Patricia Kaas live in Tallinn

Nordea Kontserdimaja

May 18 2017

Estonia puiestee 9

Tallinn

The French singer, who sold millions of albums all around the world, will be in Tallinn on May 18th at the Nordea Kontserdimaja for a show you wouldn't want to miss.

Patricia Kaas is a French singer who has always known an international success. She had already been in Tallinn and in the other Baltic states to give concerts, all sold-out. She had been taking a break from her mucial carreer as she needed time for herself. She is now back on stage for a European tour, and her Tallinn concert on May 18th will be the perfect opportunity to discover her new album, "Patricia Kaas"!

 

 

She said so herself, this break has been regenerating and allowed her to beathe new life into her music. The album is clear proof of that. The songs have been custom-made for her, tailored to her voice and to her emotions. Several famous producers and artists have worked with Patricia Kaas on this album, among them Hyphen Hyphen, a young French electro-pop band, and Jonathan Quarmby (who produced Save Tonight for Eagle Eye Cherry). The last time Patricia Kaas gave us an album with exclusively new and original songs was 13 years ago, and it feels good to be able to hear her soft and wistful voice again. The songs are sometimes full of nostalgia, but "Madame Tout le Monde" is a true testimony to Kaas' energy and sense of humour.

 

 

Come discover her brand new songs on stage in Tallinn on May 18th, at 7pm. Tickets are on sale starting at 29€50.

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