Together!

Fri 06/04/2018 18:00 - 18:30
free entry

Introduction

Chamber music concert series by the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra and Sibelius Academy

The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra and Sibelius Academy are presenting a series of chamber music concerts based on the theme of the Finland 100 centenary year: Together! The concerts will be held in the Main Foyer of the Helsinki Music Centre before the orchestra’s evening concerts and feature musicians from the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra together with students from the Sibelius Academy’s classical music department. The collaboration is part of the orchestra academy representing the main actors at the Helsinki Music Centre. 

Artists

  • Pekka Kauppinen

    violin

  • Heini Eklund

    violin

  • Anu Airas

    viola

  • Tuula Saari

    viola

  • Kalle-Pekka Koponen

    cello

Programme

  • 18.00
    18.30
    Felix Mendelssohn

    Jousikvintetto nro 2 B-duuri op. 87

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I take photos of the orchestra?

Yes, but only before or after the concert. During the concert we just want you to enjoy the music. This way you won’t disturb the musicians or other audience members.

Do I have to dress up to attend a concert?

Only the orchestra has a dress code. You can dress as you like.

I have a season ticket but want to change my seat – what should I do?

If you would like to change your seat, you can purchase a new season ticket from the seats available when they go on sale. Unclaimed seats will be made available for individual concerts when the sales period for season tickets ends.

I have a season ticket but can’t make it to the concert – what should I do?

You can give the ticket to a friend or donate it to a music student by calling 09-3102 2700 or sending an e-mail to helsinki.philharmonic@hel.fi by 3pm on the day of the concert.

ENJOY A CONCERT IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR VERY OWN ARMCHAIR 

You can now watch and listen to HPO concerts in the comfort of your very own armchair, streamed online.
The pre-concert talk (in Finnish) will help to put you in the mood. During the interval you can also meet more interesting people and hear what goes on behind the scenes.