AHJO Live - Open Stage! provides you or your group with the stage and setting - and the rest is up to your creativity. All artforms are welcomed at Open Stage! - rap, rock, poetry, dance, magic, acrobatics or even comedy - the sky is the limit!
Maarit and Sami Hurmerinta are a couple whose career and life are characterised by a strong love of music and general enthusiasm.
“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.
In Puppet Theatre Sampo’s circus show, the marionettes will come alive and fill the stage with music, singing and puppet theatre magic.
In an established tradition, the Espoo Cultural Centre and the Tapiola Ice Garden welcome friends of music and skating for a programme of evergreen songs conducted by Markku Johansson and featuring popular Finnish singers Eino Grön and Diandra
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.
Hirokazu Kore-eda is one of Japan’s most highly appreciated directors today. His films previously seen in Finland include Like Father, Like Son and Our Little Sister.
The winter holiday is a time for fun! At the Viksu and Viiksi disco, you can get sweaty to music played by DJ Mikke. Adults are welcome with children!
The stage will be taken by Easy’s original members Petteri Kokljuschkin (bass), Sami Javne (drums, vocals) and Roni Kamras (guitar, vocals) as well as Lauri ‘Lappe’ Holopainen (solo guitar, vocals) and Erno Laitinen (solo guitar, vocals).
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.
Having achieved enormous radio success, Finnish pop group Teleks will take the stage at Louhi Club on Sunday, 1 March at 19:00 to celebrate their new album, due out on 19 February.