The new piano concerto by Finnish-Canadian Matthew Whittall was inspired by the sea – both real and mythical.
The recital is a part of the celebrations for the centenary of Finland’s independence (Suomi 100).
Audite Chamber Choir. Jani Sivén, conductor. Matthew Whittall: Christmas Hath a Darkness.
The works in this recital represent the Neo-Romantic and sensual side of contemporary music, juxtaposed with somewhat obscure late Romantic works.
Featured are Jaakko Mäntyjärvi’s evocative Canticum calamitatis maritimae, and Canadian/Finnish composer Matthew Whittall’s love is a place.
Minimalia I-III on minimalistiseen kamarimusiikkiin keskittyvä kolmen konsertin sarja, joka järjestetään ensimmäisen kerran Konepajan Bruno -tehdashallissa.
Sounding North presents its audience the broadest possible experience of Nordic sound, from Swedish herding calls to sounds of the Finnish sauna.
This concert is all about the history of saxophone music, and genre boundaries are unknown!
Hedi Viisma’s cycle of postgraduate recitals comes full circle in her fifth recital, featuring new works by Matthew Whittall and Robert Rival.