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Fri 7.8.Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico CitySibelius 150
Palacio de Bellas Artes
Palacio de Bellas Artes
  1. John Storgårdsconductor
  2. Baiba Skrideviolin

    Mexico City, Palacio de Bellas Artes

    Friday 7.8.
    Sibelius: Symphony No. 1; Violin Concerto; Symphony No. 5

    Saturday 8.8.
    Sibelius: Finlandia; Symphony No. 4; Symphony No. 2

    Sunday 9.8.
    Sibelius: Symphony No. 3; Valse Triste; Symphony No. 6; Symphony No. 7

    Live stream from concerts.

    Helsinki Festival
    Sat 15.8.Senate Square at 4.00 pmSibelius 150
    Okko Kamu
    Okko Kamu
    1. Okko Kamuconductor
    2. Helena Juntunensoprano
    3. Tommi Hakalabaritone
    4. Ylioppilaskunnan Laulajatdir. Pasi Hyökki
    1. Jean SibeliusMale choir music
    2. Jean SibeliusKullervo
    An amazing force of sound arrives at the steps of the Senate Square! Come to town to celebrate Sibelius and to enjoy the grand Kullervo spectacle. The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra conducts a rare outdoor concert. The choir for the defiant Kullervo is provided by the YL Male Voice Choir, which was part of the original performance of Sibelius’ symphonic poem. To kick the grand event off, the YL showcases Sibelius’ male choir music.
    Free entrance.
    Helsinki Festival
    Fri 21.8.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
    1. Tan Dunconductor
    2. Anni Kuusimäkiharp
    3. Anssi Karttunencello
    1. Tan DunSymphonic poem of three notes
    2. Béla BartókRapsodi nr 1
    3. Uuno KlamiTseremissiläinen fantasia
    4. Tan DunNu Shu – The Secret Songs of Women
    China is home to nüshu, an ancient, secret language known only to women. Over the years, women, young and old alike, have used it to express their supressed emotions, through song. Chinese composer Tan Dun discovered women in his native region who still retain a knowledge of this fast vanishing language. Tan Dun set about recording nüshu songs, later composing a harp concerto to complement them. At the Helsinki concert, short films based on these genuine vocal recordings, accompanied by an orchestra led by Tan Dun himself, are at the very heart of the performance. Tan Dun is China’s best-known contemporary composer and conductor, who works with some of the world’s top orchestras. He is also known for his film scores, with accolades including two Oscars for his work on Hero and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.
    27,50 – 68,50
    Sibelius Festival
    Mon 31.8.Sibelius Hall, Lahti at 7.00 pm
    Leif Segerstam
    Leif Segerstam
    1. Leif Segerstamconductor
    2. Anu Komsisoprano
    1. Jean SibeliusTapiola
    2. Jean SibeliusLuonnotar
    3. Jean SibeliusLemminkäis-sarja

    at 6 p.m. Pre-concert Talk, Carpenter´s Hall(in English and free of charge)
    Terry Barfoot and Andrew Barnett: Myths and Legends; Ainola and the Kalevala

    Live stream:
    http://yle.fi/aihe/tapahtuma/2015/08/31/sinfonia-lahti-sibelius-festivaali-2015-318-592015

    ‘I think we Finns ought not to be ashamed to show more pride in ourselves. Let us wear our caps at an angle! Why should we be ashamed of our­selves? That is the underlying sentiment throughoutLemminkäinen’s Return. Lemminkäinen is just as good as the noblest of earls. He is an aristocrat, without question an aristocrat!’ With these words Sibelius described the hero of hisKalevala-inspired masterpieceLemminkäinen, the most popular movement of which –The Swan of Tuonela– is often performed separately.

    Jean Sibelius’s last symphonic composition wasTapiola, completed in 1926. This work marks the culmination of Sibelius’s œuvre, the central focus of which had become the condensation of his message into as concise a form as possible.

    Among the most important influences on Sibelius were his relationship with nature and his identity as a Finn, which found its most potent expressive outlet via theKalevala. These two aspects are to the fore in the festival’s opening concert, in which Leif Segerstam conducts the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra – an orchestra that Sibelius also conducted.

    49 / 29 / 20 €
    Series I
    Wed 9.9.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
    Bo Skovhus
    Bo Skovhus
    1. John Storgårdsconductor
    2. Cyndia Siedensoprano
    3. Bo Skovhusbaritone
    4. Akademiska Sångföreningen
    5. Muntra Musikanter
    1. Jean SibeliusSymphony No. 4
    2. Sunleif RasmussenSymphony No. 2 "The Earth Anew"
    The premiere of Symphony No. 2 by Sunleif Rasmussen, winner of the prestigious Nordic Council Music Prize, opens the autumn season of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra. Similarly to Sibelius’s Kullervo, this major work has been composed for orchestra, male choir and soprano and baritone soloists. The premiere performance features world renowned opera soloists Cyndia Sieden and Bo Skovhus.



    7.50 - 32.50 €
    HKO Screen
    Series II
    Thu 10.9.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
    Bo Skovhus
    Bo Skovhus
    1. John Storgårdsconductor
    2. Cyndia Siedensoprano
    3. Bo Skovhusbaritone
    4. Akademiska Sångföreningen
    5. Muntra Musikanter
    1. Jean SibeliusSymphony No. 4
    2. Sunleif RasmussenSymphony No. 2 "The Earth Anew"
    Meet the Artists - John Storgårds
    18.15 in the Main Foyer
    Ennakkoluulijat Jaani Länsiö, Christian Holmqvist and Mia Huhta
    18.30 in the Main Foyer


    The premiere of Symphony No. 2 by Sunleif Rasmussen, winner of the prestigious Nordic Council Music Prize, opens the autumn season of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra. Similarly to Sibelius’s Kullervo, this major work has been composed for orchestra, male choir and soprano and baritone soloists. The premiere performance features world renowned opera soloists Cyndia Sieden and Bo Skovhus.

    A small amount of single tickets to this concert are on sale from April 23.

    Season tickets for Autumn 2015 from Lippupalvelu outlets 23.4.-10.8.2015.
    Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.

    HKO SCREEN LIVE STREAM
    7.50 - 32.50 €
    Series IV
    Fri 18.9.Helsinki Music Centre
    Mikko-Pekka Svala
    Mikko-Pekka Svala
    1. Johannes Gustavssonconductor
    2. Mikko-Pekka Svalabassoon
    1. Carl NielsenHelios, Overture
    2. Yrjö HjeltBassoon Concerto (premiere)
    3. Carl NielsenSymphony No. 4 "The Inextinguishable"
    To mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of legendary Danish composer Carl Nielsen, the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra is presenting two of his most famous works in the same concert. Composed during the First World War, the inextinguishable will to live of his 4th symphony is joined by the dramatic force of his Helios Overture.

    7.50 - 32.50 €
    Series I
    Wed 23.9.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
    Susanna Mälkki
    Susanna Mälkki
    1. Susanna Mälkkiconductor
    2. Frank Peter Zimmermannviolin
    1. Anatoli LjadovDe l'appocalypse
    2. Dmitri ShostakovitshViolin Concerto No. 2
    3. Pjotr TshaikovskiSymphony No. 5
    Our evening of Russian music presents the entire orchestral spectrum, from the ecstasy of Tchaikovsky to the tragedy of Shostakovich. Frank Peter Zimmermann, one of the most accomplished violinists of our times, will also get to tackle the extreme scale of emotions as soloist.

    7.50 - 32.50 €
    HKO Screen
    Series III
    Thu 24.9.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
    Susanna Mälkki
    Susanna Mälkki
    1. Susanna Mälkkiconductor
    2. Frank Peter Zimmermannviolin
    1. Anatoli LjadovDe l'appocalypse
    2. Dmitri ShostakovitshViolin Concerto No. 2
    3. Pjotr TshaikovskiSymphony No. 5
    Ennakkoluulijat Jaani Länsiö, Pasi Lyytikäinen & Merit Palas
    18.30 in the Main Foyer


    Our evening of Russian music presents the entire orchestral spectrum, from the ecstasy of Tchaikovsky to the tragedy of Shostakovich. Frank Peter Zimmermann, one of the most accomplished violinists of our times, will also get to tackle the extreme scale of emotions as soloist.


    HKO SCREEN LIVE STREAM

    7.50 - 32.50 €
    Series IV
    Fri 2.10.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
    John Storgårds
    John Storgårds
    1. John Storgårdsconductor
    2. Christian Tetzlaffviolin
    1. Antonín DvorákConcerto in A minor for Violin and Orchestra
    2. Josef SukFantasia
    3. Jean SibeliusSymphony No. 5

    The highly acclaimed collaboration between award-winning German violinist Christian Tetzlaff and the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra continues with a performance of Antonin Dvorák’s violin concerto that combines Slavic melancholy with beautiful melodies. Finnish colours are in turn offered by Sibelius’s fifth symphony, in which the autumn sun shines and nature is in its farewell colours.

    Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
    7.50 - 32.50 €
    HKO Screen
    Series II
    Thu 8.10.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
    John Storgårds
    John Storgårds
    1. John Storgårdsconductor
    2. Mika Pohjonentenor
    3. Musiikkitalon KuoroHelsinki Music Centre Choir
    4. Tapani Länsiöchoir master
    1. Paavo HeininenSymphony No. 6 (premiere)
    2. Einojuhani RautavaaraBalada (fpF)
    3. Jean SibeliusSymphony No. 6

    The premiere of Sibelius’s sixth symphony in 1923 by the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra was a landmark event. Today the orchestra proudly continues its tradition of commissioning new works by Finnish composers and presents two new premieres by great Finnish composers.

    Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
    Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
    Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
    7.50 - 32.50 €
    Series III
    Fri 16.10.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
    Olli Mustonen
    Olli Mustonen
    1. Olli Mustonenconductor
    2. Nicholas Danieloboe
    1. Rodion ShtshedrinMusic for Strings, Two Oboes, Two Horns and Celesta: Suite from the ballet “The Lady with the Lapdog”
    2. Bohuslav MartinuOboe Concerto
    3. Nikolai Rimski-KorsakovSchéhérazade, symphonic suite

    If anyone knows the music of Bohuslav Martinu and Rodion Shchedrin with all their heart, it has to be Olli Mustonen. The orchestra’s regular guest conductor is joined by world renowned oboist Nicholas Daniel. Composed in honour of the 1956 Olympic Games, the Martinun’s Oboe Concerto makes its first appearance in the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra’s programme.

    Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
    Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
    Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
    7.50 - 32.50 €
    Series I
    Wed 21.10.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
    Fabien Gabel
    Fabien Gabel
    1. Fabien Gabelconductor
    2. Johannes Piirtopiano
    1. Aleksandr SkrjabinRêverie
    2. Aleksandr SkrjabinPiano Concerto No. 1
    3. Richard StraussDon Juan
    4. Richard StraussIntermezzo: Four Symphonic Interludes
    In his early career, the modernist composer Alexander Scriabin was an incurable romantic and dreamer in the spirit of Chopin. His overwhelming piano concerto is as if made for pianist Johannes Piirto. Fabien Gabel, music director of the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, in turn demonstrates his skills as a conductor with Richard Strauss’s orchestral masterpiece Don Juan.

    Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
    Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
    Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
    7.50 - 32.50 €
    Series II
    Thu 22.10.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
    Fabien Gabel
    Fabien Gabel
    1. Fabien Gabelconductor
    2. Johannes Piirtopiano
    1. Aleksandr SkrjabinRêverie
    2. Aleksandr SkrjabinPiano Concerto No. 1
    3. Richard StraussDon Juan
    4. Richard StraussIntermezzo: Four Symphonic Interludes
    In his early career, the modernist composer Alexander Scriabin was an incurable romantic and dreamer in the spirit of Chopin. His overwhelming piano concerto is as if made for pianist Johannes Piirto. Fabien Gabel, music director of the Quebec Symphony Orchestra, in turn demonstrates his skills as a conductor with Richard Strauss’s orchestral masterpiece Don Juan.

    Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
    Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
    Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
    7.50 - 32.50 €
    Tue 27.10.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pmLaura Mvula
    Laura Mvula
    Laura Mvula
    1. Laura Mvulavocals
    2. Jules Buckleyconductor
    3. UMOJazz Orchestra
    4. Ahjo Ensemble
      Up-and-coming soul singer and songwriter Laura Mvula continues her fruitful collaboration with conductor Jules Buckley, performing moving soul ballads with a symphonic accompaniment.

      Tickets to this concert are on sale from April 23.

      Season tickets for Autumn 2015 from Lippupalvelu outlets 23.4.-10.8.2015.
      11,50 - 47,50 €
      HKO Screen
      Series IV
      Fri 30.10.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
      Tine Thing Helseth
      Tine Thing Helseth
      1. Dima Slobodenioukconductor
      2. Tine Thing Helsethtrumpet
      3. Jonathan HarveyTranquil Abidings
      1. Jonathan HarveyTranquil Abiding
      2. Johann HummelTrumpet Concerto in E-flat Major
      3. Sergei ProkofjevSymphony No. 2 "The Earth Anew"
      Meet the Artists - Dima Slobodeniouk
      18.15 in the Main Foyer

      Ennakkoluulijat 18.30 in the Main Foyer

      Norwegian trumpet virtuoso Tine Thing Helseth has captured the attention of critics and music lovers in recent years. In this concert she displays her remarkable talents performing Johann Nepomuk Hummel’s elegant trumpet concerto. By contrast, Sergei Prokofiev characterised his second symphony as a work of iron and steel.

      HKO SCREEN LIVE STREAM

      Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
      Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
      Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.

      Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
      Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
      Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
      7.50 - 32.50 €
      Series III
      Wed 4.11.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
      Pekka Kuusisto
      Pekka Kuusisto
      1. Susanna Mälkkiconductor
      2. Pekka Kuusistoviolin
      1. Jean SibeliusConcerto in D minor for Violin and Orchestra
      2. Jean SibeliusLemminkäinen
      Pekka Kuusisto, sensational winner of the International Jean Sibelius Violin Competition exactly twenty years ago at the age of just 19, returns to Sibelius’s violin concerto with his trademark spontaneity. When Kuusisto and Susanna Mälkki get together, anything is possible.

      Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
      Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
      Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
      7.50 - 32.50 €
      Series II
      Thu 5.11.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
      Pekka Kuusisto
      Pekka Kuusisto
      1. Susanna Mälkkiconductor
      2. Pekka Kuusistoviolin
      1. Jean SibeliusConcerto in D minor for Violin and Orchestra
      2. Jean SibeliusLemminkäinen
      Pekka Kuusisto, sensational winner of the International Jean Sibelius Violin Competition exactly twenty years ago at the age of just 19, returns to Sibelius’s violin concerto with his trademark spontaneity. When Kuusisto and Susanna Mälkki get together, anything is possible.

      Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
      Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
      Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
      7.50 - 32.50 €
      Tue 10.11.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pmJunior Concert
      1. Atso Almilaconductor
      2. Satu Sopanenvocals and presenter
      3. Helsingin 5. musiikkiluokkien oppilaitaPupils from Helsinki’s 5 music classes
        The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra presents a fun concert for families in which school-age musicians perform on stage with Atso Almila and Satu Sopanen.

        Tickets to this concert are on sale from April 23.

        Season tickets for Autumn 2015 from Lippupalvelu outlets 23.4.-10.8.2015.
        7.50 - 32.50 €
        Series IV
        Fri 13.11.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
        Michael Schønwandt
        Michael Schønwandt
        1. Michael Schønwandtconductor
        2. Shai Wosnerpiano
        3. Anna Immonensoprano
        4. Joonas Asikainenbaritone
        1. Niels GadeNachklänge aus Ossian
        2. W.A. MozartPianokonsert nr 20
        3. Carl NielsenSymfoni nr 3 "Espansiva"
        Carl Nielsen made his international breakthrough with his third symphony, “Sinfonia Expansiva”. Michael Schønwandt, a renowned Nielsen specialist and the most successful Danish conductor ever, makes his long-awaited return to perform with the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra.

        Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
        Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
        Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
        7.50 - 32.50 €
        Series I
        Wed 18.11.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
        Christian Ihle Hadland
        Christian Ihle Hadland
        1. Marc Soustrotconductor
        2. Christian Ihle Hadlandpiano
        1. Ludwig van BeethovenLeonore Overture No. 3
        2. W.A. MozartPiano Concerto No. 21
        3. Paul HindemithMathis der Maler
        The slow movement of Mozart’s piano concerto in C major became a symbol of careless love as part of the soundtrack to the 1967 Swedish film Elvira Madigan. Elegantly energetic Christian Ihle Hadland has built a reputation particularly for his interpretations of Mozart.

        Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
        Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
        Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
        7.50 - 32.50 €
        Series III
        Thu 19.11.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
        Christian Ihle Hadland
        Christian Ihle Hadland
        1. Marc Soustrotconductor
        2. Christian Ihle Hadlandpiano
        1. Ludwig van BeethovenLeonore Overture No. 3
        2. W.A. MozartPiano Concerto No. 21
        3. Paul HindemithMathis der Maler
        The slow movement of Mozart’s piano concerto in C major became a symbol of careless love as part of the soundtrack to the 1967 Swedish film Elvira Madigan. Elegantly energetic Christian Ihle Hadland has built a reputation particularly for his interpretations of Mozart.

        Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
        Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
        Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
        7.50 - 32.50 €
        HKO Screen
        Tue 24.11.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pmToivo Kärki 100
        Panu Savolainen
        Panu Savolainen
        1. Jaakko Kuusistoconductor
        2. Panu Savolainen Toivo
        1. Toivo KärkiMuista minua (arr Timo Alakotila
        2. Toivo KärkiVanhan veräjän luona (arr Mikko Hassinen, Panu Savolainen)
        3. Toivo KärkiHiljainen kylätie (arr Mikko Hassinen, Panu Savolainen)
        4. Toivo KärkiIn the Running (arr Panu Savolainen, Teemu Viinikainen, Jori Huhtala)
        5. Toivo KärkiTäysikuu (arr Marzi Nyman)
        6. Toivo KärkiKuin lapsena ennen (arr Marzi Nyman, Panu Savolainen)
        7. Toivo KärkiOnni, jonka annoin pois (arr Marzi Nyman, Panu Savolainen)
        8. Toivo KärkiKulkurin iltatähti (arr Mikko Hassinen, Panu Savolainen)
        9. Toivo KärkiKaksi vanhaa tukkijätkää (arr Mikko Hassinen, Panu Savolainen)
        10. Toivo KärkiEron hetki on kaunis (arr Panu Savolainen)
        11. Toivo KärkiLentävä kalakukko (arr Panu Savolainen)
        12. Toivo KärkiJos vielä oot vapaa (arr Marzi Nyman)
        Jazz trio Panu Savolainen Toivo teams up with the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra to celebrate the 100th anniversary year of the birth of Finnish composer Toivo Kärki, king of unforgettable tangos and popular hits.

        Tickets to this concert are on sale from April 23.

        Season tickets for Autumn 2015 from Lippupalvelu outlets 23.4.-10.8.2015.
        7.50 - 32.50 €
        Series IV
        Fri 27.11.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
        Jennifer Koh
        Jennifer Koh
        1. Jun Märklconductor
        2. Jennifer Kohviolin
        1. Claude DebussyMarche Écossaise sur un Thème Populaire
        2. Felix MendelssohnConcerto in E minor for Violin and Orchestra
        3. Felix MendelssohnSymphony No. 3 "Scottish"
        Jennifer Koh, winner in 1994 of the prestigious International Tchaikovsky Competition, the biggest violin competition in the world, returns as a guest of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra after 13 years. The profuse romanticism of Mendelssohn is joined by a true rarity in the concert world, Debussy’s Scottish march.

        Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
        Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
        Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
        7.50 - 32.50 €
        Tue 8.12.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pmSibelius 150
        Soile Isokoski
        Soile Isokoski
        1. John Storgårdsconductor
        2. Yefim Bronfmanpiano
        3. Soile Isokoskisoprano
        1. Jean SibeliusSatu
        2. Ludwig van BeethovenPiano Concerto No. 5
        3. Jean SibeliusLuonnotar, a tone-poem for soprano and orchestra
        4. Jean SibeliusSymphony No. 7
        Jean Sibelius’s own orchestra celebrates the 150th anniversary of the birth of the legendary composer with a unique concert in which two undisputed master soloists present the works that have become their trademarks.

        Tickets to this concert are on sale from April 23.

        Season tickets for Autumn 2015 from Lippupalvelu outlets 23.4.-10.8.2015.
        7.50 - 32.50 €
        HKO Screen
        Series III
        Thu 17.12.Helsinki Music Centre at 7.00 pm
        John Storgårds
        John Storgårds
        1. John Storgårdsconductor
        1. Gustav MahlerSymphony No. 7 "Song of the Night"
        Meet the Artists - John Storgårds
        18.15 in the Main Foyer
        Ennakkoluulijat
        18.30 in the Main Foyer

        Chief conductor John Storgårds concludes seven years at the helm of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra with a performance of Gustav Mahler’s giant 7th symphony, a true test of the art of conducting.

        HKO SCREEN LIVE STREAM

        Kertalippujen myynti alkaa 20.8.2015.
        Engångsbiljetterna säljs fr.o.m. 20.8.2015.
        Single tickets for autumn 2015 are on sale from Aug 20.
        7.50 - 32.50 €
        Wed 6.1.Helsinki Music Centre at 3.00 pmReport on the Blind
        John Malkovich
        John Malkovich
        1. József Hársconductor
        2. John Malkovichnarrator
        3. Ksenia Koganpiano
        1. Dmitri ShostakovitshSuite for Variety Orchestra
        2. Alfred SchnittkeConcerto for Piano and String Orchestra
        Hollywood legend John Malkovich and Ksenia Kogan, one of the most brilliant Russian pianists of her generation, bring their latest project to Helsinki. Narrator John Malkovich penetrates the darkest corners of the mind as Fernando Vidal, a paranoid and delusional character who fears the power of the Blind Sect and its world domination. Dreamlike arbitrariness, feelings of alienation and the mystery of being all overlap in this timeless story by Argentinean writer and human rights activist Ernesto Sabato. The monologue is accompanied by the music of avant-garde composer Alfred Schnittken. The concert begins with the spirited Suite for Jazz Orchestra No. 2 by Dmitri Shostakovich.

        Tickets to this concert are on sale from April 23.

        Season tickets for Autumn 2015 from Lippupalvelu outlets 23.4.-10.8.2015.
        11,50 - 48,50 €
         
         
           
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