Pianist Alexander Melnikov, who has collaborated with the Tapiola Sinfonietta for a long time, returns to Espoo with violinist Isabelle Faust.
Our two-year exploration of Beethoven’s music continues with a rarely performed masterpiece of sacred music, his Missa solemnis.
Come and sing Christmas carols with Tapiola Sinfonietta. The concert is part of the Most Beautiful Christmas Carols campaign, where voluntary donations to help children in developing countries are accepted.
Mendelssohn found inspiration for his Italian and Scottish Symphonies in the countries in question, although he did not complete the works until years later.
Conductor Anja Bilhmaier introduces the audience to Webern’s expressive youthful work Im Sommerwind.
Friends of music and skating gather at the Espoo Cultural Centre and the Tapiola Ice Garden once again.
The Musica nova Helsinki festival takes a look at urban life.
The programme features two evocative works written about 200 years apart. Ten Preludes by Danish contemporary composer Hans Abrahamsen is a collection of brief pieces with multiple stylistic approaches.
Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto no. 2 is an international work.
Janne Nisonen, Leader of the Tapiola Sinfonietta, takes to the podium to conduct the orchestra with flautist Emily Beynon as soloist.
Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn, brother and sister, were early Romantic composers.
Ryan Bancroft has designed an interesting programme that probes questions of eternity and infinity. Ives leads the listener into New York’s Central Park at night, while Strauss’s Metamorphoses reflect the senseless destruction wrought by war on art and art institutions.
Ryan Bancroft and Tuuli Takala have planned an interesting, vibrant programme.
Sauli Zinovjev and Caroline Shaw are composers born in the 1980s.
The Tapiola Sinfonietta celebrates spring at its traditional May Day concert.
The concluding concert of the season opens with Sebastian Fagerlund’s fast-pulsating string orchestra work Strings to the Bone.