Purcell–Forsman–Ferling–Byström–Geminiani–Telemann–Lully–Porpora–Roman–Bellman–Rameau and folk music from Finland, Norway and Iceland
Finnish Baroque Orchestra, FiBO Collegium, Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble, Symphonia Angelica, Barokkanerne, Jouni Bäckström, mime, Minna Vainikainen, director, Helsinki Conservatory of Music , Music institutes: Pakilan musiikkiopisto, Keravan musiikkiopisto, Lauttasaaren musiikkiopisto, Solna kulturskola, Nacka musikskola, Sinfóníuhljómsveit tónlistarskólanna, Tónlistarskóli Kópavogs, Tónskóli Sigursveins D. Kristinssonar, Oslo Musikk- og kulturskole, Rhythmic gymnastics teams: Team Kisakallio, Tapiolan voimistelijat, Vantaan voimisteluseura, Tapanilan Erä, Olarin voimistelijat
The Residency Series at the House of Nobility offers French Baroque on 21 October, pure Vivaldi on 9 November and Advent music from different centuries on 30 November. And don't forget the greatest concert event of the fall; Händel's seldom played oratorio Il trionfo del tempo e del disinganno in St. John's Church on 21 September. See all the fall concerts here.
It is now possible to buy the first album by FiBO Records, Moramoramor, published in November 2017, from the online store. The album contains the third and fifth Brandenburg Concertos by J. S. Bach, Vivaldi’s concertos with the orchestra’s own soloists and Mora by Jukka Tiensuu. In addition to FiBO, the record presents Antti Tikkanen (violin, viola and leading) and Topi Lehtipuu (tenor). Buy yours now!
We present the new Concerto Grosso spectacle! The narrative grand concert combines Nordic folk music and Baroque music with a Viking voyage theme. Four Nordic Baroque orchestras and young musicians from four Nordic countries enter the stage. They are joined by several rhythmic gymnastics teams. Read more here.