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Half-Hour with Organ Music

The organist Andres Uibo from the Niguliste Museum started a tradition in the autumn of 1990 of half an hour of organ music every Saturday and Sunday at 4 pm. Classical and modern organ music is played by the Niguliste Museum organists Andres Uibo and Tiit Kiik.

Admission with a Niguliste museum ticket.

Public Programmes in Niguliste Museum

Niguliste pipe organs

The great organ in St. Nicholas’ Church (opus 3513) was made in 1981 by the Rieger-Kloss company, located in (at that time) Czechoslovakia. The organ has four manuals, a pedal, 63 stops and 4,711 pipes. The great organ is located in the organ loft in the western part of the nave of St. Nicholas’ Church.

In 2012, St. Nicholas’ Church acquired a chancel organ built by the Estonian organ builder Ago Tint. It is a North German Baroque organ, and has two manuals, a pedal and seventeen stops. The pipe organ is located in the historical organ loft near the northern wall of the nave.

Due to national emergency, all branches of the Art Museum of Estonia are temporarily closed until 1 May 2020.