Taavi Oramo, a conductor from generation Y, reveals his multi-faceted artist persona in his first residency concert.
Dalia Stasevska always plans programmes with integrity. The freshly appointed Principal Guest Conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra brings to Tapiola a programme inspired by cinema and the stage.
Come join us on a circus tour! The ringmaster’s tall tales and tour trivia transport you to the ends of the earth, to burning deserts and stormy seas.
Ryan Bancroft, winner of the international Malko Competition for conductors in 2018, dazzles the audience with exquisitely shaped music.
Klaus Mäkelä continues his Beethoven cycle, leading the audience from the unknown to the well known: the world premiere of Sauli Zinovjev’s Un Grande Sospiro.
Prominent US pianist Jeremy Denk headlines the opening concert of the PianoEspoo festival in Tapiola.
Meta4, the brightest string quartet on Finland’s musical scene, celebrates its coming of age at 18 years with the Tapiola Sinfonietta.
Klaus Mäkelä describes the sixth concert in his Beethoven cycle as featuring three images of nature
Conductor Cem Mansur, known for his profound concert programming, shows how the music of Viennese composers from various eras transcends time and space.
Come and sing Christmas carols at Tapiola Hall!
Dubbed the queen of the Baroque violin, Rachel Podger returns to the Tapiola Sinfonietta for an expected visit.
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.
The Tapiola Sinfonietta embarks on a collaboration with the world’s most distinguished academy for string instruments, Kronberg Akademie in Germany.
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.
The Tapiola Sinfonietta’s own Principal Oboe Anni Haapaniemi gives an elegant and nuanced performance of the Oboe Concerto of Richard Strauss, and the programme concludes with the playful and joyful Symphony no. 8 by Beethoven.
On Maundy Thursday one of the world’s most famous choirs, the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir.