Beethoven´s Fidelio is the most famous ‘rescue opera’ – a genre that prominently features both romantic love and acts of heroism.
The well-known soloist of the Stratovarius band, Timo Kotipelto, has done hundreds of hugely popular duo gigs in recent years and is now joining forces with Netta Skog, the world champion of digital accordion, who is already familiar from the world of heavy metal.
The Finnish-French duo, Eva + Manu, returns to the concert stages after a long break. The duo, scheduled to release a new album in early 2021, will perform in Espoo Cultural Centre’s Louhi Hall as part of their early spring tour.
BEHM is one of this decade’s most interesting new musical phenomenon’s.
Join the Tapiola Sinfonietta in the hunt for a lost house key.
Race Horse Company, stars of contemporary circus, stun and delight with a dazzling show.
Come see how the orchestra works to prepare for the evening’s concert.
Esa-Pekka Salonen and Anders Hillborg draw inspiration from Bach in their new works.
As different as Joonas Kokkonen and Kaija Saariaho are as composers, they both approached a sense of indescribable mystery in the works presented in this programme.
Note! The event is moved to 14.11.2021 due to the corona virus outbreak. Purchased tickets can be used as such for the replacing date.
Colombian high-flyer conductor Lina Gonzales-Granados delves deep into the incredible variety of American music.
In a joint performance with the Tapiola Sinfonietta, Frigg perform versions of some of their greatest hits.
The recorder is rarely heard as a solo instrument at an orchestral concert. Recorder virtuoso Eero Saunamäki presents new aspects of the instrument in a concerto he commissioned from Jukka Tiensuu.
Sebastian Hilli, one of today’s most prominent young Finnish composers, compares his work Peach to a hot summer’s day and its unreal sensations of tingling pleasure.