Violinist Elina Vähälä is one of the most sought-after Finnish instrumentalists in the international music scene. Her sound and virtuosity has received acclaims throughout the world and the critics have praised her playing as dazzling, sensitive, brave and luminous.
Jaakko Kuusisto is a regular guest both as a violinist and a conductor within the Finnish orchestras and festivals.
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
The Finnish Chamber Orchestra, founded in 1990, is a vocation for its members. The musicians are on the forefront of Finnish orchestras; concertmasters and principals, prominent instructors, and freelance artists.
The Finnish word Rajaton translates as “boundless” – a word that so accurately describes the way this six voice a cappella ensemble approaches music.
Virpi Räisänen Virpi Räisänen, one of the most sought after Finnish female singers, has garnered an impressive list of honours and achievements both as a mezzo soprano and earlier as a concert violinist. Next to her successful violin career singing was always her other passion. Besides mastering the traditional mezzo soprano repertoire, she has also […]
Founded by Duo Tiksola (the violinists Minna Pensola and Antti Tikkanen), Tiksola Co. is a chamber music ensemble that flexibly grows from a trio to a small chamber orchestra.
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.