A Canadian Wunderkind Will Sing the Estonian Anthem at the Tallinn Maritime Days Night Song Festival

For the third year in a row, the Tallinn Maritime Days program will include a Night Song Festival where visitors have the opportunity to sing beloved Estonian songs alongside local stars. But this year, the Night Song Festival is even more special as the Canadian wunderkind Capri Everitt will perform with the SOS Children’s Villages goodwill ambassador Nele-Liis Vaiksoo. Together, they will sing the Estonian anthem in front of thousands of people to recognize the important work done by the Estonian SOS Children’s Village. 


Capri Everitt is an 11-year-old girl whose mission it is to direct people’s attention to the children of the world who have lost their parents due to war, poverty, climate change and other reasons. Capri communicates her message through her powerful voice and by visiting 80 different countries to perform their national anthems in 41 different languages. On the evening of July 17th, Capri will be at the Tallinn Maritime Days in Estonia to sing the Estonian anthem together with the Estonian people, in the Estonian language. She does so to thank the SOS Children’s Villages Associations in Estonia and all over the world.


Watch an introduction of Capri here:


Homepage of the initiative: http://www.aroundtheworldin80anthems.com/


The Night Song Festival will take place at the Seaplane Harbour during the Tallinn Maritime Days on July 17 at 21:30. On stage, we’ll see Jaanus Saks, Birgit, Nele-Liis Vaiksoo, Alen Veziko and Capri Everitt. The night will end with a fireworks show.


The Tallinn Maritime Days 2016 will take place July 15-17 at the Seaplane, Pirita Yacht, Noblessner and Old City Harbours.