Musica nova Helsinki: Soiva kieli vocal music series: The Six Senses
Soiva kieli vocal music series: 21st century songs for International Women’s Day
This programme, part of the Musica nova Helsinki festival, coincides with International Women’s Day, and we are presenting a recital of 21st century songs by women composers. The theme of this year’s Musica Nova festival is ‘Sensations’ and we are diving into the world of the human senses – not only the five senses of sound, touch, taste, smell and sight, but also our sense of time – our understanding and perception of the present, the past (memory) and the future (dreams), and how we experience the passage of time.
- Jocelyn Morlock – Train
- Jennifer Walshe – The Robot
- Vivian Fung – Six Haiku
- Ann Cleare – Fog
- Anne Cleare – Flight
- Jocelyn Morlock – Matches, from Involuntary Love Songs
- Hannah Kendall – Incident
- Freya Waley Cohen – In the Bubble Gum Jungle
- Kate Soper – So dawn chromatically descends to day
- Reena Esmail – Avaaz, from Chuti Hui Jagah
- Eleriin Müüripeal and Iivari Aalto
- Veikko Vallinoja and Jussi Littunen
- Emma Hartikainen and Tanja Niiranen
- Aleksiina Turtiainen and Kumi Shimozaki
- Yolanda Harding and Lambis Pavlou
Additional information: Matti Leisma, firstname.lastname@example.org
In Sibelius Academy’s Soiva kieli vocal music series, four lied concerts are performed each year by vocal arts and piano students. The Artistic Director of the series is Keval Shah, lecturer in Lied.
Musica nova Helsinki 2023
The concert is part of the Musica nova Helsinki contemporary music festival. The festival will take place in Helsinki from 1st to 12th March 2023. Check out the Festival’s program.
Mannerheimintie renovation project
Mannerheimintie renovation project will begin on March 6th between the Postikatu and Runeberginkatu streets.
Access to the Musiikkitalo from the direction of Mannerheimintie will be difficult. We recommend that you allow enough time for your arrival and use the entrance on the side of Kansalaistori if possible. According to current information, the entrance to Mannerheimintie will also remain in use throughout the renovation, but pedestrian routes can be challenging at times.
We recommend following the official information channels of the renovation project, where you can find the most up-to-date information.