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    Ballet Evening

    New production!
    Premiere on November 4, 2016

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    Guided Tour

    Pre-performance guided tours in English on Saturdays at 17.30

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    Stage Director Dmitri Bertman, Designer Ene-Liis Semper

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    Back on stage
    Michael Wade Lee as guest soloist


  • Guest performances of Helikon-Opera in the Estonian National Opera

    10.10.2016 / Stina Vürmer


    On 13th–15th of October, the Estonian National Opera will swap the stage with Moscow Helikon-Opera. Helikon-Opera will give the Estonian audience the chance to see Rimsky-Korsakov’s opera “The Tsar’s Bride”. The dreadful story telling of …

  • “The Flying Dutchman” by Italian director Pamela Recinella

    30.08.2016 / Ülla Veerg


    22 September will see the premiare of romantic opera by Richard Wagner “The Flying Dutchman”, directed by Italian stage director Pamela Recinella. The designer is Yannis Thavoris from UK, the premiere will be conducted by …

  • 2016/2017 season about to start

    11.08.2016 / Stina Vürmer


    Estonian National Opera’s 111th season is like a gourmet menu with a rich selection. The season starts with summer performances on August 13 with the famous musical “Fiddler on the Roof” by Jerry Bock. Its …

  • Opera house is on summer holidays!

    28.06.2016 / Stina Vürmer


    Estonian National Opera is on summer holidays until August 12. The opera box office is closed from June 22 until July 17. You are welcome to book Your tickets by phone from Monday to Friday …

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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