa has released eleven albums and two live-music projects. Last November the band released an album “Santa Maria”, featuring medieval songs dedicated to Saint Mary.

Members: Zmicer Sasnouskile, Ilja Kublicki, Ales Chumakou, Maria Shary, Andrei Apanovich and Siroga Tapcheuski

Ticket: 10/7 €

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On Toome Stage, in cooperation with Tartu Hanseatic Days two concerts of the concurrent music festival Glasperlenspiel take place.

Lossi 25, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA

22:00

Stary Olsa / Glasperlenspiel

STARY OLSA is a band of medieval Belarusian music. It was founded in 1999 and takes its name from a brook in the Western part of Mahilou Region (Belarus).

For its performances Stary Olsa uses maximum exact (in appearance, technology and materials) copies of ancient Belarusian instruments, which makes it possible to restore sounds of many forgotten instruments. The purpose is to reconstruct completely, and whenever possible, musical traditions of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania where Belarus was the basic cultural and geopolitical part in the 13th–18th centuries, and where there was a unique synthesis of Belarusian folk and aulic music with European musical achievements of that time.

The band’s repertoire includes Belarusian folk balladry and martial songs, Belarusian national dances, works of Belarusian Renaissance composers, compositions from Belarusian aulic music collections. Stary Olsa has released eleven albums and two live-music projects. Last November the band released an album “Santa Maria”, featuring medieval songs dedicated to Saint Mary.

Members: Zmicer Sasnouskile, Ilja Kublicki, Ales Chumakou, Maria Shary, Andrei Apanovich and Siroga Tapcheuski

Ticket: 10/7 €

***

On Toome Stage, in cooperation with Tartu Hanseatic Days two concerts of the concurrent music festival Glasperlenspiel take place.

The retrospective photo exhibition of Tartu Hanseatic Days

In the atrium on the second floor of Tasku Centre you can enjoy the photo exhibition of the brightest moments of the previous Hanseatic Days. The exhibition is open from 16 June to 20 July.

Tasku Keskus AS, Turu, Tartu, Estonia
274_1111_s_g_be80u

The retrospective photo exhibition of Tartu Hanseatic Days

In the atrium on the second floor of Tasku Centre you can enjoy the photo exhibition of the brightest moments of the previous Hanseatic Days. The exhibition is open from 16 June to 20 July.

00:00

“TANGERINES” / STARMAN’S OUTDOOR CINEMA

(2013)
Director: Zaza Urushadze

Autumn in the 1990s. An Estonian village in Abkhazia. Forest-covered hills, the sea, tangerine orchards. The Abkhazian War in Georgia. Two villagers – an old man Ivo and his neighbour Markus – are the only ones who haven’t left. Markus wants to harvest his tangerine plantation, although Ivo is against cropping during wartime. As the war approaches and the conflict takes place before their very eyes, Ivo finds a survivor on the battlefield – a wounded Caucasian man Akhmed. Despite the danger Ivo takes him to his place. When Markus, while burying the perished Georgians, also finds a survivor. The tangerine harvesters now must resolve their own war, happening under their roof with enemies from both sides. (Source: Allfilm)

***

Starman shows outdoor cinema at Tartu Hanseatic Days!

Starman, offering the best entertainment services at home, brings Outdoor Cinema to the visitors of Tartu Hanseatic Days. In the open air and valuable milieu of the ruins of the Dome Cathedral, the visitors can enjoy the newest Estonian movies for free.

Starman has always wanted to improve Estonian film culture and has supported projects that help to popularise Estonian cinematic art.

The aestival atmosphere of the Outdoor Cinema of Tartu Hanseatic Days and the exclusive location, with the capacity of 300 visitors, is a wonderful chance to do so. The main goal of the cooperation with Tartu Hanseatic Days is to show how highly qualified Estonian filmmakers are. With the support of Starman, enjoying movies in the Outdoor Cinema is free of charge to all visitors!

Starman has supported film culture also before. For example, as of last year, Starman is the gold sponsor of the Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF).

http://allfilm.ee/en/filmid/tangerines/
Lossi 25, Tartu, Tartu linn, Estonia
mandariinid_film

00:00

“TANGERINES” / STARMAN’S OUTDOOR CINEMA

(2013)
Director: Zaza Urushadze

Autumn in the 1990s. An Estonian village in Abkhazia. Forest-covered hills, the sea, tangerine orchards. The Abkhazian War in Georgia. Two villagers – an old man Ivo and his neighbour Markus – are the only ones who haven’t left. Markus wants to harvest his tangerine plantation, although Ivo is against cropping during wartime. As the war approaches and the conflict takes place before their very eyes, Ivo finds a survivor on the battlefield – a wounded Caucasian man Akhmed. Despite the danger Ivo takes him to his place. When Markus, while burying the perished Georgians, also finds a survivor. The tangerine harvesters now must resolve their own war, happening under their roof with enemies from both sides. (Source: Allfilm)

***

Starman shows outdoor cinema at Tartu Hanseatic Days!

Starman, offering the best entertainment services at home, brings Outdoor Cinema to the visitors of Tartu Hanseatic Days. In the open air and valuable milieu of the ruins of the Dome Cathedral, the visitors can enjoy the newest Estonian movies for free.

Starman has always wanted to improve Estonian film culture and has supported projects that help to popularise Estonian cinematic art.

The aestival atmosphere of the Outdoor Cinema of Tartu Hanseatic Days and the exclusive location, with the capacity of 300 visitors, is a wonderful chance to do so. The main goal of the cooperation with Tartu Hanseatic Days is to show how highly qualified Estonian filmmakers are. With the support of Starman, enjoying movies in the Outdoor Cinema is free of charge to all visitors!

Starman has supported film culture also before. For example, as of last year, Starman is the gold sponsor of the Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF).

Korraldaja jätab endale õiguse programmis muudatusi teha, värskeim ajakava kajastub kodulehel.