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Moonbones

  • Pärnu Vallikäär, concerthall (Vana-Tallinna 1, Pärnu)

ONLY FRIDAY

20:00 | 21:00 | 22:00

Journey through a mystical and wide space. Discovering the surface of the moon and a walk into its deeper layers, where you can find hidden worlds, strange organisms and, at best, the path to yourself. The text of the performance is created for a symbiosis of light installation and music.

The light performance “Bones of the Moon” has been created for the electronic music of I Wear* Experiment (Hando Jaksi, Johanna Oden, Mikk Simson).

Duration 10 minutes

Performer

Visual artist

Sound

Story

I Wear* Experiment

Meelis Lusmägi (Melcu)

Kaspar Brandt

Anna-Liisa Sääsk, Inessa Saarits

Startrees

  • Pärnu Vallikäär, concerthall (Vana-Tallinna 1, Pärnu)

ONLY SATURDAY

20:00 | 21:00 | 22:00

The story of the birth and end of the world and who we are in this great inexplicable. Are you bystander or ruler? Are the stars in the tree of the starts infinite? The text of the performance is created for a symbiosis of light installation and music.

The light performance “Tree of the Stars” has been created for the rock music of I Wear* Experiment (Hando Jaksi, Johanna Oden, Mikk Simson).

Duration 10 minutes

Performer

Visual artist

Sound

Story

I Wear* Experiment

Meelis Lusmägi (Melcu)

Kaspar Brandt

Anna-Liisa Sääsk, Inessa Saarits

sleep servants

  • University of Tartu Pärnu College courtyard (Ringi 35, Pärnu)​

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

20:30 | 21:30 | 22:30

Visual production through the original music of Duo Ruut (Ann-Lisett Rebane, Katariina Kivi), where sounds are the birth of light and words have power. Two vocals, one kannel and an enchanting play of light open the magical world of spells, from the winds to the young moon.

Duration 10 minutes

Performers

Light artist

Director

On Stage

Duo Ruut (Ann-Lisett Rebane, Katariina Kivi)

timo tali

kaili viidas, Alyona Movko-Mägi

ANN-LISETT REBANE, KATARIINA KIVI, RAGNAR KEKKONEN, KUIDO KENN

HAPPY PRINCE

  • Villa Ammende courtyard (Mere pst 7, Pärnu)

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

21:00 | 22:00 | 23:00

The visual performance based on Oscar Wilde’s fairy tale inspires you to live unconditionally with love and the joy of giving. Ponder what the cost of giving up your soul really is, and that sometimes hearts do not open until they break.

Duration 11 minutes

Playwright

Director

Video artists

Light artist

OTT KILUSK

KAILI VIIDAS

Argo Valdmaa, Antti Aalmaa

Ivar Piterskihh

Sound designer

Voices

On Stage

Vootele Ruusmaa

Tambet Seling, Fatme Helge Leevald

VK Posture gymnasts Karina Peenra, Karita Peenra

Little Prince

  • Rannapark, Pärnu Beach Park (behind Villa Ammende, Mere pst 7, Pärnu)

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

20:00 | 21:30 | 22:30

“What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s “Little Prince” is an extremely simple but profound reminder of the beauty and pain of life. The moments experienced are invaluable, and the immediate perception of the present encourages us to think about love and loneliness. Sometimes it´s not enough just to see with the eyes…

Duration 10 minutes

Director

Video and audio design

Light design

Actors

Janek Savolainen, Katrin Pärn

Janek Savolainen, Katrin Pärn

Ivar Piterskihh

Julia Kaškovskaja, Kaarel Targo

The Beauty of the Night

  • Rannapark, Pärnu Beach Park, close to elephants (in front of the Villa Wesset, Supeluse 26, Pärnu)

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

20:30 | 22:00 | 23:00

Day cycle, year cycle, life cycle… It all starts and ends and starts again. “Night Beauty” is a visual performance that provides an indelible opportunity to experience sound and light in space around you.

Duration 11 minutes

Composers

Music directors

Musical design

Chief Conductor

Loadmasters

Choir recording

Kärt Johanson, Ivo Lille, Pärt Uusberg

Edmar Tuul, Ivo Lille

Kaarel Tamra

Edmar Tuul

Aire Luhaoja ja Karin Kuulpak

Teet Kehlman

Light artist

Laser light

Performing

Soloists

Taavi Veltmann

Kullar Laiapea

Pärnu Sütevaka Humanitaargümnaasiumi segakoor, kammerkoor Encore ja Ivo Lille

Kärt Johanson, Marta Pever, Grete Ly Pindma