Over 10 days in April the Tallinn International Festival Jazzkaar brings the brightest and most interesting stars and exciting new discoveries from the international and Estonian jazz scenes to the capital.
RETRO/PER/SPECTIVES: CHOREA. Theatre Festival is a space for confrontations, innovative theatre search, a platform for workshop meetings and an arena for discussions of changes in theatre of the 21st century.
The Hungarian Dance House Festival and Fair is one of the most important national folkore festivals of the year - a cavalcade of traditional folk music, folk dance, handcrafts and folk arts of the Hungarian language region.
Operosa Festival promotes young Balkan opera talent and brings contemporary interpretations to a modern audience. The programme focuses on repertoire suited to young singers and works with established international guest artistic directors to showcase opera as a modern artform.
Katowice JazzArt Festival emphasizes many dimensions of music including the presence in the public space, correspondances between musical genres and cross-cutting approaches with other artistic forms, especially with visual arts.
The largest annual jazz festival in the Helsinki metropolitan area features a wide spectrum of Finnish and international rising stars and eminent artists. Since 1987 this easily accessible urban festival has taken place in Espoo at the end of April.