Join the Washington Estonian Society and friends for the multisensory show Dawn till Dusk, a very special performance commemorating multiple significant milestones. A beautiful show for all ages and audiences.
The Estonian American National Council is a proud sponsor of this event and production.
2 pm Doors open & light buffet
2:45 Welcome and Milestone Commemorations
Special Guest: Kristjan Prikk, Ambassador of the Republic of Estonia to the United States
3:30 pm Performance Dawn till Dusk
Directed by Diina Tamm and Valev Laube
More information is available and tickets can be purchased at www.washingtonestoniansociety.com. You will not receive a paper ticket, rather your name will be on the guest list at the door.
2:00 pm – Doors open: A light buffet will be offered. Please feel free to bring beverages of your choice (wine, beer and spirits are permitted).
2:45 pm – Welcome & Milestone commemorations
3:30 pm – “Dawn till Dusk” Performance
Dawn till Dusk is a unique multidisciplinary performance that fuses together dance and musical interpretations of Estonian mythology, folk calendar traditions, and old archive recordings dating back to the beginning of the 20th century. The show invites everyone to experience a multisensory story of a year in life told through the tales and mystic rituals of the Estonian folk calendar, old and new folklore tunes, and traditions that have shaped modern-day understandings and practices of our cultural identity.
The folk-inspired contemporary performance is directed by two Estonian-born artists Diina Tamm and Valev Laube. It will reveal sides of Estonian culture that, regardless of no longer being celebrated on a daily basis, still influences the cultural legacy and continuous evolution of our cultural identity. The show is performed by four dancers and two to three live musicians.
Read more about the performance on Vaba Eesti Sõna website – https://www.vabaeestisona.com/photo-gallery-diina-tamm…/
Performance trailer – https://youtu.be/j1pW1euDk1E
Adults – $50
Students – $10
Children (12 and under) – $0.01 (WES charges a penny for the headcount)