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    Theatre Market

    Open air stage, free of charge
    5-7 September

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    L’elisir d’amore

    Opening performance of the season on 10 September

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    Baroque opera by G.F. Händel
    Premiere on 18 September

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    On stage again on
    11, 19 and 28 September


  • Opera concerts in Tallinn Town Hall

    04.07.2014 / Rahvusooper Estonia

    Tallinna Raekoda

    On July 15, 18, 22, 25 and 29 there will take place traditional summer opera concerts in the Tallinn Town Hall. Next to the soloists of the Estonian National Opera Kadri Kipper, Oliver Kuusik and …

  • Estonian National Opera had a successful season

    20.06.2014 / Rahvusooper Estonia


    On 20 June, a performance of “L’elisir d’amore” ended the 108th season of the Estonian National Opera. During the season, a total of 194,000 people visited the jubilee festival of the Estonia theatre building; the …

  • New guest soloists in “La traviata”

    10.06.2014 / Rahvusooper Estonia


    “La traviata” on 11 June will surprise with two young guest soloists – Marie Fajtová in the role of Violetta and Raimonds Bramanis in the role of Alfredo. The performace will be conducted by Risto …

  • A love potion that really works …

    22.05.2014 / Rahvusooper Estonia


    Göran Forsling / Seen and Heard International / May 2014 / A cock’s crowing and a dog’s barking off-stage while the villagers fill the stage before the overture, inform us that we are in a …

Opera House

The Jugend-classicistic theatre building designed by Finnish architects Armas Lindgren and Wivi Lönn was the largest building in the early 20th century Tallinn. One side of the two-wing building was intended for a theatre and the other for a concert hall. This is so also today. Between the magnificent flanks was a lower part which housed a restaurant (the White Hall) and a cloistered inner court which gave colour to the building. The theatre and concert building was inaugurated on 24 August 1913. Sculptor August Weizenberg donated to the new theatre two of his most stunning marble sculptures, “Koit” (Dawn) and “Hämarik” (Dusk) which decorated the Red Hall of the theatre.

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