Hungarian folklorist, storyteller and dance house leader dr. Ildikó Sándor's fairy tale nights in Tallinn and Tartu!


Dates and description of events are as follows:


22nd January, from 18.00
Sisevete Saatkond (Vabaduse puiestee, Tartu)
Estonian and Hungarian folk stories from the garden of love - on the occassion of the day of Hungarian culture, fairy tale night of Piret Päär and dr. Ildikó Sándor for adults (with Estonian translation). During the event, both story tellers have choosen fairy tales dealing with the topic of love.


23rd January, 18.00-19.30
Heino Eller Tartu Music College (Lossi 15, Tartu) room A312 (small hall)
Hungarian shrove customs and songs - Ethnographic presentation and song learning by dr. Ildikó Sándor


26th January, from 18.00
Big hall in the headquarters of the Estonian Writers' Union (Kirjanike Maja musta laega saal, Harju 1, Tallinn)
Hungarian folk songs and folk tales from the garden of love (and the rear of the garden). Love and erotics in Hungarian folk poetry - dr. Ildikó Sándor's fairy tale night for adults (with Estonian translation). Besides stories, there will be ballads, and songs for getting together and coupling. The texts sung and told will help to immerse oneself in the rich, composite and extremely poetical visual world that expresses love and physical desire through the language of symbols. The examples will be grouped and presented according to the order of pictures and symbols.