Juu Jääb at Pädaste Manor – Susanna Aleksandra, Villu Veski & Surprise Guests

Pädaste Manor – Concert-Dinner 6 July 2018

Juu Jääb – Muhu Future Music Festival


Susanna Aleksandra, Villu Veski & Surprise Guests
Summer Nights



Susanna Aleksandra – vocals

Allan Järve – trumpet

Joel Remmel – piano

Heikko Remmel – contrabass

Villu Veski – saxophone



Concert-Dinner – 115 € per guest including aperitif, concert & 3-course dinner 
The concert starts at 19:00 with the aperitif
The dinner lasts until approximately 22:30


Reservations are required; limited seats available!

For reservations or inquiries please contact our Guest Relations Manager at info@padaste.ee or dial +372 45 48 800.



Juu Jääb, in its XXII edition, took off in Pädaste Manor, shortly after the estate opened its doors; bringing together past and future of music.



Susanna Aleksandra


Susanna Aleksandra is an Estonian jazz singer, lyricist and composer. Passionate for languages, she effortlessly plays with words and melodies, navigating through traditional, Nordic and Latin Jazz. A natural storyteller, the charismatic singer holds the listener spellbound, making jazz approachable not only for jazz lovers.


Susanna is currently based in Helsinki where she studies jazz music in the prestigious Sibelius Academy. In 2017 she released the soul jazz inspired single Golden Boy in cooperation with Finnish musicians. In 2016 she appeared on the album Estonian Evergreens with the Lutz Krajenski Big Band. Her debut album Miracles consisting of her original music was released in 2015.


Susanna’s other passion besides music is languages. She holds a degree in French language and literature and is a fluent speaker of 6 languages. She loves to travel from place to place through music as well as communicating with the audience in their own language.


Susanna grew up in a family of musicians. She used to fall asleep with people jamming in the house, making jazz an essential part of her childhood. She started performing jazz classics with her band at the age of 17.