Sibelius Finland Experience Helsinki Summer Season 2017
Location: Kansallissali, National Hall, Helsinki
Address: Aleksanterinkatu 44 - map
Time 12:00 - 13:00
Summer Season 2017 from May 15 to September 15 every day at 12:00.
Start and duration: 12.00 - 1 hour, no intermission
Language: English, multilingual welcome words
German, Swedish, French, Spanish, Russian, Japanese and Chinese subtitles
Price: 37€ Includes Design Sibelius CD and drink during the after show artist meeting
Children under 12 years free of charge Free sell. Additional services, dinner lunch, and accommodation available through our partner Kämp Group www.hotelkämp.fi.
Capacity: 120 guests, private functions available
Freesell: Group Request Form - Open ticket option available.
Sibelius Finland Experience is an authentic cultural live music experience for anyone wanting to learn more about Finland. This inspiring 1 hour high quality music and visual production presents Finland and Finnish identity with Sibelius’s compositions: Finlandia, Kuusi, Romance and Valse Triste. Performed by some of the best musicians in Finland in co-operation with the world famous Sibelius Academy and supervised by Professor Erik T. Tawaststjerna as an artistic advisor. The narrated performance is a visual composition of beautiful images of Finland and selected graphic illustrations by Erik Bruun, Professor of Art and Design. His award winning graphics guide every person to understand the importance of the nature and relation to our identity in a very same way as Jean Sibelius compositions.
We welcome you, your guests and family to Kansallissali - National Hall from 1901 by famous Finnish architects Gesellius, Lindgren and Saarinen. The concert takes place in is a one of the most beautiful buildings in national romantic style in Finland. Artists Hilda Flodins famous lime stone sculptures on street level invite your guests to memory of a lifetime. Kansallissali – National Hall in conveniently located absolutely in the heart of the city. Sibelius Finland Experience is suitable to all ages.
Jean Sibelius ( 1865-1957) the national composer of Finland and his works give an insight to Finnish identity andits formation. As a composer he presents the late Romantic period. The core of Sibelius's oeuvre is his set of seven symphonies. Sibelius used each successive work to further develop his own personal compositional style. His works continue to be performed frequently in the concert halls all around the Globe.
He is one of the most recorded artists in the World. His masterpiece Finlandia is played and sung every day in some part of the World. Jean Sibelius is historically and internationally the most famous Finn. His works inspire composers, conductors and touch every day thousands of people. The relation to nature of Finland and its people is tangible.