Inbal Segev as the HPO’s cello soloist
Cellist Inbal Segev will be taking the place of Alisa Weilerstein. Despite the change, the concert programme will remain as previously announced. Conducted by Thomas Dausgaard, the concerts will feature Edvard Grieg’s Two Nordic Melodies, the cello concerto DANCE by the HPO’s Composer-in-Residence Anna Clyne, and the original version of Jean Sibelius’s 5th symphony from 1915. Sibelius’s symphony will be preceded by a prelude especially composed for the piece by Thomas Dausgaard and Timo Alakotila.
Inbal Segev will be performing as soloist with the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra for the first time. The cello concerto DANCE by Anna Clyne was commissioned and premiered by Segev.
Helsinki Music Centre
Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra
Thomas Dausgaard, conductor
Inbal Segev, cello
Timo Alakotila, harmonium
Tero Pajunen, voice
Ilona Korhonen, voice
Minna-Liisa Tammela, voice
Anna-Karin Korhonen, kantele
Edvard Grieg: Two Nordic Melodies
Anna Clyne: DANCE for cello and orchestra
Thomas Dausgaard / Timo Alakotila: Prelude to Sibelius 5th symphony
Jean Sibelius: Symphony No. 5 (1915)