This widely popular modern-day folk pop duo picks it's lyrics directly from the mouths of the people, from online discussion forums.
Smoothly fusing together bluegrass, folk music, metal and rock, the quintet released their third album Grainsville in September and is now on tour.
Erin’s acoustic tour will take over Sello Hall in October. Organised for the first time in 2018, the tour had several sold-out shows.
After making his name in the Stand Up! TV show on Nelonen, Jacke Björklund embarks on a solo stand-up tour.
At this workshop, primary school pupils get to play West-African rhythms on djembe and dunun drums and learn dances and songs belonging to the West-African rhythm tradition.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles final album. To celebrate, Jiri and his band will perform the masterpiece in its entirety.
After offering decades of entertainment for his large fanbase, Ressu Redford will be seen at concert halls for the first time.
The works on this programme are Romantic, a style that Rachmaninov carried far into the 20th century. Come and listen to this music glow!
Hunting for the Four Seasons is a fast-paced concert by the Bravade Recorder Quartet, allowing children to influence the story.
Combinations of the human voice, cello, violin and electronics will cover themes like Latvian landscapes and deep reflection.
You do not hear music by The Doors live too often. This problem will be solved in the autumn as this production bring their songs alive.
Timo Parvela’s beloved children’s book Maukka, Väykkä ja Karhu Murhinen will come to life as a children’s musical composed by Anna Nora.
After a seven-year break Kirsi Ranto released new music under the name Deepthi, which reflects her growth as a reborn artist.
Lyran is premiering two commissioned works with a climate theme.
Ellips, the solo project of Haloo Helsinki! vocalist Elli Haloo, will kick of an autumn concert hall tour at Sello Hall in November.
The PianoEspoo Festival invites young pianists once more to the Tapiola Youth Piano Competition in November 2019.
The theme for 2019, Care and Make a Difference, provides examples of various ways to influence the issues and phenomena that matter the most. The new programme will familiarise the audience with children’s and young people’s thoughts, feelings, opinions and opportunities to make a difference.
Bohemian Rhapsody is a mind-blowing tribute to Queen’s music and legendary singer Freddie Mercury.