Wonderfeel Helsinki is a new kind of classical music event, combining wonderful music with a relaxed festival atmosphere, a versatile range of food and drink options and an interesting supplementary programme. The three days will be filled with chamber music classics as well as the most interesting contemporary music, surprising encounters and the natural peace of the lush Lapinlahti park area.
Wonderfeel has been organised in natural surroundings near Amsterdam since 2015, where it has gained great popularity. Wonderfeel Helsinki, organised as part of Helsinki Festival, brings this unique concept outside of the Netherlands for the first time.
The performers will include, for example, Anu Komsi, Castalian String Quartet, Tami Pohjola, Aki Rissanen Trio, Sergey Malov, Finnish Baroque Orchestra, Essi Höglund, Awake Percussion, Taavi Oramo, Elina Vähälä, Helsinki Chamber Choir, Senja Rummukainen, defunensemble, Tytti Arola, Tölöläb & Elifantree, Jukka Perko and the children’s music orchestra FlipFlop. In addition to the music, there will also be speeches, yoga and a programme for children.
After an intense Autumn Spring 2020 is looking somewhat calmer for the Helsinki Chamber Choir. These are your chances to hear and see us in Helsinki this Spring:
Sun 26.1. Sibafest: Palju õnne, Arvo Pärt!
Nyky Ensemble, Helsinki Chamber Choir, conductor Jaan-Eik Tulve
Mon 16.3. Soikoon! - New choral works by composition students
Helsinki Chamber Choir, conductor Hannu Norjanen
Our CD "Reports – Choral works by Perttu Haapanen" is nominated for the Emma Awards, as Classical Album of the Year. The Emma Award winners are published in the Emma-gala 8th of February 2020.