MSCTY (Musicity) together with Tallinn Architecture Biennale present a series of short, single-track music performances and playbacks by 9 most exciting Estonian composers and sound artists next to architectural gems, landmarks and less-known spaces in North of Tallinn that inspired each piece of featured music.

MSCTY works collaboratively across the disciplines of architecture, music and acoustic engineering to lay out alternative routes of experiencing contemporary cities. The interface it creates between sound and space aims to reveal the depth nestled in the acoustic qualities of our urban landscapes. Music and architecture share remarkable affinities, both relying on structures spawning rhythm, ruled by proportions, aiming for harmony. By reintroducing musical practice to a variety of spatial situations, the intent is to renew the shared pursuit of emotional beauty and experience within architecture.

Join us on the outdoor tour on the 10th of September, Saturday. The tour starts at 12:00 at Noblessner Foundry – check the map for exact location. Lead by a music van, we will walk and visit each of the chosen locations and finish the tour in Põhjala Factory at the end of Kopli around 17:00. Event is free to attend.

12:00 // Mart Avi //📍 Noblessner Foundry / Peetri 10

12:30 // Taavi Tulev //📍 Noblessner Marina

13:00 // Rebecca Kontus //📍 Adam Johann von Krusenstern Square

13:30 // Tuulikki Bartosik //📍Kalamaja Cemetary Park

14:00 // Argo Vals //📍Tööstuse 46 Tower / Tööstuse 46

14:30 // Sander Mölder //📍Arsenal / Erika 14

15:15 // Maria Minerva //📍 Manufactury / Manufaktuuri 5

16:15 // Maarja Nuut //📍Kopli Birch Park / Kopli 106

16:45 // Aivar Tõnso //📍Põhjala Factory / Marati 5

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NB The presented schedule is an estimation.

We recommend joining the tour from the start.

Bring water, comfortable clothes and good walking shoes.

Curator and creative director: Nick Luscombe

Curator and producer: Kirke Päss

Supporters: Hepsor, EfTEN Capital, Arsenal Centre, Noblessner, Põhjala Factory, Cultural Endowment of Estonia, City of Tallinn. Technical support by RGB Baltic. Event is part of TAB public events and UNESCO Music City program. Collaborators: Kadriorg Park, StuudioStuudio, Maria Aua.