The culture and community festival Põhja Konn and the Nordic- Baltic Jazz Meeting wind up with an atmospheric journey on the island of Naissaar. Come along and feel the unique atmosphere of the island and its fascinating history and abundant nature, listen to the piano concert at the Naissare lighthouse by the composer and pianist Kristian Blak from the Faroe islands , listen to his stories inspired by the local flora and fauna, learn about historical shore fortifications from the times of the Russian Empire , enjoy a magical concert by the Norwegian pianist Jan Gunnar Hoff in the local Swedish church, drive around in Soviet-style trucks and by historical narrow-gauge railway line ,take a meal at the Naissaare Visitor Centre, enjoy being in the countryside and each other’s company.
The price includes three concerts, lunch, a boat trip to Naissaar and back from the Seaplane Harbour and transport on the island.
The daytrip to Naissaar is organized by the Viimsi Rannarahva Museum, the Estonian Maritime Museum and supported by the Ministry of Culture, the Norwegian Embassy and the Torshavn Commune.
11.00 Departure to Naissaar by ship “Nargö” from Seaplane Harbour pier nr. A2 (48 seats per vessel)
11.30 Arrival at Naissaar and transport by trucks to the Naissaar Lighthouse
12.00 Lighthouse visit and piano concert by Kristian Blak (Faroe Islands)
12.40 Drive to the Patarei 10A- Peter the Great’s Maritime Fortress dating to 1905.
13.00 Concert “Industrial and Nature Soudscapes of Nargö” at Patarei 10A
13.40 Drive from Patari 10A to Naissaar Visitor Centre by truck.
14.00 LUNCH at Naissaare Visitor Centre
14.45 Drive from the Visitor Centre to the Naissaare church
15.00 Concert by the Norwegian pianist Jan Gunnar Hoff at St. Mary’s Church on Naissaar
16.00 Ride by the historical narrow-gauge railway line to Männiku village
16.30 – 17.00 Sea trip back to Tallinn Seaplane Harbour with the ship Nargö