Museum Night at the Arvo Pärt Centre

Museum Night

Sat 18. May 2024, 18.00-23.00


Arvo Pärt Centre


Special programmes


On May 18, the Arvo Pärt Center will once again participate in the all-Estonian museum night, the theme of which this year is “There is freedom in the night”.

Museum night special programme

18.30−19.15 Excursion introducing Arvo Pärt’s work and the activities of the center (in Estonian)
NB! The group is full.

Concert “Song of the Waves”. Pianist Sten Lassmann

Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) ― Sonatine no. 1 (Dedicated to Bruno Lukk, 1958)
Alo Põldmäe (b. 1945) ― “Sun Wind” (Dedicated to Sten Lassmann, 2024)
M.K. Čiurlionis (1875‒1911) ― “The Sea”, three pieces for piano, op. 28 (1908)
Jāzeps Vītols (1863‒1948) ― Three memories op. 43 (1914):
No. 1 “By the Sea”
Jāzeps Vītols ―”In the moonlight”, two pieces op. 41 (1910):
No. 1 “Sleep baby”, No. 2 “Song of the Waves”
Riho Esko Maimets (b. 1988) ― Floating adagio (2024)
Lepo Sumera (1950‒2000) ― Sonata (Dedicated to Peep Lassmann, 1971)
Frédéric Chopin ― Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23

NB! The number of places is limited, please buy the ticket in advance from Fienta.

Documentary film by Dorian Supin “Arvo Pärt. Even if I lose everything” (2016)
“Arvo Pärt – even if I lose everything” is an intimate and sensitive portrait film that shows Arvo Pärt in his home environment as a composer, husband, father and grandfather. The film features excerpts from many of Arvo Pärt’s works.

NB! The number of places is limited, please buy the ticket in advance from Fienta.


Admission on museum night is €1 (children up to 8 years old are free). Admission is free with a museum card.


The Centre is closed on May 19. Happy Pentecost!

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