Austrian Week in Pärnu

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Austrian Week in Pärnu

Saturday, 24th of January:

  • 12:00 Opening ceremony of The Austrian Week in Pärnu Central Library (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu), Salzburg Music School’s concert conducted by Elke Krahm, opening of the exhibition by Peter & Regina Rieder
  • 12:00 Ranna Library (Papiniidu 50) “Austrian fairytales and children’s literature”. Fairy-tale teller Jaak Känd introduces Austrian authors to children.
  • 17:00 Austrian Ambassador’s reception at Ammende Villa /invitations only/ (Mere pst. 7, Pärnu), speeches, opening of the exhibition „Mahler and Vienna“, performing artist Ka Bo Chan (contratenor, China) and Mirva Helske (piano, Finland)
  • 12:00 – 16:00 Ski jumps from the removable tower „Marumägi“ at the Martens Square, Pärnu. Guidance by instructors. FREE
  • Curling camp for the youth at Jõulumäe Tervisespordikeskus (Leina village, Tahkuranna parish, Pärnumaa). For youngsters from RVK Open Youth Center – because of weather postponed for the future
  • Pärnu Central Library, the German reading room is displaying Austrian literature (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu)

Austrian themed exhibitions:

  • Art Studio of the Ridala Primary School students’ works in Pärnu Hospital (Ristiku 1, Pärnu)
  • Tartu Art School students’ works at Raeküla Old School Center (Lembitu 1, Pärnu)
  • Pärnu Elementary School students’ pictures and essays in Old-Pärnu Cultural Center (J.V.Jannseni 39,Pärnu)

Daily offers:

  • Pärnu Museum Café (Aida 3, Pärnu)
  • Café „Komfek“ (Kuninga 24, Pärnu)
  • Café Grand (Kuninga 25, Pärnu)

 Sunday, 25th of January:

  •  12:00 Salzburg Music School’s concert conducted by Elke Krahm in Tori Church (Tori, Pärnumaa)
  • 14:00 Austrian themed day at the Old-Pärnu Cultural Center (Haapsalu mnt.11, Pärnu). A coversation with a big Austrian fan –  Ela Tomson, and Piccolo Harmonica Club Concert.
  • 15:00 Salzburg Music School’s concert conducted by Elke Krahm at Raeküla Old School Center (Lembitu 1, Pärnu)
  • 17:00 poetry evening – Poetry Club Luuletaeva Latern and creative membership of the Two Jaak and Friends, students studying the German language. Music by Raeküla Old School Retroansambel. Presented are such Austrian poets as Lenau, Rilke, Trakli, Artmann, Bachmann, Celan, Aichinger, Gerstli, Mayröckeri, Jandli. The evening is completed with Henrik Visnapuu poems, which he wrote in Austria after leaving Estonia. Cafe Grand (Kuninga 25, Pärnu)
  • 12:00-16:00 Ski jumps from the removable tower „Marumägi“ at the Pärnu Sportshall. Guidance by instructors. FREE
  • Curling camp for the youth at Jõulumäe Tervisespordikeskus (Leina village, Tahkuranna parish, 86504, Pärnumaa). For youngsters from RVK Open Youth Center – because of weather postponed for the future
  • Pärnu Central Library, the German reading room is displaying Austrian literature (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu)

Austrian themed exhibitions:

  • Peter and Regina Rieder’s graphic art exhibition in Pärnu Central Library (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu)
  • „Mahler and Vienna“ at Ammende Villa (Mere pst. 7, Pärnu)
  • Art Studio of the Ridala Primary School students’ works in Pärnu Hospital (Ristiku 1, Pärnu)
  • Tartu Art School students’ works at Raeküla Old School Center (Lembitu 1, Pärnu)
  • Pärnu Elementary School students’ pictures and essays in Old-Pärnu Cultural Center (J.V.Jannseni 39,Pärnu)

Daily offers:

  • Pärnu Museum Café (Aida 3, Pärnu)
  • Café „Komfek“ (Kuninga 24, Pärnu)
  • Café Grand (Kuninga 25, Pärnu)

 Monday, 26th of January:

  • 09:30 Salzburg Music School’s concert conducted by Elke Krahm in Pärnu Sütevaka Humanities High School (Lõuna 20, Pärnu)
  • 11:00 Salzburg Music School’s concert conducted by Elke Krahm in the Elementary School of Kuninga Street(Kuninga 29, Pärnu)
  • 11:30 Radio Theatre presents Austrian writer Arthur Schnitzler’s short story “Death of bachelorhood” on Vikerraadio (repeats at 22:30). Played by Sulev Teppart
  • 13:00 Salzburg Music School’s concert conducted by Elke Krahm in Sindi High School (Kooli 9, Sind)
  • 16:00 Salzburg Music School’s concert conducted by Elke Krahm in TÜ Pärnu College (Ringi 35, Pärnu)

17:30 Museum of New Art (10 Esplanade, Pärnu), a free movie night

  • Portrait Films
  •  “Limit” – 6 min, 2009 Austria, directed by Eni Brandner
  •  “Something there is nothing” – 10 min, 2003 Austria, author Marie Ruprecht
  •  “Men at Work” – 32 min, England in 2010, directed by Christine Moderbacher
  • 18:00 Introduction of Austrian coffee house culture at Café Grand (Kuninga 25, Pärnu) Austrian music played from vinyl records Valter Parve
  • 10:00-14:00 Ski jumps from the removable tower „Marumägi“ outside of Raeküla’s Old School Centre (Lembitu 1, Pärnu). Guidance by instructors. FREE
  • 7:00-10:45 Austrian themed quiz in Tre-radio (Rapla 91,3 MHz; Pärnu 92,6 MHz http://www.treraadio.ee/)
  • Pärnu Central Library, the German reading room is displaying Austrian literature (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu)

Austrian themed exhibitions:

  • Peter and Regina Rieder’s graphic art exhibition in Pärnu Central Library (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu) „Mahler and Vienna“ at Ammende Villa (Mere pst. 7, Pärnu)
  • Art Studio of the Ridala Primary School students’ works in Pärnu Hospital (Ristiku 1, Pärnu)
  • Tartu Art School students’ works at Raeküla Old School Center (Lembitu 1, Pärnu)
  • Pärnu Elementary School students’ pictures and essays in Old-Pärnu Cultural Center (J.V.Jannseni 39,Pärnu)

Daily offers:

  • Pärnu Museum Café (Aida 3, Pärnu)
  • Café „Komfek“ (Kuninga 24, Pärnu)
  • Café Grand (Kuninga 25, Pärnu)

 

Tuesday, 27th of January: 

  • 11:30 Radio Theatre presents Austrian writer Arthur Schnitzler’s short story “Death of bachelorhood” on Vikerraadio (repeats at 22:30). Played by Sulev Teppart
  • 9:00 to 12:00 Ülejõe Gümnaasium “Austrian fairy tales and children’s literature.” Fairytale father Jaak introduces Austrian authors children’s books and tells fairy tales to children
  • 14:00 UT Pärnu College (Ringi 35, Pärnu) Austrian business seminar in collaboration with the University of Tartu Pärnu College operators and ADVANTAGE AUSTRIA. Registration deadline until 26/1/2015 at info@raekylavanakool.ee

17:30 Film Night at the Museum of New Art (10 Esplanade, Pärnu), free of charge.

  • Portrait of modern times
  •  “Country of me” – 100 min, 2011 Austria / Germany, directed by Paul Poet
  • 18:00 Sensual waltz workshop at Raeküla’s Old School Centre, teacher Gerti Leesman from Dance Duo Showtime (Lembitu 1, Pärnu)
  • 7:00-10:45 Austrian themed quiz in Tre-radio (Rapla 91,3 MHz; Pärnu 92,6 MHz http://www.treraadio.ee/)
  • Pärnu Central Library, the German reading room is displaying Austrian literature (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu)

Austrian themed exhibitions:

  • Peter and Regina Rieder’s graphic art exhibition in Pärnu Central Library (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu) „Mahler and Vienna“ at Ammende Villa (Mere pst. 7, Pärnu)
  • Art Studio of the Ridala Primary School students’ works in Pärnu Hospital (Ristiku 1, Pärnu)
  • Tartu Art School students’ works at Raeküla Old School Center (Lembitu 1, Pärnu)
  • Pärnu Elementary School students’ pictures and essays in Old-Pärnu Cultural Center (J.V.Jannseni 39,Pärnu)

Daily offers:

  • Pärnu Museum Café (Aida 3, Pärnu)
  • Café „Komfek“ (Kuninga 24, Pärnu)
  • Café Grand (Kuninga 25, Pärnu)

 

Wednesday, 28th of January

  • 11:20 Mary – Magdalene Guild (New 5, Pärnu), Clay workshop for children about Austrian fairy tales, supervised by Helle Tölp. Booked activities, à EUR 5.-. If interested, contact  helle.tulp@gmail.com or call 55574546
  • 11:30 Radio Theatre presents Austrian writer Arthur Schnitzler’s short story “Death of bachelorhood” on Vikerraadio (repeats at 22:30). Played by Sulev Teppart
  • 18:00 Opening of the exhibition introducing Austria, an Austrian-themed felting workshop – instructed by Eve Reinväli, Austrian week marks making- The instructor is youth worker Maili Isand at Sindi Youth Centre (Paide street 1, Sindi)

17:30 Film Night at the Museum of New Art (10 Esplanade, Pärnu), free

  • Lessons from history
  •  “Recalling Children” – 72 min, 2005-2007 Austria / France,  authors Hannes Gellner and Thomas Draschan
  • 19:00 A quiz by Jaan Allik at Kentuki Pub (Tallinna mnt. 12, Pärnu)
  • 7:00-10:45 Austrian themed quiz in Tre-radio (Rapla 91,3 MHz; Pärnu 92,6 MHz http://www.treraadio.ee/)
  • Pärnu Central Library, the German reading room is displaying Austrian literature (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu)

Austrian themed exhibitions:

  • Peter and Regina Rieder’s graphic art exhibition in Pärnu Central Library (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu) „Mahler and Vienna“ at Ammende Villa (Mere pst. 7, Pärnu)
  • Art Studio of the Ridala Primary School students’ works in Pärnu Hospital (Ristiku 1, Pärnu)
  • Tartu Art School students’ works at Raeküla Old School Center (Lembitu 1, Pärnu)
  • Pärnu Elementary School students’ pictures and essays in Old-Pärnu Cultural Center (J.V.Jannseni 39,Pärnu)

Daily offers:

  • Pärnu Museum Café (Aida 3, Pärnu)
  • Café „Komfek“ (Kuninga 24, Pärnu)
  • Café Grand (Kuninga 25, Pärnu)

Thursday, 29th of January:

  • 11:20 Mary – Magdalene Guild (New 5, Pärnu), Clay workshop for children from the Austrian fairy tales, supervised by Helle Tölp. Booked activities, à EUR 5.-. If interested, contact helle.tulp@gmail.com or call 55574546
  • 11:05 and 12:10 Raeküla school school play / movie “The Sound of Music” recollections hour, sup. Riitta Tõniste
  • 11:30 Radio Theatre presents Austrian writer Arthur Schnitzler’s short story “Death of bachelorhood” on Vikerraadio (repeats at 22:30). Played by Sulev Teppart
  • 17:00 Sindi Youth Centre (Paide street 1, Sindi), Quiz “Austria – the land of mountains and music”, sup. Helle Vent
  • 17:30 a Polka workshop at Raeküla Old School Centre (Lembitu 1, Pärnu), teacher Elfriede Nikolai.

17:30 Film Night at the Museum of New Art (10 Esplanade, Pärnu), free

  • Arts Movies
  •  “Reflection” – 11 min, 2011 Austria / Germany, directed by Monika Farukuoye
  •  “Borinboresi” – 68 min, 2003 Austria, author Gertraud Schwartz
  • Austrian cuisine workshop at Pärnumaa Vocational Education Centre by Ingrid Ploom (Niidupargi 8, Pärnu, 80047). NB! Look at Educational School day offers.
  • 18:00 free racing on model car tracks “Austrian Curved Tracks” by Johannes Mets (Pärnu mnt. 23, Sindi, on the first floor)
  • 19:00 Wine training at Piccadilly Café by Ivo Luik (Pühavaimu 15, Pärnu), Pre-registration until 25 January 2015 at ivo@kohvila.ee  Price from 25 EUR
  • 7:00-10:45 Austrian themed quiz in Tre-radio (Rapla 91,3 MHz; Pärnu 92,6 MHz http://www.treraadio.ee/)
  • Pärnu Central Library, the German reading room is displaying Austrian literature (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu)

Austrian themed exhibitions:

  • Peter and Regina Rieder’s graphic art exhibition in Pärnu Central Library (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu)
  • „Mahler and Vienna“ at Ammende Villa (Mere pst. 7, Pärnu)
  • Art Studio of the Ridala Primary School students’ works in Pärnu Hospital (Ristiku 1, Pärnu)
  • Tartu Art School students’ works at Raeküla Old School Center (Lembitu 1, Pärnu)
  • Pärnu Elementary School students’ pictures and essays in Old-Pärnu Cultural Center (J.V.Jannseni 39,Pärnu)

Daily offers:

  • Pärnu Museum Café (Aida 3, Pärnu)
  • Café „Komfek“ (Kuninga 24, Pärnu)
  • Café Grand (Kuninga 25, Pärnu)

Friday, 30th of January: 

  •  8: 00-10: 00 Ülejõe High school “Austrian fairy tales and children’s literature” fairytale father Jaak introduces Austrian authors work about children’s books and tells fairy tales.
  • 09:30/11:00 Rein Laos’ Theatre Studio’s performance: a play based on the fairy tale “The Story of the Golden Spruce Cones” – author Eha Tammiku, director Rein Laos, artist Ene Riso
  • 9: 00-15: 00 YFU exchange students Grete Kurik and Elin Viisileht visiting Pärnu Koidula Secondary School ( at 9), Pärnu May Street School (at 11) and Pärnu Raeküla school (at 13)
  • 11:05 recollections hour at Raeküla school, school performance / film “The Sound of Music”
  • 11:30 Radio Theatre presents Austrian writer Arthur Schnitzler’s short story “Death of bachelorhood” on Vikerraadio (repeats at 22:30). Played by Sulev Teppart
  • 15:00 vinyl music introducing Austria at Pärnu Hospital (1 Clover, Pärnu), presented by Valter Parve

17:30 Film Night at the Museum of New Art (10 Esplanade, Pärnu), free

  • Modern society
  •  “Jakarta muddle” – 87 min, 2013 Austria, author of the Ascan Breuer
  • 18:00 Café Nullpunkt, coffee training. Participation fee is 10 euros. Registration: Piia Soon, piia.soon@gmail.com or call 53048116
  • 7:00-10:45 Austrian themed quiz in Tre-radio (Rapla 91,3 MHz; Pärnu 92,6 MHz http://www.treraadio.ee/)
  • Pärnu Central Library, the German reading room is displaying Austrian literature (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu)

Austrian themed exhibitions:

  • Peter and Regina Rieder’s graphic art exhibition in Pärnu Central Library (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu)
  • „Mahler and Vienna“ at Ammende Villa (Mere pst. 7, Pärnu)
  • Art Studio of the Ridala Primary School students’ works in Pärnu Hospital (Ristiku 1, Pärnu)
  • Tartu Art School students’ works at Raeküla Old School Center (Lembitu 1, Pärnu)
  • Pärnu Elementary School students’ pictures and essays in Old-Pärnu Cultural Center (J.V.Jannseni 39,Pärnu)

Daily offers:

  • Pärnu Museum Café (Aida 3, Pärnu, 80010)
  • Café „Komfek“ (Kuninga 24, Pärnu, 80010)
  • Café Grand (Kuninga 25, Pärnu, 80014)

Saturday, 31st of January:  

  • 12:00 Sindi Youth Centre (Paide street1, Sindi), Workshop for using climbing equipment – instructor is the youth center’s manager Viljar Viik
  • 15:00 Raeküla Old School Centre (1 Lembit Pärnu) Austrian week closing ceremony. Performers: Pärnu handbell School II Class ensemble, sup. Helvi Treiblut; Sindi youth center gymnastic group STELLA perform to J. Strauss’ “Sunrise in the mountains” – sup. gymnastics coach Margit Schmidt; Old School Retrobänd; Valter Parve plays Austrian music on vinyl; announcing the Austrian-themed essay and drawing contest winners.

17:30 Film Night at the Museum of New Art (10 Esplanade, Pärnu), background

  • Portrait Films
  • “Warna” – 28 min, 2010 Austria, author Daniela Tagger
  •  “The time will lead to” – 40 min, 2009 in Germany, author Karsten Krause
  • Pärnu Central Library, the  German reading room is displaying Austrian literature (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu,)

Austrian themed exhibitions:

  • Peter and Regina Rieder’s graphic art exhibition in Pärnu Central Library (Akadeemia 3, Pärnu)
  • „Mahler and Vienna“ at Ammende Villa (Mere pst. 7, Pärnu)
  • Art Studio of the Ridala Primary School students’ works in Pärnu Hospital (Ristiku 1, Pärnu)
  • Tartu Art School students’ works at Raeküla Old School Center (Lembitu 1, Pärnu )
  • Pärnu Elementary School students’ pictures and essays in Old-Pärnu Cultural Center (J.V.Jannseni 39,Pärnu)

Daily offers:

  • Pärnu Museum Café (Aida 3, Pärnu)
  • Café „Komfek“ (Kuninga 24, Pärnu)
  • Café Grand (Kuninga 25, Pärnu)