The exhibition IN TRANSITION Mathematics and Arts, organised in cooperation with Aalto University and EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art, opens in the exhibition space of the Espoo Cultural Centre on Tuesday 21 May.
Gugi Kokljuschkin is a legend of the Finnish music scene. He will perform songs from both of Gugi’s solo albums, evergreens and Topmost hits with keyboardist Pekka Gröhn and guitarist Ville Nurmi.
Enjoy the delight of partner dance with professional dance instructors from Dance Theatre Tsuumi at the Amphi outdoor stage.
Lenna is one of the most acclaimed Estonian female artists with 7 Estonian Music Awards under her belt, incl “Female Artist of The Year” award from 2019 for her third album “3X” (2018, Sony Music).
The Elämäni laulut evening is an encounter, a musical portrait and thorough examination of the artist focusing on the story and life of the artist behind the songs and career. The first artist guest will be Kasmir whose Vadelmavene hit made his career.
Lea Laven captivates audience with her gorgeous dark voice at Louhi Hall.
The two opening concerts of the season are purely Romantic. Schumann’s symphonies are heard as close to the original as they can get, with Sir Roger Norrington taking to the podium.
Paleface (Karri Miettinen) is one of Finland’s most esteemed and international rap artists
Taavi Oramo, a conductor from generation Y, reveals his multi-faceted artist persona in his first residency concert.
Multi-instrumentalist, composer and arranger Jimi Tenor will bring his band for the first time to Finland.
Dalia Stasevska always plans programmes with integrity. The freshly appointed Principal Guest Conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra brings to Tapiola a programme inspired by cinema and the stage.
Come join us on a circus tour! The ringmaster’s tall tales and tour trivia transport you to the ends of the earth, to burning deserts and stormy seas.