Residents’ satisfaction with the selection of cultural events taking place in Tallinn has returned to a level as high as it was before Covid-19 but the opportunities to visit these events as much as wanted is in a downward trend. The most popular cultural events organised by the city are Tallinn Old Town Days and Tallinn Maritime Days.
The City of Tallinn is providing €68,480 to 14 ventures as part of this year’s last round of grants for cultural non-profit activities.
Tallinn City Government has confirmed Lennart Sundja as Director of the Tallinn Philharmonic from 1 June.
The City of Tallinn is awarding a total of €110 307 to 19 organisations in the second quarter of the cultural non-profit funding round. In addition, a total of €69 491 in operating grants will be awarded to 60 Song and Dance Festival groups.
Tallinn has set up a website to bring together information on various free cultural and leisure activities for war refugees from Ukraine.