Estonian Music Information Centre
- provides, preserves in its databases, displays on the website and distributes information about the composers’ and their work and creative activities of artists and musicologist
- provides and displays on the website news, newsletters and in concert calendar information about premieres, artists’ concert activities and other remarkable events taking place in music scene
- promotes composers’ and artists’ by publication of CD-s, booklets, books
- collects, catalogues and archives manuscripts, printed editions and sound recordings of compositions and other publications related to the composer
- collects, catalogues and archives sound recordings and other publications related to the performer
- acts as a publisher of composers’ work, concluding publishing contract
- replies to requests about Estonian music by email and telephone calls
- offers repertoire consultations
- helps to find score or manuscript of the unpublished work
- makes available manuscripts, publications and audio recordings for researchers of Estonian music in EMIC’s office
Dear visitor, you can find thorough information about Estonian music and music life in the various sections of our website. You are also welcome to ask further questions by e-mail email@example.com or at the phone number +372 6454395. As finding the answer to your question might require delving into information sources, we recommend you to make your query at the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
EMIC’s archive of manuscripts, publications and audio recordings is open to music researchers and other interested persons. Please coordinate the time of using the archives and your field of interest with us prior to your visit at the e-mail address email@example.com or the number +372 6454395. All audio recordings and publications are intended for use on the spot only.
EMIC is situated in the centre of Tallinn, behind the Viru shopping centre, near the Gonsiori - Tartu maantee junction, address Kivisilla 4-2.