Concerts in museum bring music among puppets!
Music and theatre and street musicians and puppet theatre have always walked alongside. Music is a way to express and just like a lifeless puppet becomes alive in the hands of an actor, the musicians brings music to life through motionless notes on paper.
During season 2017/18 four different concerts took place in the various rooms of the museum. Musicians Sänni Noormets, Katariin Raska, the puppeteer Kadri Suits and bands Päri Päri and The Swingin' Sisters brought their creativity to the puppetry museum. In collaboration, the intimate, small-scale concerts were breathtaking and magical.
Tickets are sold on NUKU website and in the Piletilevi system. Tickets cost 10/8 € (discount for students and pensioners).
November 26 at 6:00pm: a once-in-a-lifetime lecture-concert “Hingeväänutaja” (“Soul Twister”) by ensemble Kreatiivmootor.
Kreatiivmootor with its experimental music, surprising voices and meaningful lyrics has always defied boundaries and customs. They will do that once again, as Roomet Jakapi, doctor of philosophy and singer of the ensemble will give a lecture on souls in 17th century beliefs, and blend it with the music from the ensemble’s new album “Mentalbau”. Get tickets.
February 11 at 6:00pm: The works of Riho Kall (acoustic guitar, samples) have moved in time through various styles and reached ambifolk based on the sounds of acoustic guitar. Get tickets.
September 27 at 6:00pm Kelli Uustani's trio KeKuKe
Trio KeKuKe's music is honest, warm and a little sassy. Singer Kelli Uustani's poetry and text gets everyone going! The concert in NUKU museum is titled Blue Skies of Home that tell stories of home, friendships, love, being on the road and of arrivals. The trio is Kelli Uustani - singer, Kusti Lemba - guitar, Keio Vutt - saxophone.