Kihnu tantsude õpituba
(Kihnu dance workshop)
Dance keeps the soul young. Kihnu is a small island in Estonia. Tradition lives on in this island. Through songs, dances and playing instruments! Come and dance together!
On Friday for everyone.
Harf ja laul (Harp and song)
In this workshop we can play the harp and sing in the wonderful Estonian language.
Tiinamai Keskpaik is a versatile harpist and an active harp teacher from Estonia. She also plays a diatonic accordion (karmoshka).
Every summer she gives workshops in traditional music and singing on a small Estonian island of Kihnu.
Tiinamai started her music studies at the age of 8 with chromatic Estonian zither (kannel). She graduated from Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in music science. Currently she is working as a music teacher in grammar and secondary school in Tallinn. Tiinamai also works for Pärnu Art House (Pärnu Kunstide Maja). As an artist interested in local authentic culture, she has produced a music and stories CD of an Estonian island Prangli (“Pranglile”).