Pärnu Concert Hall

Pärnu Concert Hall

This modern imposing building (2002, architects K. Koov, K. Nõmm, H. Grossscmidth) promotes its own concert season of prestigious visiting artists as well as being home for the Pärnu Music School, Pärnu City Orchestra, Music Shop (Is Music team). In the rooms of the concert hall, the Cafe Cello is opened.
Traditionally, the most festive events in Pärnu are held here, including receptions of the Mayor and New Years Eve celebrations. No other hall in Estonia can compete with Pärnu Concert Hall in combining flexibility and beauty with adaptability.

Pärnu Concert Hall calendar

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    • Noorus Spa Hotel
    • Mihkli Church of Jõhvi
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    • Tartu Raadi airplane hangar
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    • Viljandi Song Square
    • Karksi County Leisure Centre
    • Kanuti Gildi SAAL
    • Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall
    • Kaunas State Philharmonic Hall
    • Klaipeda Concert Hall
    • Kuressaare castle
    • Assembly Hall of Estonian Academy of Sciences
    • House of the Blackheads
    • KUMU auditoorium
    • Kumu Auditorium
    • Kullamaa Cultural house
    • Endla Teatri Jazzklubi
    • Endla Theatre Jazzclub
    • Tallinn Creative Hub
    • Karula Maarja Church
    • Tartu St. Paul’s church
    • Tallinn St. John’s church
    • Kadriorg Palace
    • Nordea Concert Hall
    • Tubin Hall of the Heino Eller Tartu Music School
    • Methodist Church
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    • Valga Culture and Hobby Centre
    • Võru Culture Centre “Kannel”
    • St. John’s Church, Tartu
    • Narva Castle
    • Niguliste Church
    • Studio 1 of Eesti Raadio
    • The guesthouse of Gustav Ernesaks
    • Estonia Concert Hall
    • Vanemuise Concert Hall
    • Pärnu Concert Hall
    • Concert Hall "Jaani Kirik"
    • Jõhvi Concert Hall
  • Events found: 4
    All future events: 83
    T 23. 05

    Final concert of the season: Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra

    • Thursday, 23.05
    • 19:00
    • Pärnu , Pärnu Concert Hall
    • Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra
      Tom Borrow (piano, Israel)
      Also participating: Girl’s Choir Ellerhein (Tallinn Hobby Centre Kullo) in Tallinn and Pärnu
      Tartu University Chamber Choir in Tartu
      Conductor Andres Mustonen
    • SA Eesti Kontsert
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    Introduction

    Programme: Mendelssohn. Concert opening „A Midsummer Night’s Dream“ Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor...

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    S 26. 05

    Introduction

    The Final concert of PromFest, which is also the final round for the 11th Klaudia Taev Competition. The six young...

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    W 30. 10

    The Goblin. Ballet by Eduard Tubin

    Introduction

    World premiere on March 31, 1943 Vanemuine Theatre Premiere at the Estonian National opera on September 18,...

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    S 30. 11

    Estonian National Male Choir 75

    Introduction

    Programme: Mendelssohn, Matsushita, Maimets, Reger, Janulyte, Bonato The 75th jubilee concert focuses primarily on...

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    Services

    Pärnu Concert Hall

    This modern imposing building (2002, architects K. Koov, K. Nõmm, H....

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    Equipment rental in Pärnu Concert Hall

    Projector  PANASONIC 7500 Ansi LUM and CHRISTIE D 12 WU-H...

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    Cafe Cello in Pärnu Concert Hall

    Opened in the Pärnu Concert facilities, the Cafe Cello serves the freshest...

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    Exhibitions in Pärnu Concert Hall

    We welcome organising exhibitions in the facilities of the concert hall....

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    People

    NamePositionE-mailPhone
    Marika PärkHead of Pärnu Concert Hallmarika.park@concert.ee4 455 805
    Kadri PressSecretarykadri.press@concert.ee4 455 804
    Margus LuurAdministrative managermargus.luur@concert.ee4 455 803
    Eveli LoorentsSales managereveli.loorents@concert.ee4 455 808
    Jaana KaljulaidAdministratorjaana.kaljulaid@concert.ee4 455 807
    Information desk pmk.infolaud@concert.ee4 455 810
    Vilve NõmmikManager of Cafe Cellovilve.nommik@concert.ee4 455 815

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