The Kamarihelmi Festival is being held for the 14th time in 2024. Young students of Espoo Music Institute, Music Institute Juvenalia and Musikinstitutet Kungsvägen perform key chamber music works together with visiting masters.
Internationally performing master of classical saxophone from Vienna.
Professor of violin and chamber music at University of Arts, Zurich and Basel Music Academy.
Baritone, University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna.
Monday 5.2.2024, 7pm
Masters of classical saxophone Marko Dzomba (Vienna), Olli-Pekka Tuomisalo and Hilla Ruotsala, with young musicians representing Espoo Music Institute and Music Institute Juvenalia / In partnership with the City of Espoo.
The programme includes works by Domenico Cimarosa and Heitor Villa-Lobos arranged for saxophone ensemble by Olli-Pekka Tuomisalo, as well as young pianists performing The Carnival of the Animals by Camille Saint-Saëns.
Monday 12.2.2024, 7pm
Anna Gebert, (Basel), violin
Benno Schollum (Vienna), baritone
Antti Vahtola, piano
and several young chamber musicians and singers from Espoo.
Programme includes works by composers such as Mozart, Schubert and Heinz Holliger.
In partnership with the City of Espoo, Espoo Music Institute, Music Institute Juvenalia, Musikinstitutet Kungsvägen, Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts and the Austrian and Swiss embassies in Finland.
As always, the 14th Kamarihelmi Festival will be hosted in co-operation with the City of Espoo, Espoo Music Institute, Music Institute Juvenalia, Musikinstitutet Kungsvägen, the Austrian Embassy in Helsinki and in february 2024 also the Swiss embassy in Helsinki.
Kamarihelmi has previously also been hosted as a joint project with the Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts and the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna’s Erasmus exchange programme; Espoon Musiikkifestivaalit Yhdistys ry has also contributed.
Welcome to our 2024 concerts!