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Helsinki Chamber Choir

Mannerheimintie 13a, 00100 Helsinki
Musiikkitalo - Helsinki Music Centre

Klang: There are no longer binary machines - Helsinki Chamber Choir

Klang: There are no longer binary machines - Helsinki Chamber Choir

In performances at the NeoArte Festival in Gdańsk and the Klang concert series at the Helsinki Music Centre, the Helsinki Chamber Choir and NeoQuartet will explore a world in which long-accepted truths can no longer be trusted. 

From the spiritual music of Ukrainian-born Galina Grigorjeva and Julia Wolfe's post-minimalist exhortation not to bear false witness through the nightmarish visions of Beat Furrer's enigma III, they arrive at Komm, a work by the young Hungarian composer Balázs Kecskés D. exploring new and constantly shifting worldviews and the looming sense of crisis that these can create. 

Olli Moilanen's new work examines humans' symbiotic relationship with nature and conjures up ways in which they can connect more fundamentally with the environment. 

Musiikkitalo / Helsinki Music Centre, Paavo-sali Hall

2.11.2022 at 19.00

Tickets 10-20€ from Ticketmaster, duration 1,5 h

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