Kids | Tallinn Music Week


The TMW Kids Program invited families with children aged 7 to 16 to participate in fun and enlightening music workshops.

Take a look at TMW 2019 TMW Kids programme:

TMW Kids Program is presented by The Estonian Children’s Literature Centre (ELK). Here, children, their parents, and friends can explore the exciting music world and, most importantly, enjoy themselves.

This year’s TMW junior league workshops are on the slope of a strong traditional music. Under the guidance of the folk musicians Karoliina Kreintaal and Katariina Raska, you can learn ancient song games. The leader of Estonian-Ukrainian band Svjata Vatra Ruslan Trochynskyi together with his daughter Rute will talk about different music cultures and different generations.

Karoliina Kreintaal

The accordion player Tuulikki Bartosik, together with Reval Etno orchestra will give a fast-paced traditional music course for children who have brought their own instruments. The guitarist Argo Vals shows what exciting sounds can be created with guitars and loopers. In the center’s attic room children can design concert posters, album covers and other music-related items with the help from illustrator Kertu Sillaste.

Reval Etno ja Tuulikki Bartosik

The day will start with mood-lifting concert by * Kristel Aaslaid and Martin Kuut. During the day children can participate in three different workshops and have lunch at EMA Café, organised by Kahvliahvi Kokakool masterchefs.


12.00 Opening Concert, big hall: Kristel Aaslaid and Martin Kuut

13:00 – 13:50 Workshop 1, big hall: Singing Games. Karoliina Kreintaal and Katariina Raska

13:00 – 13:50 Workshop 2, varakamber: Tuulikki Bartosik and Reval Etno Orchestra

14:00 – 14:50 Workshop 3, big hall: Ruslan and Rute Trochynskyi “Different Cultures and Generations in Music”

14:00 – 14:50 Workshop 3, Valter Gallery: Argo Vals, Guitars and loopers

13:00 – 15:00 Attic: Kertu Sillaste, faces and music

13:00 – 15:00 EMA cafe open, Kahvliahvi Kokakooli masterchefs in action

* The Estonian Children’s Literature Centre is open on Saturday from 11:00, when pre-registration for workshops will begin. However, if the workshop seats are full, there is still an opportunity to attend an art workshop, which is open throughout the day.