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Cancelled: Laulu-Miehet Male Voice Choir, Christmas Concert

Fri 

Rock church (Temppeliaukio church), Lutherinkatu 3, Helsinki

EVENT CANCELLED

The beloved Christmas concerts by Laulu-Miehet are unforgettable experiences for great number of people. The concerts offer peaceful atmosphere in the middle of hassle.

Laulu-Miehet (L-M) is one of Finland’s most highly esteemed male voice choirs. In fact, almost all of the most notable Finnish composers have dedicated pieces to Laulu-Miehet, and the choir has premièred dozens of works. L-M regularly performs in its home town of Helsinki, and tours around various parts of Finland every spring and autumn. The choir’s concerts held every year ahead of Christmas have become a well-established tradition in the Finnish capital’s concert calendar. The conductor of Laulu-Miehet is professor emeritus of choir conducting of Sibelius Academy Dr Matti Hyökki.

St. John's Church (cancelled)
8.12. at 19.00

Kallio Church (cancelled)
10.12. at 18.00

Temppeliaukio Church
18.12. at 18.00 and 20.30

Tickets 25/28€ from Ticketmaster

L-M takes care of the safety of concerts: the ticket price includes a face mask and social distances have been considered in the amount of the audience.

This is a recurring event:

 

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