TBT Recommends - 2005-11-30

  • 2005-11-30


Thu 15 's 21:00 's The British jazz saxophonist, Courtney Pine, will present his latest album "Resistance" live in concert at Tallinn's Rock Cafe. Touching on Pine's favorite bases: African music, jazz funk, dub, soul and drum 'n base, the music carries an unfaltering sense of fun. As a critic from the British magazine Jazzwise said, "This could well be the best Courtney Pine album in the story so far." There's no better way to enjoy live jazz than in a neighborhood cafe, and Tallinn's Rock Cafe will provide the perfect setting.

Tickets: 300 kroons (19 euros)

More info: www.rockcafe.ee



Fri 9 's 20:00 's Hansa disco night Nr.4 could end up being the biggest dance event of the year. According to concert organizers, this show boasts better sound, colorful lights, special guests and "everything necessary to enjoy an outstanding night out." Chris Norman, former leader of the popular 80s band Smokie, will join the famous Latvian band Opus, The Gipson Brothers and many more singers and DJs to light up Kipsala Hall. Despite what many 40-somethings may say, disco is not dead 's not in Riga at least.

Tickets: 10 lats (14 euros)

More info: www.diskonakts.lv



Don't let the absence of an English menu put you off, this Russian-inspired restaurant is perfect for a late Friday night and is especially good for banquets. For many Russians, a good night out can be as opulent as a wedding: lots of eating lots, drinking and dancing, preferably in pairs, to the sound of a live cabaret act. St. Peterburgas offers plenty of cheese and an enormous amount of fun.

Location: Antakalnio St. 39

Tel: (370) 234 6650.