Tallinn Music Week is a music industry conference and one of the biggest indoor festivals in the Baltic region that started out in 2009. The mission of the festival, taking place for the fifth time, is tourism destination.
Tallinn Music Week welcomes around 300 international and 300 local music industry delegates to metal and anything in between.
The delegates’ registration and artists’ application round for TMW 2013 are open at www.tmw.ee
Tallinn Music Week comprises of:
Music festival – at the fifth edition of Tallinn Music Week we will present a line-up of up to pop, rock, classical music and everything in between.
International music industry conference – where music industry players from all over Europe will discuss the future of music business and creative industries. Esto.
TMW 2013 SCHEDULE:
Thursday, 4 April: opening night / delegates arrival
Friday & Saturday, 5-6 April: seminar panels 10AM – 5PM / festival 7PM – 03AM
Sunday, 7 April: delegates travel home
For more info and festival programme see www.tmw.ee
The press thinks:
Helienne Lindvall, The Guardian:
“Tallinn Music Week suggested the Baltic States would be the next region touching on the perils of being an outspoken musician when the country was part of the Soviet Union.”
Kieron Tyler, The Arts Desk:
“Tallinn Music Week is the most diverse of the citycentre music festivals I’ve seen. Lack of a unifying music theme could lead to be taken on its merits, regardless of genre or eccentricity of line up.”
Adam Harper, Wire Magazine:
“Tallinn Music Week has proven that a country as small as Estoo.”
Andrew Childs, Loud and Quiet:
“Over the weekend, Tallinn Music Week (TMW) experienced a significant rise in music executive types who would normally associate themselves with the larger and more established showcase conferences, like SXSW, CMJ and our own The Great Escape. Considering the event’s previous success sto offer.”