Aku Sorensen

Aku Sorensen Aku Sorensen is one of the most interesting young conductors. Born in California and currently based in Finland, Sorensen has conducted various orchestras, including Lapland Chamber Orchestra, Turku Philharmonic Orchestra, Jyväskylä Sinfonia, Pori Sinfonietta, Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra, and Tapiola Sinfonietta. Sorensen’s particular interest lies in programming and curation, especially integrating less-performed repertoire and […]

Nina Mya

nina mya Nina Mya is an acclaimed Finnish jazz singer, composer, and educator, known for her technically skilled and expressive voice, strong interpretative skills, and respect for African American influences. Mya seamlessly blends jazz, soul, and gospel in a soulful manner that is unique in the Nordic region. Nina Mya has released four albums with […]

Waltteri Torikka

Waltteri Torikka Baritone Waltteri Torikka has established himself as one of the most sought-after opera singers of his generation in Finland.  Torikka is known for his versatile repertoire  and adaptability, and he feels equally at home in concert halls and on opera stages.  Throughout his career, Torikka has been honored with numerous awards, including the […]

Linda Lampenius

Throughout her illustrious career, violin virtuoso Linda Lampenius has performed for audiences ranging from millions to heads of state and royalty. Known for her genre-defying versatility and adaptability as a musician, Lampenius is equally at home in classical music concerts as well as in more entertaining productions. Linda began her violin studies at the age […]

Jonathan Roozeman

Jonathan Roozeman Finnish-Dutch cellist and rising star, Jonathan Roozeman is already establishing himself as a player of exceptional musical integrity.  Roozeman’s phenomenal, expansive and versatile sound lends itself not only to works of the core classical repertory, but those by Kabalevsky, Kokkonen, Vieuxtemps and Sallinen.  Roozeman’s recent highlights include ARK Classical Festival in Tokyo, Tampere Philharmonic, […]

Tomas Djupsjöbacka

Tomas Djupsjöbacka’s path to conductor started already in 2012, when he received coaching from New York Metropolitan Opera Music Director designate Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Since his conducting debut in 2013 with the Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra, Djupsjöbacka has appeared with most of the Finnish orchestras. Djupsjöbacka is the Principal conductor and artistic director of Vaasa City orchestra. […]

Jan-Erik Gustafsson

Jan-Erik Gustafsson Cellist Jan-Erik Gustafsson is currently one of the world’s most sought-after soloists and chamber musicians. He began his studies with Markku Luolajan-Mikkola at the West Helsinki Music Institute and studied further with Mikhail Homitser and Frans Helmerson at the Edberg-Musikinstitut in Stockholm, completing his soloist diploma examination in 1992. Gustafsson placed well in […]

Kimmo Pohjonen

Finnish accordion adventurist Kimmo Pohjonen’s singular mission is to expand the capabilities, sound, scope, performance and experience of the accordion to levels never before attempted, seen or heard.


Meta4, formed in 2001, is one of the internationally most succesful Finnish string quartets. In 2004 Meta4 won the first prize in the International Shostakovich Quartet Competition in Moscow