March 6 - 10
Estonia's premiere youth rhythm music festival, Studentjazz, makes its annual return with concerts planned for Tallinn, Tartu and Viljandi. This year's headliners include Heads & Tales and the Maratone Quintet, both from Finland, Lithuanian ensemble Juozas Kuraitis & Tomas Razmus, and Estonian groups Ajavares, the Pavel Korotajev Quintet and the [Re:Jazz] Collective. Events take place in various locations; check the official website for details.
More info: www.tudengijazz.ee
WIDE EXHIBITION OF NUMISMATICS
An exhibition at the Latvian National Museum of History entitled "The History of the Austrian Money from Antiquity until Nowadays" will give visitors a rare chance to see some rare Austrian money, and to see how Austria's monetary history compares with that of Latvia. Among the unique exhibits represented will be one of the first coins in the world made from the fusion of natural gold and silver, and the earliest thalers (dollars) minted in Tyrol in 1486.
The exhibition runs until March 31.
More info: www.history-museum.lv
THE SOUNDING WAVE
March 4 's 11
Over the next few days audiences in the Klaipeda Concert Hall will see and hear some of the freshest talent from this part of Europe as "The Sounding Wave," a concert festival showcasing young musicians from Sweden, Denmark, Portugal, Belgium, Norway and Lithuania, presents a six concert series. In addition to the concerts themselves, educational projects involving the best soloists, ensembles, choirs and orchestras will take place.
More info on the program
of the festival: www.koncertusale.lt