TALLINN - This grand festival, founded in 2005 to great fanfare, is held in the churches and halls of the Old Town of Tallinn. A number of top Estonian soloists and foreign guests perform in the traditional high art festival in this ancient city.
Young talent from the music schools of Estonia will perform in the festival tent located at the Freedom Square.
The headliner for the jubilee festival is the string orchestra Kammersymphonie Berlin, with the traditional Marje and Kuldar Sink PLMF award “Young Singer 2014” to be awarded to the next young talented star.
Tallinn Chamber Music Festival, from Aug. 21-30.
For more info: www.plmf.ee