Concerts

 

Sat 3.3.2018 01.00 pm
Pentinkulma-sali, Kerava

Free entry

Children's baroque

A Baroque concert for the whole family

Bach–Vivaldi

Ensemble from the Finnish Baroque Orchestra:
Hanna Haapamäki, recorder and traverso
Markus Pelli, Baroque cello
Anna Orasmaa, harpsichord

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Anna Orasmaa, Hanna Haapamäki and Markus Pelli. Photo: Nadja Sarell.
 
Thu 18.1.2018 07.00 pm
Art Factory, Porvoo
Art Factory Classics
Tue 20.2.2018 01.00 pm
Musiikkitalo, Helsinki
AUF Series
Wed 7.3.2018 07.00 pm
Kanneltalo, Helsinki

Ach so!

Baroque music from Germany

J. S. Bach – Händel – Telemann

Juho Punkeri, tenor
Hanna Haapamäki, recorder and traverso
Pauliina Fred, traverso
FiBO Players 

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Juho Punkeri. Photo: Anna Äärelä.
 
Fri 9.3.2018 07.00 pm
Urjala Church, Urjala
Parasta ennen 1793 -sarja
Sun 11.3.2018 08.00 pm
Prinzregententheater, Munich

Dancing Queen

Music from the life of Christina, Queen of Sweden

Albrici–Düben–Schmelzer–Cesti–Scarlatti–Gesualdo–Corelli

FiBO Singers:
Kajsa Dahlbäck and Olga Heikkilä, soprano
Katariina Heikkilä, alto
Jukka Jokitalo, tenor
Juha-Pekka Mitjonen, bass
FiBO Players

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Kajsa Dahlbäck and Olga Heikkilä. Photos: Jouni Harala and Tom McKenzie.
 
Thu 22.3.2018 07.00 pm
Cathedral, Espoo

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St. John Passion

Bach’s first Passion

J. S. Bach

Niall Chorell, tenori (evankelista)
Jyrki Korhonen, basso (Jeesus)
Tuuli Lindeberg, sopraano
Teppo Lampela, altto
Jere Martikainen, tenori
Sampo Haapaniemi, basso
Tapiolan kamarikuoro
Suomalainen barokkiorkesteri
Hannu Norjanen, johtaja

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Tapiola Chamber Choir. Photo: Magi Viljanen.
 
Sun 25.3.2018 06.00 pm
Cathedral, Tampere

St. John Passion

The musical highlight of Palm Sunday

J. S. Bach

Topi Lehtipuu, tenori (evankelista)
Juha Kotilainen, basso (Jeesus)
Suvi Väyrynen, sopraano
Tiina Penttinen, altto
Taavi Oramo, tenori
Arttu Kataja, basso
Harjun kamarikuoro
Suomalainen barokkiorkesteri
Heikki Liimola, johtaja

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Harju Chamber Choir. Photo: Pasi Ristolainen.
 
Tue 27.3.2018 07.00 pm
Helsinki Cathedral, Helsinki
Fri 30.3.2018 06.00 pm
Helsinki Cathedral, Helsinki

St. Matthew Passion

The little cantors’ renewed passion tradition

Bach

Tom Nyman, tenor (evangelist)
Jyrki Korhonen, bass (Jesus)
Helena Juntunen, soprano
Teppo Lampela, alto
Niall Chorell, tenor
Heikki Kilpeläinen, bass
CM training group choir
Cantores Minores
Finnish Baroque Orchestra
Hannu Norjanen, conductor 

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Cantores Minores
 
Thu 29.3.2018 07.00 pm
Johanneksenkirkko, Helsinki

St. Matthew Passion

An Easter tradition since 1921

J. S. Bach

Niall Chorell, tenor (evangelist)
Kristian Lindroos, bass (Jesus)
Kajsa Dahlbäck, soprano
Teppo Lampela, alto
Simo Mäkinen, tenor
Petri Lindroos, bass
CandoMini, young singers from the Helsinki Conservatory of Music and Kannelkellot
Suomen Laulu Choir
Finnish Baroque Orchestra
Juhani Lamminmäki, conductor 

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Suomen Laulu Choir
 
Fri 27.4.2018 07.00 pm
The House of Nobility, Helsinki
The Residency Series at the House of Nobility
Sun 29.4.2018 06.00 pm
The House of Nobility, Helsinki
The Residency Series at the House of Nobility

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Helsinki 27.4.
Helsinki 29.4.
Helsinki (series tickets)

Dido & Aeneas

Henry Purcell’s beloved opera in concert version

Purcell

Tuuli Lindeberg ja Kajsa Dahlbäck, soprano
Juho Punkeri, tenor
Key Ensemble
Finnish Baroque Orchestra
Justin Doyle, conductor

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Key Ensemble
 
Sat 12.5.2018 03.00 pm
Astoria-sali, Helsinki

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Crazy about you

Encounters through baroque gesture, dance and music

Clérambault – Campra – Lully – Couperin – de la Barre – Händel – Corelli – Pécour

Minna Nyberg, soprano and baroque gestures
Jani Sunnarborg, bassoon and baroque dance
FiBO Players

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Minna Nyberg and Jani Sunnarborg. Photo: Jonte Knif.
 
Fri 18.5.2018 07.00 pm
The House of Nobility, Helsinki
The Residency Series at the House of Nobility
Sun 20.5.2018 08.00 pm
Dreieinigkeitskirche, Regensburg
Tage Alter Musik Regensburg

TICKETS
Helsinki
Helsinki (series tickets)

FiBO & Amandine

A celebration of orchestral music

Leclair–Muffat–Telemann

Amandine Beyer, violin and leader
Finnish Baroque Orchestra

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Amandine Beyer. Photo: Óscar Vázquez.