Concerts & Events
Vihula Manor hosts a lot of different concerts and events throughout the year.
We have different styles for everyone. Look for our full upcoming event list down below.
Evelin Samuel-Randvere, Johan Randvere JõuluDuur
Date: 7 th of December
Performers are Evelin Samuel-Randvere, Johan Randvere (piano) and Marten Altrov (clarinet). Christmas is a great time for contemplation, family, feeling something, gifts and above all, rejoicing! Our songs, too, are happy to the last one, no mole or sadness! There are stories that make you serious and others that bring you joy again. Surrounding yourself with Christmas carols will in any case create a mood where you wouldn’t want to rush or scroll through the news on your phone.
Date: 15th of December
“Global” warming is a myth – The edge of the iceberg (JÄÄÄÄR) is still going strong.
For this Christmas, four urban-folk have put together a program of songs that haven’t been played for five years.
For alternation and heart warming…
Noorkuu & Maltised - Christmas concerts
Date: 21st of December
3 generations on the stage – vocal ensemble Noorkuu, Mait, Jakko, Mikko and Loore Maltis, Marlen Meumers and Arabella-Desirѐ Kahro.
Once again the most beautiful time of the year is coming! A time when everything is mysterious and enchanting. Decorated christmas tree, elves, room that smells like gingerbread, joyful screams of children and beautiful Christmas music. Christmas time is special and easy to enjoy.
ESTONIAN VOICES - Christmas and music
Date: 29th of December
Estonian Voices, named the best jazz ensemble at the Estonian Music Awards this year, will be giving concerts throughout Estonia this year to celebrate the Christmas season. The repertoire includes the best of Christmas songs as well as a concert-inspired holiday creations by the ensemble. Estonian Voices are made up of Kadri Voorand, Mikk Dede, Mirjam Dede, Maria Väli, Rasmus Erismaa, Aare Külama.
Lauri Saatpalu, Marko Matvere ja Jaan Sööt „Men don't hurry"
Date: 30th of December
It is easy to do nothing or not to implement an idea that has already been put forward. We were offered to do some end of the year concerts. We came together, did not hurry, shake our heads nor waved our hands, but calmly talked and thought of what we had in common. It turned out that a lot. We have all played very different music, and we all love beautiful songs with words written into it. We came to the conclusion that we really want to sing the songs we like. We know many you like it too.
See you at the concert!