Three fabulous ladies, Sonja Lumme, Eija Kantola and Irma Tapio, have brought their voices together to perform music that is close to Finns’ hearts.
Beethoven’s Fidelio is an opera for our time. Although composed over 200 years ago, its timeless portrayal of use and abuse of power hits home.
Friends of Finnish popular music now have the chance to see two great long-term duos join forces for their second tour.
TV improvisation veterans Roope Salminen and Ernest Lawson (Putous, Vedetään Hatusta, Älä Jäädy) will perform in the Tapiola Hall of the Espoo Cultural Centre, this team featuring the magnificent Christoffer Strandberg
The path of experiences involves touring the Espoo Cultural Centre independently to learn about the premises and architecture. Scour the nooks and crannies of the building, climb to incredible heights and find new favourite spots and applications.
The Espoo Day will feature an open-to-all 1920s garden party at the outdoor amphitheatre Amfi! This vintage garden party will be filled with wonderful old-timey tunes played form a gramophone and the swish of flapper dresses.
The evocative interpreters of folk Topi Saha and Ylva Harju join forces to delight audiences with the Kipinöitä tour of concerts.
Jarkko Martikainen, who will release his eighth album in August, will perform the opening concert of his album release tour with his band in Tapiola Hall on 4 September.
Milana Misic performs unforgettable songs by her mother, legendary Finnish songstress Laila Kinnunen. This memorial concert is set to be a highly moving experience for all.
The Teatterin kummitus vol. 2 tour will take Pate Mustajärvi to theatres all over Finland.
A bitingly honest and fiercely funny show about humans who happen to be mothers.
Race Horse Company, stars of contemporary circus, stun and delight with a dazzling new show.
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.
A life; imagined and served six ways. A ground-breaking collaboration by pioneering performers.