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.
Meriheini Luoto’s music is like sounds in the forest: intriguing and image-provoking.
In his second profile concert of the season, Taavi Oramo presents young Finnish composers.
The traditional May Day Eve concert of the Tapiola Sinfonietta introduces spring with a sweet and bubbly programme which is announced closer to the date.
This spring, the Tapiola Sinfonietta chamber music series invites audiences to various chapels in Espoo
Mario Venzago brings an exciting combination to the concluding concert of the season: Romantic composers both famous and forgotten.