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Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra musician performing at the Helsinki Library in November

chamber music It will be performed in 16 libraries in Helsinki in November. The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra concert on your library tour, co-sponsored by the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra and the Helsinki City Library, is free.

The library tour concert is about 30 minutes long and is performed by musicians from the city orchestra in a small chamber music ensemble. The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra and the Helsinki City Library’s chamber music collaboration began last year when the library celebrated its 160th anniversary. The event will continue and the orchestra’s library tour will become an annual tradition.

“Feedback from both city residents and orchestral musicians last year was clear. The atmosphere of the library concert was special and warm. We are pleased to continue to hold these encounters throughout Helsinki as much as possible. Many residents hope to do so. Find a way to these little concerts. ” Alexi Malmberg, General Manager of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra.

The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra on your library tour will begin on Monday, November 1st at the Etera Haga Library. The final concert of the tour will take place on Thursday, November 25th at the Oulunkylä Library. The concert lasts about 30 minutes and starts at noon or 6 pm. This tour provides Helsinki residents with easy access to high-quality chamber music concerts at the local library.

“The library is close to people who meet music and other cultures as well as literature. The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra’s chamber music tour at the library is a great addition to the vibrant cultural offering of the district.” increase. Katri Vänttinen, Director of the City of Helsinki.

Source: Helsinki Culture and Leisure Department

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