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NordNote in Konzerthaus Berlin

Finland became an autonomic state of Russia in 1809. This was the first step in the development towards an independent country - Finland got the independence in 1917. My idea was to celebrate the 200 years of the Finnish history with an important Finnish concert series. These artistic plans could be carried out only with excellent co-operation partners: Finnish Institute in Berlin, Konzerthaus Berlin and Konzerthausorchester Berlin. Altogether it became a concert series of ten concerts in the Konzerthaus Berlin in the season 2009-2010. There is some Finnish music in every programme performed by the best artists of Finland.

Brochure of the concert series in the autumn 2009

Place: Konzerthaus Berlin, Gendarmenmarkt, 10117 Berlin

15.09.2009 Antti Siirala, piano (Bach - Saariaho - Sibelius - Chopin)

13.10.2009 Anna-Liisa Bezrodny, violin and Matilda Kärkkäinen, piano (Englund - Prokofiev - Sibelius - Janacek - Rimsky-Korsakov)

17.11.2009 Taavi Oramo, clarinet, Tuomas Lehto, cello, Roope Gröndahl, piano (Sibelius - Lindberg - Beethoven - Glinka)

11.12.2009 Konzerthausorchester Berlin / Okko Kamu, Henri Sigfridsson, piano (Alfvén - Grieg - Sibelius)

12.12.2009 Konzerthausorchester Berlin / Okko Kamu, Henri Sigfridsson, piano (Alfvén - Grieg - Sibelius)

23.02.2010 Tempera Quartet (Laura Vikman, Silva Koskela, Tiila Kangas, Ulla Lampela) and Risto-Matti Marin, piano (Sallinen - Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - Furuhjelm)

30.03.2010 Sennu Laine, cello, Terhi Dostal (née Jääskeläinen), piano (Sibelius - Kaski - Schumann - Mendelssohn-Bartholdy)

24.04.2010 Konzerthausorchester Berlin / John Storgårds, Kari Kriikku, clarinet (Glasunov - Tiensuu - Schumann)

25.04.2010 Konzerthausorchester Berlin / John Storgårds, Kari Kriikku, clarinet (Glasunov - Tiensuu - Schumann)

04.05.2010 Helsinki Baroque Orchestra / Aapo Häkkinen, Susanne Rydén, sopran, Riccardo Minasi, violin ( Pisendel - Bach - Händel - Agrell - Richter)

 

The concert series was supported by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Svenska Kulturfonden (Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland).