Set in Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris during the Cold War in the 1950s, the film depicts a couple who are pulled apart by political developments, fiery personalities and unfortunate twists of fate. It is an impossible love story in an impossible time.
This year’s Anna laulu lahjaksi Christmas concert, featuring a group of star artists, will be held at the Espoo Cultural Centre.
Dubbed the queen of the Baroque violin, Rachel Podger returns to the Tapiola Sinfonietta for an expected visit.
On Friday 20 December, Danny will once again take the stage in Espoo and perform his greatest hits.
After Timber! and Barbu Cabaret, Cirque Alfonse is finally back!
Alexandre Kantorow, described as a young Tsar of the piano, returns as a soloist together with his father Jean-Jacques Kantorow, honorary conductor of the Tapiola Sinfonietta.
“Beethoven’s Seventh is a perennial favourite with audiences, particularly the second movement, which has been used in several films,” says Klaus Mäkelä.
The January evening is filled with Romantic music performed by the Tapiola Sinfonietta under conductor Daniel Blendulf.
Five contenders. Five rounds. Your vote. Only one will survive.
Primary production is an eye-opening and virtuoso comedy about a couple of city slickers, a few primary producers, and all sorts of animals.
The Tapiola Sinfonietta embarks on a collaboration with the world’s most distinguished academy for string instruments, Kronberg Akademie in Germany.
Writers Marko Järvikallas, Okko Leo, and Harri Virtanen have, over several years, developed a genre they have named ‘family sci-fi’. Their plays are visions of a future in which creatures of variable human genome content encounter each other as family members, as friends, and as lovers.
Carolyn Sampson, one of the most widely respected sopranos specialising in early music, and conductor Pascal Rophé present a cross-section of French music
Carolyn Sampson, one of the most widely respected sopranos specialising in early music, and conductor Pascal Rophé present a cross-section of French music.