Musiccase is a company run and owned by Helen Sildna, who has been a music promoter and talent booker in Estonian since 2001. Musiccase was established at the beginning of 2009 and the company’s goal is to promote new and fresh musical talent, both Estonian and international. Also to enhance and encourage international partnership networks between Estonia and other European countries in the field of music, so that more fresh international talent would be well promoted in Estonia and more Estonian talent would get to play and be listened to abroad.

Photo: Mart Sepp

To achieve these goals Musiccase promotes and organizes:

Tallinn Music Week - a new talent showcase festival together with music & creative industries networking event, taking place annually in Tallinn during the last weekend of March;

Tartu muusikanädal - new Estonian music festival, taking place in August in Estonia’s second-biggest town Tartu in collaboration with tARTuFF / PÖFF film festival;

Club & theatre shows all year long – to mention a few: Air, Efterklang, Sigur Ros, Morrissey, Tricky, KTU, Rufus Wainwright, Cut Copy, Feist, Regina Spektor, Patti Smith and many more.

Musiccase has also produced and programmed two special state-level events in Estonia to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the country’s independence in 2011 when Tallinn was the European Capital of Culture:

Vabaduse laul / “Song of Freedom” – taking place at Tallinn Song Festival grounds with 25 artists and an audience of 70 000 people;

Islandi päev / “Iceland Day” – a full day of Icelandic culture in Tallinn: music, film, arts, design and food – a collaboration with Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the state of Iceland to celebrate Iceland having been the first country to recognize Estonian independence in 1991.

Photo: Riina Varol

Photo: Riina Varol

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