Suora lähetys Musiikkitalosta: Spirit of beings – 1st post-graduate recital of Iida-Vilhelmiina Sinivalo

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University of the Arts Helsinki - Sibelius Academy presents:

Spirit of beings – 1st post-graduate recital of Iida-Vilhelmiina Sinivalo

Cellist Iida-Vilhelmiina Sinivalo begins her series of post-graduate recitals with an exploration of how the idiom of the cello and the cellist changes in various roles, circumstances and musical environments. The composers featured are Dai Fujikura, Jukka Tiensuu, Tan Dun and Claude Bolling.

The first part of the programme with works using electronics and amplification, may be seen as a narrative of continuous change – from birth to tragic death.

The interval is followed by a Suite for cello and jazz piano trio by Claude Bolling, who has developed a genre described as chamber jazz. It is a benevolent contemplation of the sombre themes of the first half of the programme while also reflecting on the tradition of classical cello playing.

Iida-Vilhelmiina Sinivalo, cello

Awake Percussion:
Petteri Kippo, percussion
Lauri Pekkarinen, percussion
Jerry Piipponen, percussion
Walter Witick, percussion

Bluelight Ensemble:
Ville Herrala, double bass
Mika Kallio, drums
Aki Rissanen, piano

Helsinki Music Centre - Helsingin Musiikkitalo - Camerata,  November 29, 2019 - 18:00  (GMT+2)



Aki Päivärinne:  LAYS
Dai Fujikura: The Spirit of Beings (2012)
Jukka Tiensuu: oddjob (1995)
Aki Päivärinne:  LAYS
Tan Dun: Elegy:  The Snow in June (1991)

--- Intermission

Claude Bolling: Sarja sellolle ja jazzpianotriolle (1984)
Baroque in Rhythm
Cello Fan


Video production:

University of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy

Video, video effects: Keijo Lahtinen

Sound: Marko Myöhänen

FOH: Jon-Patrik Kuhlefelt

Lights: Sirje Ruohtula

Producer: Eeva Hohti

Artist photos by Sampo Herranen


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