TALLINN - German heavy metal outfit Rammstein will perform in the capital of Estonia on July 21 next year.
The concert to be played at the Song Festival Grounds will be the fifth time for Rammstein to perform in Tallinn.
The German heavy m...
At 4 p.m. on Friday 5 July, Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre will open its height-of-summer season with exhibitions by Latvian, Baltic and international artists. The opening ceremony will be preceded by a conference of Baltic ceramicists, scheduled to start at noon sharp.
Award winning painter and sculptor Tamar Chatterjee's never seen before charcoal works will be going on display on June 27th, 2019, at NOP, Tallinn, and will be on view until the end of summer.
The exhibition, titled "inTransience" will feature13 black a...
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