On February 7, the second Jew's Harp Festival invites everyone, who has a Jew's harp at home which is awaiting to be played, to take the first steps together with the best Jew's harp players in Estonia at Kloostri Ait in Tallinn.
The festival programme includes workshops for beginners and advanced players, joint playing sessions, Jew's harp orchestra sessions and a concert. The concert consists of both solo and ensemble performances on the Jew's harp. For the first time in the history of the festival, guests have been invited to take part in it – the famous Finnish Jew's harp player Tapani Varis and traditional musician Petri Prauda.
All workshops are free of charge!
Cätlin Mägi, Juhan Suits, Merike Paberits, Jaan Tätte jr, etc have promised to contribute to organising the festival.
Programme (exact times to be specified soon):
11.00 Workshops for beginners and advanced players
15.00 - 17.30 Workshops for beginners and advanced players
19.00 Grand Jew's harp concert at club Sinilind
Tapani Varis and Petri Prauda, Cätlin Mägi, Juhan Suits, Merike Paberits, Jaan Tätte jr, Gerth Jaanimäe and Tartu Parmupilliaktiiv are performing at the concert.
We advise everyone to bring their own instruments but you can also borrow instruments on site.
NB! We ask you kindly to sign up for the workshops.
II Jew's Harp Festival is supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.
Jew's Harp Festival organiser
Tel: +372 56 918 768