Suomeksi

Sounds & Spaces @Kiasma

Tue 7 Feb 2017 7.30 pm
Kiasma, Mannerheiminaukio 2, Helsinki

Helsingin kamarikuoro
Nils Schweckendiek, conductor

GYÖRGY LIGETI: Lux aeterna
TIINA MYLLÄRINEN: Railo (HKK commission,
                                           premiere)
GYÖRGY LIGETI: Drei Phantasien nach Friedrich
                                  Hölderlin
   - intermission -
GYÖRGY LIGETI: Poème symphonique
QASIM NAQVI: Fjoloy (European premiere)
PATIPARN JAIKAMPAN: Jaya Gāthā

MODERN CHORAL CLASSICS side by side with brand new works, exploring various spaces in the Kiasma museum. György Ligeti represents the contemporary music canon, while Qasim Naqvi’s Fjoloy - in which the choir follows microtonal parts created on a synthesizer through headphones - is now performed for the first time in Europe. In Jaya Gāthā, Patiparn Jaikampan, winner of the Einojuhani Rautavaara Composition Competition in 2016, creates a magical surround effect by arranging the choir around the hall. Tiina Myllärinen also explores space in her new composition Railo, which highlights conflicts between the human inner and outer world.

Tickets: 20 / 15 / 8 € Ticketmaster

In collaboration with:
Musica nova Helsinki


Patiparn Jaikampan, photo: Time of Music / Ville Waali


Tiina Myllärinen, photo: Mika Kirsi
We have several good orchestras in our country, but only because composers know the Finnish Radio Chamber Choir do they not hesitate to write radical, unusual, rhythmically and tonally demanding thoughts and innovations also in choral music.
Einojuhani Rautavaara,
composer